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IDEA: : an infrastructure for detection-based adaptive consistency control in replicated services

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IDEA: : an infrastructure for detection-based adaptive consistency control in replicated services
In Internet-scale distributed systems, replicationbased scheme has been widely deployed to increase the availability and efficiency of services. Hence, consistency maintenance among replicas becomes an important research issue because poor consistency results in poor QoS or even monetary loss. Recent research in this area focuses on enforcing a certain consistency level, instead of perfect consistency, to strike a balance between consistency guarantee and system’s scalability. In this paper, we argue that, besides balancing consistency and scalability, it is equally, if not more, important to achieve adaptability of consistency maintenance. I.e., the system adjusts its consistency level on the fly to suit applications’ ongoing need. This paper then presents the design, implementation, and evaluation of IDEA (an Infrastructure for DEtectionbased Adaptive consistency control), which adaptively controls consistency in replicated services by utilizing an inconsistency detection framew...
Yijun Lu, Ying Lu, Hong Jiang
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where HPDC
Authors Yijun Lu, Ying Lu, Hong Jiang
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