Tailwind: Fast and Atomic RDMA-based Replication
USENIX Annual Technical Conference, pp. 851-863, 2018.
Replication is essential for fault-tolerance, but it is also a source of high overhead. Some recent in-memory systems use remote direct memory accesses (RDMA) to create redundant copies of data in remote memory. RDMA is attractive, since it is low-latency, high-throughput, and has no CPU overhead at the target. However, even with RDMA, no...More
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