Separating the WHEAT from the Chaff: An Empirical Design for Geo-Replicated State Machines


State machine replication is a fundamental technique for implementing consistent fault-tolerant services. In the last years, several protocols have been proposed for improving the latency of this technique when the replicas are deployed in geographically-dispersed locations. In this work we evaluate some representative optimizations proposed in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/SRDS.2015.40


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