Reliable data-center scale computations

@inproceedings{Bhatotia2010ReliableDS,
  title={Reliable data-center scale computations},
  author={Pramod Bhatotia and Alexander Wieder and Rodrigo Rodrigues and Flavio Paiva Junqueira and Benjamin Reed},
  booktitle={LADIS '10},
  year={2010}
}
Neither of the two broad classes of fault models considered by traditional fault tolerance techniques --- crash and Byzantine faults --- suit the environment of systems that run in today's data centers. On the one hand, assuming Byzantine faults is considered overkill due to the assumption of a worst-case adversarial behavior, and the use of other techniques to guard against malicious attacks. On the other hand, the crash fault model is insufficient since it does not capture non-crash faults… CONTINUE READING

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