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Proceedings of the Sixteenth European Conference on Computer Systems
Get/Put Key-Value Stores (KVSes) rely on replication protocols to enforce consistency and guarantee availability. Today's modern hardware, with manycore servers and RDMAcapable networks, challenges the conventional wisdom on protocol design. In this paper, we investigate the impact of modern hardware on the performance of strongly-consistent replication protocols. First, we create an informal taxonomy of replication protocols, based on which we carefully select 10 protocols for analysis.doi:10.1145/3447786.3456240 fatcat:wswdm5gavrcpdistrwrh4fy43e