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Eventual Consistency: How soon is eventual? An Evaluation of Amazon S3's Consistency Guarantees




Published: 2011

Buchtitel: Proceedings of the 6th MW4SOC Workshop of the 12th International Middleware Conference 2011
Verlag: ACM

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Kurzfassung
Over the last few years, Cloud storage systems and so-called NoSQL datastores have found widespread adoption. In contrast to traditional databases, these storage systems typically sacrifice consistency in favor of latency and availability as mandated by the CAP theorem, so that they only guarantee eventual consistency. Existing approaches to benchmark these storage systems typically omit the consistency dimension or did not investigate eventuality of consistency guarantees. In this work we present a novel approach to benchmark staleness in distributed datastores and use the approach to evaluate Amazon's Simple Storage Service (S3). We report on our unexpected findings.

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Forschungsgruppe

Ökonomie und Technologie der eOrganisation


Forschungsgebiet

Quality Measurement and Benchmarking