Silo: Predictable Message Completion Time in the Cloud

@inproceedings{Jang2013SiloPM,
  title={Silo: Predictable Message Completion Time in the Cloud},
  author={Keon Jang and Justine Sherry and Hitesh Ballani and Toby Moncaster},
  year={2013}
}
Many cloud applications need predictable completion of application tasks. To achieve this, they require predictable completion time for network messages. We identify three key requirements for such predictability: guaranteed network bandwidth, guaranteed per-packet delay and guaranteed burst allowance. We present Silo, a network architecture for public cloud datacenters that offers these guarantees. Silo leverages the fact that guaranteed bandwidth and delay are tightly coupled: controlling… CONTINUE READING

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