A scalable distributed information management system

@inproceedings{Yalagandula2004ASD,
  title={A scalable distributed information management system},
  author={Praveen Yalagandula and Michael Dahlin},
  booktitle={SIGCOMM},
  year={2004}
}
We present a Scalable Distributed Information Management System (SDIMS) that aggregates information about large-scale networked systems and that can serve as a basic building block for a broad range of large-scale distributed applications by providing detailed views of nearby information and summary views of global information. To serve as a basic building block, a SDIMS should have four properties: scalability to many nodes and attributes, flexibility to accommodate a broad range of… CONTINUE READING
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