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Migration in the Stencil Pluralist Cloud Architecture

@article{Liu2021MigrationIT,
  title={Migration in the Stencil Pluralist Cloud Architecture},
  author={Tai-Ting Liu and Zain Tariq and Barath Raghavan and Jay Chen},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2102.03964}
}
A debate in the research community has buzzed in the background for years: should large-scale Internet services be centralized or decentralized? Now-common centralized cloud and web services have downsides—user lock-in and loss of privacy and data control—that are increasingly apparent. However, their decentralized counterparts have struggled to gain adoption, suffer from their own problems of scalability and trust, and eventually may result in the exact same lock-in they intended to prevent… 

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