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Evaluating a Dependable Sharable Atomic Data Service on a Planetary-Scale Network

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Evaluating a Dependable Sharable Atomic Data Service on a Planetary-Scale Network
Abstract. Practical implementations of atomically consistent read/write memory service are important building blocks for higher level applications. This is especially true when data accessibility and survivability are provided by a distributed platform consisting of networked nodes, where both nodes and connections are subject to failure. This work presents an experimental evaluation of the practicality of an atomic memory service implementation, called RAMBO, which is the first to support multiple reader, multiple writer access to the atomic data with an integrated reconfiguration protocol to replace the underlying set of replicas without any interruption of the ongoing operations. Theoretical guarantees of this service are well understood; however, only rudimentary analytical performance along with limited LAN testing were performed on the implementation of RAMBO – neither representing any realistic deployment setting. In order to assess true practicality of the RAM BO service, we ...
Chryssis Georgiou, Nikolas Hadjiprocopiou, Peter M
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICA3PP
Authors Chryssis Georgiou, Nikolas Hadjiprocopiou, Peter M. Musial
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