System Support for Dynamic Layout of Distributed Applications

@inproceedings{Holder1999SystemSF,
  title={System Support for Dynamic Layout of Distributed Applications},
  author={Ophir Holder and Israel Ben-Shaul and Hovav Gazit},
  booktitle={ICDCS},
  year={1999}
}
Dynamic application layout is the capability to move the components of a distributed program among different hosts during the execution of the application. This capability is essential for large-scale applications since it allows t o adapt them to changes in resource availability, which are common in wide-area environments. The FarGo system introduces a model for programming the layout of distributed applicationsseparatelyfrom their basic logic, by attaching relocation semantics to inter… CONTINUE READING
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