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FS2You: Peer-Assisted Semi-Persistent Online Storage at a Large Scale

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FS2You: Peer-Assisted Semi-Persistent Online Storage at a Large Scale
—It has been widely acknowledged that online storage systems within the “cloud” of the Internet provide services of a substantial value to end users who wish to share files of any sizes within a group. Such online storage services are typically provided by dedicated servers, either in content distribution networks (CDNs) or large data centers. Server bandwidth costs, however, are prohibitive in these cases, especially when serving large volumes of files to a large number of users. Though it seems intuitive to take advantage of peer upload bandwidth to mitigate such server bandwidth costs in a complementary fashion, it is not trivial to design and fine-tune important aspects of such peerassisted online storage in a real-world large-scale deployment. This paper presents FS2You, a large-scale and real-world online storage system with peer assistance and semi-persistent file availability, in order to dramatically mitigate server bandwidth costs. In this paper, we show a number of...
Ye Sun, Fangming Liu, Bo Li, Baochun Li, Xinyan Zh
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where INFOCOM
Authors Ye Sun, Fangming Liu, Bo Li, Baochun Li, Xinyan Zhang
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