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Datacenter networks have been designed to tolerate failures of network equipment and provide sufficient bandwidth. In practice, however, failures and maintenance of networking and power equipment often make tens to thousands of servers unavailable, and network congestion can increase service latency. Unfortunately, there exists an inherent tradeoff between achieving high fault tolerance and reducing bandwidth usage in network core; spreading servers across fault domains improves faultdoi:10.1145/2342356.2342439 dblp:conf/sigcomm/BodikMCMMS12 fatcat:gth4y6bvczhqpinassz346wlpu