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Autonomous storage management for low-end computing environments
To make storage management transparent to users, enterprises rely on expensive storage infrastructure, such as high end storage appliances, tape robots, and offsite storage facilities, maintained by full-time professional ...
Online social networks: Measurement, analysis, and applications to distributed information systems
Recently, online social networking sites have exploded in popularity. Numerous sites are dedicated to finding and maintaining contacts and to locating and sharing different types of content. Online social networks represent ...
Exploring the design space of cooperative streaming multicast
Video streaming over the Internet is rapidly rising in popularity, but the availability and quality of video content is currently limited by the high bandwidth costs and infrastructure needs of server-based solutions. ...
Understanding, evaluating, and improving the availability of BFT protocols
We live in an increasingly digital world where many critical services such as healthcare, financial services, and transportation are accessed over the Internet. These services must run correctly and continuously despite ...
Accountability for distributed systems
Nodes in a distributed system can fail for many reasons, such as bugs, misconfigurations, hardware failures, intrusions, or insider attacks. Once a node has become faulty, its behavior can change arbitrarily. In benign ...