Tagged with: Distributed Systems


Consensus mechanisms for ensuring consistency are some of the most expensive operations in managing large amounts of data. Often, there is a trade off that involves reducing the coordination overhead at the price of accepting possible data loss or inconsistencies. As the demand for more efficient data centers increases, it is important to provide better ways of ensuring consistency without …
Supervisors: Zsolt István
Semester: Spring 2021
Tags: Benchmarking, Distributed Systems