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2013 IEEE 33rd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops (2007)
Toronto, Canada
June 22, 2007 to June 29, 2007
ISSN: 1545-0678
ISBN: 0-7695-2838-4
pp: 62
Krzystof Ostrowski , Cornell University, Ithaca; INRIA/IRISA and IRISA/INSA, Rennes; Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Anne-Marie Kermarrec , Cornell University, Ithaca; INRIA/IRISA and IRISA/INSA, Rennes; Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Danny Dolev , Cornell University, Ithaca; INRIA/IRISA and IRISA/INSA, Rennes; Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Marin Bertier , Cornell University, Ithaca; INRIA/IRISA and IRISA/INSA, Rennes; Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Robbert Van Renesse , Cornell University, Ithaca; INRIA/IRISA and IRISA/INSA, Rennes; Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Ken Birman , Cornell University, Ithaca; INRIA/IRISA and IRISA/INSA, Rennes; Hebrew University, Jerusalem
ABSTRACT
Challenges of scale have limited the development of event notification systems with strong properties, despite the urgent demand for consistency, reliability, security, and other guarantees in applications developed for sensitive tasks in large enterprises. These issues are the focus of Quicksilver, a new multicast platform targeted to largescale deployments. An initial version of the system can support large numbers of overlapping multicast groups, high data rates and groups with large numbers of members. However, Quicksilver still requires manual help when discovering the system configuration and can?t easily enforce certain types of application monitoring and integrity constraints. In this paper, we propose to extend Quicksilver by introducing gossip mechanisms, yielding a self-managed event notification platform. The two technologies are presented through a single interface and appear to end users as live distributed objects, side-byside with other kinds of typed components.
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CITATION
Krzystof Ostrowski, Anne-Marie Kermarrec, Danny Dolev, Marin Bertier, Robbert Van Renesse, Ken Birman, "Exploiting Gossip for Self-Management in Scalable Event Notification Systems", 2013 IEEE 33rd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops, vol. 00, no. , pp. 62, 2007, doi:10.1109/ICDCSW.2007.36
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