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Proceedings of the 14th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Storage and File Systems
Existing cloud computing (or serverless) architectures provide convenient abstractions for application developers, but exhibit high latencies and do not support strong consistency guarantees. These limitations stem not only from the overheads due to virtualization, but also because storage and compute layers are disaggregated. We introduce LambdaObjects; a new abstraction for serverless systems where data and compute are co-located. Data is encapsulated into objects, each associated with a setdoi:10.1145/3538643.3539751 fatcat:lvbweual7jfhdiwjl2w2nwfmxe