The persistent relevance of the local operating system to global applications

@inproceedings{Lepreau1996ThePR,
  title={The persistent relevance of the local operating system to global applications},
  author={J. Lepreau and B. Ford and M. Hibler},
  booktitle={EW 7},
  year={1996}
}
  • J. Lepreau, B. Ford, M. Hibler
  • Published in EW 7 1996
  • Computer Science
  • The growth and popularity of loosely-coupled distributed systems such as the World Wide Web and the touting of Java-based systems as the solution to the issues of software maintenance, flexibility, and security are changing the research emphasis away from traditional single node operating system issues. Apparently, the view is that traditional OS issues are either solved problems or minor problems. By contrast, we believe that building such vast distributed systems upon the fragile… CONTINUE READING
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