Faculty Candidate Seminar|
Stronger Consistency and Semantics for Geo-Replicated Storage
Thursday, April 25, 2013|
4:00pm - 5:00pm
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About the Event
Geo-replicated storage systems provide the backend for massive-scale
websites such as Google and Facebook. These storage systems seek to
provide an always-on experience where every operation completes
quickly because of a widely demonstrated link between page load times,
user engagement, and revenue. We term systems that provide an
always-on experience and can handle data at the required scale "ALPS"
systems because they provide four key properties: Availability, Low
latency, Partition tolerance, and Scalability.
Wyatt Lloyd is a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at Princeton University. His research interests include the distributed systems and networking problems that underlie the architecture of large-scale websites, cloud computing, and big data. He received his masters degree in Computer Science from Princeton University, and a bachelors degree in Computer Science from Penn State University.
Contact: Cindy Estell
Open to: Public