BubbleStorm: replication, updates, and consistency in rendezvous information systems

@inproceedings{Leng2012BubbleStormRU,
  title={BubbleStorm: replication, updates, and consistency in rendezvous information systems},
  author={Christof Leng},
  year={2012}
}
As distributed systems are getting more and more complex, search facilities for finding services and data within the system become crucial. Users expect search engines to deal with complex query languages like keyword search, SQL, or XPath. At the same time, application developers cannot be expected to come up with distributed versions of those query languages from scratch. Rendezvous search systems are a very scalable solution to this problem. By separating the query processing from the… CONTINUE READING

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