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Lecture 5 - Models of distributed Fault-Tolerance

  • Centralized vs. decentralized distributed System (5.4)
  • Strategies for Distribution (5.7)
    • For availability and performance
    • For modularity
    • For decentralization
    • For security
  • Timing semantics
    • Asynchronous models (5.8)
    • Synchronous models (5.10)
  • Classes of distributed activities (5.12)
    • Coordination (5.12)
      • Splitting
      • Dispatching
      • Diffusion
      • Execution
      • Consolidation
    • Sharing (5.15)
    • Replication (5.16)
      • Active replication (5.18)
      • Semi-active replication (5.19)
      • Passive replication (5.20)
    • Combinations (5.17)
  • Replication management with paritions (5.21)
    • Static voting (5.22)
    • Weighted voting (quorums) (5.23)
  • Message bus (5.28)
    • Resilence (5.29)
    • Subscription (5.29)
    • Push (5.30)
    • Pull (5.30)

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