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Does The Cloud Need Stabilizing?

by   Murat Demirbas, et al.
University at Buffalo

The last decade has witnessed rapid proliferation of cloud computing. While even the smallest distributed programs (with 3-5 actions) produce many unanticipated error cases due to concurrency involved, it seems short of a miracle these web-services are able to operate at those vast scales. In this paper, we explore the factors that contribute most to the high-availability of cloud computing services and examine where self-stabilization could fit in that picture.


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