Gokhan Calis

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In large scale distributed storage systems (DSS) deployed in cloud computing, correlated failures resulting in simultaneous failure (or, unavailability) of blocks of nodes are common. In such scenarios, the stored data or a content of a failed node can only be reconstructed from the available live nodes belonging to the available blocks. To analyze the(More)
In large scale distributed storage systems (DSS) deployed in cloud computing, correlated failures resulting in simultaneous failure (or, unavailability) of blocks of nodes are common. In such scenarios, the stored data or a content of a failed node can only be reconstructed from the available live nodes belonging to available blocks. To analyze the(More)
We study the scenario of hybrid cloud storage where the client utilizes both an off-site and a local storage. The former is a distributed storage system (DSS) with the presence of an eavesdropper that has access to the content stored in and downloaded to some subset of nodes. The latter (local) storage is utilized to store a secret key to secure the stored(More)
We study the data reliability problem for a community of devices forming a mobile cloud storage system. We consider the application of regenerating codes for file maintenance within a geographically-limited area. Such codes require lower bandwidth to regenerate lost data fragments compared to file replication or reconstruction. We investigate(More)
We consider a hierarchical DSS where the content is stored with coding in storage nodes and without coding in a backup node. We analyze the system where mobile nodes request the content from the storage nodes. Backup node is assumed to be accessible by storage nodes only in the case where repairs are required. Under this scenario, we derive the upper bound(More)
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