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A P2P-Based Architecture for Secure Software Delivery Using Volunteer Assistance

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A P2P-Based Architecture for Secure Software Delivery Using Volunteer Assistance
We present a content delivery infrastructure distributing and maintaining software packages in a large organization. Our work based on a trace-based analysis of an existing software delivery system that we conducted to find general principles and properties that could be used to devise a better solution. Our design combines a conventional server with volunteer nodes that expand its scalability. We rely on Peer-toPeer technology to speed up content synchronization among the volunteer nodes while maintaining a conventional client/server interface for the service customers. Finally our system includes a novel load balancing mechanism that considers both the synchronization workload and the customer-generated workload of the volunteer nodes. Our simulation results indicate that the feedback information currently available at the server/tracker of the P2P system offers enough information to ensure a fair load distribution among the peers.
Purvi Shah, Jehan-François Pâris, Jef
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where P2P
Authors Purvi Shah, Jehan-François Pâris, Jeff Morgan, John Schettino, Chandrasekar Venkatraman
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