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Pre-requisites: What is a Distributed System? In distributed systems, to achieve a common goal, it is required that sites reach a mutual agreement. In an… Read More
Pre-requisites: What is a Distributed System? A consistency model is a set of rules that govern the behavior of a distributed system. It establishes the… Read More
Pre-requisites: Distributed shared memory Distributed shared memory (DSM) is a key technology for achieving high performance in parallel computing. The main goal of DSM is… Read More
Pre-requisites: Network Protocols  A protocol is a set of rules or procedures that need to be followed on every request. The data store is a… Read More
Distributed Priority Scheduling is a technique that piggybacks the priority tag of a node’s head of Line packet onto handshake and data packets. By monitoring… Read More
Causal ordering of messages is one of the four semantics of multicast communication namely unordered, totally ordered, causal, and sync-ordered communication. Multicast communication methods vary… Read More
Pre-requisites: What is DFS (Distributed File System)? A distributed file system is a type of computer system that allows users to store and access data… Read More
Google Inc. developed the Google File System (GFS), a scalable distributed file system (DFS), to meet the company’s growing data processing needs. GFS offers fault… Read More
A virtual resource, such as a server, desktop, operating system, file, storage, or network, is created through the process of virtualization. Virtualization’s main objective is… Read More
Pre-requisites: Distributed System Recovery from an error is essential to fault tolerance, and error is a component of a system that could result in failure.… Read More
Schiper Eggli Sandoz Protocol is used to maintain the casual ordering of the messages i.e. the message which is sent first should be received first.… Read More
The centralized architecture is defined as every node being connected to a central coordination system, and whatever information they desire to exchange will be shared… Read More
The PACELC Theorem is an extension of the CAP Theorem. One of the questions that CAP Theorem wasn’t able to answer was “what happens when… Read More
Distributed System is a collection of autonomous computer systems that are physically separated but are connected by a centralized computer network that is equipped with… Read More
In this article, we will see the history of distributed computing systems from the mainframe era to the current day to the best of my… Read More

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