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The Part-Time Parliament,ACM Transactions on Computer Systems,Leslie Lamport,Keith Marzullo

The Part-Time Parliament   (Citations: 382)
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    • ...Keyspace is a key-value store that uses BerkeleyDB [23] for storage and Paxos [24] for ordering and reaching agreement between requests from multiple nodes for a single data value...

    Hrishikesh Dewanet al. A Survey of Cloud Storage Facilities

    • ...The State Machine Replication (SMR) approach [14, 25] provides a fault tolerant emulation of arbitrary data types by forming agreement on a sequence of operations applied to the data...
    • ...Paxos [14] implements SMR, and allows one to dynamically reconfigure the system by keeping the configuration itself as part of the state stored by the state machine...

    Marcos Kawazoe Aguileraet al. Dynamic atomic storage without consensus

    • ...Similarly, Chubby [5], which uses the expensive Paxos consensus protocol [14], forms the core of scalable data management systems such as Google File System [11] and Bigtable [7]...
    • ...For this purpose, we choose a system design similar to that of the Chubby locking service [5] that uses the Paxos consensus algorithm [14] for replica consistency [6]...
    • ...Note that the presence of Paxos [14] in the core makes write accesses to the MMM costly...

    Sudipto Daset al. ElasTraS: An Elastic Transactional Data Store in the Cloud

    • ...Traditional protocols for s tate machine replication such as the well known Classic Paxos (CP) [17] and the more recent Fast Paxos (FP) [19] were designed for generic distributed system models and do not always project their key properties in WAN settings...
    • ...In his seminal Paxos paper [17], Lamport describes how to build a replicated state machine from consensus...

    Dan Dobreet al. HP: Hybrid Paxos for WANs

    • ...Consensus can be implemented using a version of the Paxos algorithm [38]...
    • ...It was further developed in the context of Paxos [38,55], and has since become, perhaps, the standard technique for implementing fault-tolerance distributed services...
    • ...For example, Paxos [38], which is today one of the most common implementations of distributed consensus, makes progress only when all participants agree on a single (correct) leader...
    • ...For this purpose they use the Paxos algorithm [38] as the starting point, and the RAMBO garbage-collection protocol...

    Seth Gilbertet al. Rambo: a robust, reconfigurable atomic memory service for dynamic netw...

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