Designing a New Class of Distributed Systems (Google eBook)
Designing a New Class of Distributed Systems closely examines the Distributed Intelligent Managed Element (DIME) Computing Model, a new model for distributed systems, and provides a guide to implementing Distributed Managed Workflows with High Reliability, Availability, Performance and Security. The book also explores the viability of self-optimizing, self-monitoring autonomous DIME-based computing systems. Designing a New Class of Distributed Systems is designed for practitioners as a reference guide for innovative distributed systems design. Researchers working in a related field will also find this book valuable.
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1 An Introduction to the Design of a New Class of Distributed Systems
2 Understanding Distributed Systems and Their Management
3 Distributed Intelligent Managed Element DIME Network Architecture Implementing a Nonvon Neumann Computing Model
4 Designing Distributed Services Creation Service Delivery and Service Assurance with the Architectural Resilience of Cellular Organisms
5 Dime Network Architecture Future Research Directions and Conclusion
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allows applications architectural resiliency auto-scaling bandwidth business priorities cellular organisms Class of Distributed cloud computing collaboration communication components computational workflows computing element configuration connection coordination dial-tone DIME computing model DIME network architecture directed acyclic graph distributed computing distributed systems distributed transaction efficiency and scaling encapsulate end-to-end transaction fault management FCAPS management fluctuations and latency gene grid and cloud implement latency constraints Linux management systems management workflow many-core processors many-core servers MICE Mikkilineni monitoring and control multi-core multiple native operating system network and storage network effect network level Neumann computing model node level number of cores operating system orchestrator Parallax parallel signaling performance and security replication requirements research brief resiliency of cellular resource management scalable self-repair service execution service management service regulation service workflow signaling channel stored program control system-wide tasks TCP/IP technologies Turing machine virtual server von Neumann architecture WETICE worker DIME workload fluctuations