Remus: High Availability via Asynchronous Virtual Machine Replication. (Best Paper)

  title={Remus: High Availability via Asynchronous Virtual Machine Replication. (Best Paper)},
  author={Brendan Cully and Geoffrey Lefebvre and Dutch T. Meyer and Michael J. Feeley and Norman C. Hutchinson and Andrew Warfield},
Allowing applications to survive hardware failure is an expensive undertaking, which generally involves reengineering software to include complicated recovery logic as well as deploying special-purpose hardware; this represents a severe barrier to improving the dependability of large or legacy applications. We describe the construction of a general and transparent high availability service that allows existing, unmodifiedsoftware to be protected from the failure of the physical machine on which… CONTINUE READING
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