There is more consensus in Egalitarian parliaments

@inproceedings{Moraru2013ThereIM,
  title={There is more consensus in Egalitarian parliaments},
  author={Iulian Moraru and David G. Andersen and Michael Kaminsky},
  booktitle={SOSP},
  year={2013}
}
This paper describes the design and implementation of Egalitarian Paxos (EPaxos), a new distributed consensus algorithm based on Paxos. EPaxos achieves three goals: (1) optimal commit latency in the wide-area when tolerating one and two failures, under realistic conditions; (2) uniform load balancing across all replicas (thus achieving high throughput); and (3) graceful performance degradation when replicas are slow or crash. Egalitarian Paxos is to our knowledge the first protocol to achieve… CONTINUE READING
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