Beernet : A Relaxed Approach to the Design of Scalable Systems with Self-Managing Behaviour and Transactional Robust Storage

@inproceedings{Candia2010BeernetA,
  title={Beernet : A Relaxed Approach to the Design of Scalable Systems with Self-Managing Behaviour and Transactional Robust Storage},
  author={Boris Mej{\'i}as Candia},
  year={2010}
}
  • Boris Mejías Candia
  • Published 2010
Distributed systems are becoming larger, more dynamic, more complex and therefore, di cult to manage. Imposing strict requirements on the underlying distributed system becomes counterproductive and inconvenient, specially when those requirements are hard to meet. This work is about relaxing conditions and requirements to cope with the inherent concurrency and asynchrony of distributed systems, without sacri cing functionality. We develop through this dissertation the idea of relaxing conditions… CONTINUE READING

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