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Reliable Computing Service in Massive-Scale Systems through Rapid Low-Cost Failover

Renyu Yang, Yang Zhang, Peter Garraghan, Yihui Feng, Jin Ouyang, Jie Xu, Zhuo Zhang, Chao Li
2017 IEEE Transactions on Services Computing  
This paper addresses these limitations by presenting a new approach to user-transparent failover for massive-scale systems.  ...  Providers face pressure to provision uninterrupted reliable services while reducing operational costs due to significant software and hardware failures.  ...  We would also like to extend our sincere thanks to the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and help in improving this paper. This work is supported by China 973 Program  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsc.2016.2544313 fatcat:ppxfp4hq6fd7zoyf5sfdhgry2i

Components of disaster-tolerant computing: analysis of disaster recovery, IT application downtime and executive visibility

Chad M. Lawler, Michael A. Harper, Stephen A. Szygenda, Mitchell A. Thornton
2008 International Journal of Business Information Systems  
While content specific approaches currently undertaken to understand and avoid cascading failures in systems are extant, opportunities exist to extend this complex systems independence analysis to the  ...  The risks of IT application downtime attributable to the increasing dependence on critical information technology operating in interdependent, interacting complex infrastructure systems is reviewed.  ...  Failover processes are unable to scale in disaster situations where rapid, almost simultaneous, multiple points of failure escalate into system wide catastrophic failures.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbis.2008.017288 fatcat:f3hurzzr5jhxrnejl5ti55kg5u

Computing at Massive Scale: Scalability and Dependability Challenges

Renyu Yang, Jie Xu
2016 2016 IEEE Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE)  
We first introduce a data-driven analysis methodology for characterizing the resource and workload patterns and tracing performance bottlenecks in a massive-scale distributed computing environment.  ...  Large-scale Cloud systems and big data analytics frameworks are now widely used for practical services and applications.  ...  The work in this paper has been supported in part by the National Basic Research Program of China  ... 
doi:10.1109/sose.2016.73 dblp:conf/sose/YangX16 fatcat:bsbdpnfzpnf5jbl2d3hobd7adu

Techniques for Disaster Tolerant Information Technology Systems

Chad M. Lawler, Stephen A. Szygenda, Mitchell A. Thornton
2007 2007 1st Annual IEEE Systems Conference  
While content specific approaches currently undertaken to understand and avoid cascading failures in systems are extant, opportunities exist to extend this complex systems independence analysis to the  ...  The risks of IT application downtime attributable to the increasing dependence on critical information technology operating in interdependent, interacting complex infrastructure systems is reviewed.  ...  Failover processes are unable to scale in disaster situations where rapid, almost simultaneous, multiple points of failure escalate into system wide catastrophic failures.  ... 
doi:10.1109/systems.2007.374693 fatcat:fvqvob6unbfa5jopu76a5sllsy

The Distributed Computing Paradigms: P2P, Grid, Cluster, Cloud, and Jungle [article]

Dr. Brijender Kahanwal, Dr. T. P. Singh
2013 arXiv   pre-print
In it the society manages information and information services. Historically, the state of computing has gone through a series of platform and environmental changes.  ...  The distributed computing is done on many systems to solve a large scale problem.  ...  Reliability encompasses some factors like no data loss, secure system, and fault tolerant systems. Performance should be high. Scalability should scale indefinitely.  ... 
arXiv:1311.3070v1 fatcat:cefsmqqe3nbhzexgvqrvb4tiyy

Cloud-Based Architectures for Auto-Scalable Web Geoportals towards the Cloudification of the GeoVITe Swiss Academic Geoportal

2017 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Cloud computing has redefined the way in which Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) and Web geoportals are designed, managed, and maintained.  ...  ETH Zurich covered the costs to publish in open access. The authors are grateful to Magnus Heitzler, Nadia H.  ...  progress towards the cloudification of GeoVITe to the scientific community through journal publications; Cristina M.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi6070192 fatcat:x7tsgt6zlrhznnzfaaxtsw233u

Research on cloud storage architecture and key technologies

Wenying Zeng, Yuelong Zhao, Kairi Ou, Wei Song
2009 Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Interaction Sciences Information Technology, Culture and Human - ICIS '09  
Cloud storage is a novel storage service mode which the service providers supply storage capacities and data storage services through the Internet to the clients; meanwhile, the clients needn't know the  ...  So an overall and new viewpoint to cloud storage system is illustrated.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work is supported in part by the National Natural Science  ... 
doi:10.1145/1655925.1656114 dblp:conf/interaction/ZengZOS09 fatcat:qvip5fkta5fozfttupncxlgkw4

Network Function Virtualization over Cloud-Cloud Computing as Business Continuity Solution [chapter]

Wagdy Anis Aziz, Eduard Babulak, David Al-Dabass
2021 E-Service [Working Title]  
Cloud computing provides resources by using virtualization technology and a pay-as-you-go cost model.  ...  Providing highly available services in cloud computing is essential for maintaining customer confidence and satisfaction and preventing revenue losses.  ...  The different deployment models present a number of tradeoffs in terms of control, scale, cost, and availability of resources.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.97369 fatcat:bhqkqjasivefbjtapuoigaykia

On the Next Generations of Infrastructure-as-a-Services

Dana Petcu, Maria Fazio, Radu Prodan, Zhiming Zhao, Massimiliano Rak
2016 Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science  
Abstract: Following the wide adoption by industry of the cloud computing technologies, we can talk about a second generation of cloud services and products that are currently under design phase.  ...  The results are interpreted in this paper and a set of topics of interest for the third generation are identified.  ...  Warehouse-scale Computing. Low-power processors will be able to treat many workloads to support massively federated and scalable software architecture.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005912503200326 dblp:conf/closer/PetcuFPZR16 fatcat:nnyyrzyta5hxzcyff4qpiccqua

Frisbee: automated testing of Cloud-native applications in Kubernetes [article]

Fotis Nikolaidis, Antony Chazapis, Manolis Marazakis, Angelos Bilas
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We evaluate Frisbee through a series of tests, to demonstrate its role in designing, and evaluating cloud-native applications; Frisbee helps in testing uncertainties at the level of application (e.g.,  ...  Given a template describing the system under test and a workflow describing the experiment, Frisbee automatically interfaces with Kubernetes to deploy the necessary software in containers, launch needed  ...  Among them is the possibility of performing massive combinatorial testing or evaluating attributes such as scalability, elasticity, and reliability by scaling up and down resources ondemand [17] .  ... 
arXiv:2109.10727v1 fatcat:g7htyc5l5rew5htd6qn3qipyoe

Exascale computing and big data

Daniel A. Reed, Jack Dongarra
2015 Communications of the ACM  
Today, exascale computing systems cannot be produced in an affordable and reliable way or be subject to realistic engineering constraints on capital and operating costs, usability, and reliability.  ...  In each case, national and international investment in "extreme scale" systems will be necessary to analyze the massive volumes of data that are now commonplace in science and engineering.  ...  The global information technology ecosystem is in flux, with the transition to a new generation of low-power mobile devices, cloud services, and rich data analytics; and Private and global research.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2699414 fatcat:d3lyhp4hyveefoq4y3ganonqiu

Practical Adoption of Cloud Computing in Power Systems- Drivers, Challenges, Guidance, and Real-world Use Cases [article]

Song Zhang, Amritanshu Pandey, Xiaochuan Luo, Maggy Powell, Ranjan Banerji, Lei Fan, Abhineet Parchure, Edgardo Luzcando
2022 arXiv   pre-print
with secure, reliable and cost-effective adoption of cloud technology to meet various business needs.  ...  Motivated by The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) recent direction and ever-growing interest in cloud adoption by power utilities, a Task Force was established to assist power system practitioners  ...  Through the cloud, power system engineers can perform largescale simulations more cost-effectively by easily scaling out the resources to meet their computing needs.  ... 
arXiv:2108.00303v5 fatcat:sr7n5gelfbcgdcm2l56c5ahcza

The impact of transmission technologies on the evolution of the electrical grid

Luis Hernández-Callejo, Amaia Arrinda, David De la Vega, Igor Fernández, Itziar Angulo
2019 Revista Facultad de Ingeniería  
involved in the power generation-transmission-distribution system.  ...  In summary, the paper shows the parallel evolution of the communication technologies and the electrical grid, as a basic aspect for the development of new functionalities and services for all the agents  ...  This work has been financially supported in part by the Basque Government (Elkartek program).  ... 
doi:10.17533/udea.redin.20190515 fatcat:kmbc4royfrchvj2ggetinfrsdy

Comparative Study of Big Data Computing and Storage Tools: A Review

Bakshi Rohit Prasad, Sonali Agarwal
2016 International Journal of Database Theory and Application  
As a result of tremendous rise in internet usage like social media and forums, mail systems, scholarly and research articles, daily online transactions from multiple sources like health care systems, meteorological  ...  This paper reviews recent trends of storage and computing tools with their relative capabilities, limitations and environment they are suitable to work with.  ...  Up to 90% computing cost is saved [29] spent on ETL services.  Security: It offers Kerberos authentication support. Role based authorization is also supported in Cloudera Enterprise RTQ. ii.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijdta.2016.9.1.05 fatcat:xrhakmtvefcdzpqvakjhiro7em

Private Cloud Storage in Big Data

Hasnain Nawaz, Tariq Rahim
2016 International Journal of Computer Applications  
This paper highlights the problems of Big Data and it explores the study of Big Data processing and security with fast emerging technology of cloud computing that is its private cloud storage.  ...  During standard operation the system stays in Replication Mode and involves only a single low cost VM to act as the DR server that handles the state of synchronization.  ...  This had accomplished he economies of scale, which is lower costs and charging on what service one had selected. This standardization makes it a flexible choice for computing needs [5] .  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2016909756 fatcat:oh77s3wyabhzdfs6htlrcfgcfq
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