[Planetlab-users] Re: recent papers
Emin Gun Sirer
egs+planetlab at cs.cornell.edu
Tue Jun 1 16:52:52 EDT 2004
To follow up on Larry's message about services & systems deployed
We have been working on a next-generation domain name service, built
around a peer-to-peer architecture, and deployed on PlanetLab. The
system is called CoDoNs and offers high lookup performance,
low-latency updates, and is robust against denial-of-service
attacks. It's backwards-compatible with legacy DNS, so it can serve as
a safety net in case DNS is attacked, as it was in November 2002.
The following papers describe the system in more detail:
Venugopalan Ramasubramanian and Emin Gun Sirer. CoDoNS: A Low Latency
and Failure-Resilient DNS based on Proactive Peer-to-Peer Caching.
To appear in SIGCOMM, August 2004.
Venugopalan Ramasubramanian and Emin Gun Sirer. Beehive: O(1) Lookup
Performance for Power-Law Query Distributions in Peer-to-Peer
Overlays. In Proceedings of Networked System Design and
Implementation, March 2004.
Venugopalan Ramasubramanian and Emin Gun Sirer. Proactive Caching for
Better than Single-Hop Lookup Performance. Cornell University,
Computer Science Department Tech Report TR2004-1931, February 2004.
The project website is here:
Gun & Rama.
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