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Francis Y. Yan, Hudson Ayers, Chenzhi Zhu, Sadjad Fouladi, James Hong, Keyi Zhang,Philip Levis,Keith Winstein
NSDI, pp.495-511, (2020)
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Chang Lou, Peng Huang, Scott Smith
NSDI, pp.559-574, (2020)
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Charles J. Carver, Zhao Tian, Hongyong Zhang, Kofi M. Odame, Alberto Quattrini Li,Xia Zhou
NSDI, pp.373-388, (2020)
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Log in, (2019)
We describe the design and implementation of a highperformance remote procedure call library for datacenter networks
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Communications of the ACM, no. 11 (2014): 113-121
We evaluated our tool on stateless and two simple stateful Click dataplanes; we were able to perform complete and sound verification of these pipelines within tens of minutes, whereas a state-of-the-art general-purpose tool failed to complete the same task within several hours
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NSDI, pp.399-412, (2013)
The data center network is increasingly a cost, reliability and performance bottleneck for cloud computing. Although multi-tree topologies can provide scalable bandwidth and traditional routing algorithms can provide eventual fault tolerance, we argue that recovery speed can be d...
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NSDI, pp.529-546, (2013)
Web browsers ostensibly provide strong isolation for the client-side components of web applications. Unfortunately, this isolation is weak in practice; as browsers add increasingly rich APIs to please developers, these complex interfaces bloat the trusted computing base and erode...
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NSDI, (2012)
Resilient Distributed Datasets can express a wide range of parallel applications, including many specialized programming models that have been proposed for iterative computation, and new applications that these models do not capture
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NSDI, pp.8-8, (2011)
Multipath TCP, as proposed by the IETF working group mptcp, allows a single data stream to be split across multiple paths. This has obvious benefits for reliability, and it can also lead to more efficient use of networked resources. We describe the design of a multipath congestio...
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NSDI, pp.2-2, (2011)
As one of the fundamental infrastructures for cloud computing, data center networks (DCN) have recently been studied extensively. We currently use pure software-based systems, FPGA based platforms, e.g., NetFPGA, or OpenFlow switches, to implement and evaluate various DCN designs...
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Networked Systems Design and Implementation, pp.219-234, (2010)
Traceroute is the most widely used Internet diagnostic tool today. Network operators use it to help identify routing fail- ures, pathinflation, androutermisconfigurations. Researchers use it to map the Internet, predict performance, geolocate routers, and classify the performance...
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NSDI, pp.1-14, (2009)
trusted incrementer was inspired by the seminal work of A2M, which introduced the idea of a trusted log for improving system security
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NSDI'08 Proceedings of the 5th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation, pp.161-174, (2008)
Allowing applications to survive hardware failure is an expensive undertaking, which generally involves reengineering software to include complicated recovery logic as well as deploying special-purpose hardware; this represents a severe barrier to improving the dependability of l...
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NSDI, (2008)
Remus is a novel system for retrofitting high availability onto existing software running on commodity hardware
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