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    • In Search of a Scalable Geo-Distributed Consensus Protocol 

      Duan, Qingnan (University of Waterloo, 2020-08-20)
      Byzantine fault tolerant consensus protocols are a crucial component in blockchain systems. Traditional BFT consensus protocols have poor scalability, and their performance is sensitive to the latency between their ...
    • On the Importance of Infrastructure-Awareness in Large-Scale Distributed Storage Systems 

      Rizvi, Syed Muhammad Sajjad (University of Waterloo, 2021-01-08)
      Big data applications put significant latency and throughput demands on distributed storage systems. Meeting these demands requires storage systems to use a significant amount of infrastructure resources, such as network ...
    • Reducing the Latency of Dependent Operations in Large-Scale Geo-Distributed Systems 

      Yan, Xinan (University of Waterloo, 2021-10-14)
      Many applications rely on large-scale distributed systems for data management and computation. These distributed systems are complex and built from different networked services. Dependencies between these services can ...
    • Sift: Achieving Resource-Efficient Consensus with RDMA 

      Kazhamiaka, Mikhail (University of Waterloo, 2019-04-30)
      Sift is a new consensus protocol for replicating state machines. It disaggregates CPU and memory consumption by creating a novel system architecture enabled by one-sided RDMA operations. We show that this system architecture ...
    • Towards A Workload-Driven Flow Scheduler For Modern Datacenters 

      Naouach, Mohamed Malek (University of Waterloo, 2018-10-05)
      Modern datacenters run different applications with various communication requirements in terms of bandwidth and deadlines. Of particular interest are deadlines that are driving web-search workloads e.g. when submitting ...


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