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RCC: Resilient Concurrent Consensus for High-Throughput Secure Transaction Processing.

@article{Gupta2020RCCRC,
  title={RCC: Resilient Concurrent Consensus for High-Throughput Secure Transaction Processing.},
  author={S. Gupta and J. Hellings and Mohammad Sadoghi},
  journal={arXiv: Databases},
  year={2020}
}
  • S. Gupta, J. Hellings, Mohammad Sadoghi
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • arXiv: Databases
  • Recently, we saw the emergence of consensus-based database systems that promise resilience against failures, strong data provenance, and federated data management. Typically, these fully-replicated systems are operated on top of a primary-backup consensus protocol, which limits the throughput of these systems to the capabilities of a single replica (the primary). To push throughput beyond this single-replica limit, we propose concurrent consensus. In concurrent consensus, replicas independently… CONTINUE READING
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