Reference : JITeR: Just-in-time application-layer routing
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JITeR: Just-in-time application-layer routing
Bessani, Alysson [University of Lisboa > LaSIGE/FCUL]
Neves, Nuno F. [University of Lisboa > LaSIGE/FCUL]
Verissimo, Paulo mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > >]
Wagner, Dantas [Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil]
Fonseca, Alexandre [Universidade de Lisboa > Instituto Superior Técnico]
Rui, Silva [Universidade de Lisboa > Instituto Superior Técnico]
Luz, Pedro [Universidade de Lisboa > Instituto Superior Técnico of the Universidade de Lisboa]
Correia, Miguel [Universidade de Lisboa > Instituto Superior Técnico (IST)]
Computer Networks
Elsevier Science
Yes (verified by ORBilu)
The Netherlands
[en] Overlay networks ; Multihoming ; Timely communication ; Critical ; Information infrastructures
[en] The paper addresses the problem of providing message latency and reliability assurances for control traf- fic in wide-area IP networks. This is an important problem for cloud services and other geo-distributed information infrastructures that entail inter-datacenter real-time communication. We present the design and validation of JITeR ( Just-In-Time Routing ), an algorithm that timely routes messages at application- layer using overlay networking and multihoming, leveraging the natural redundancy of wide-area IP net- works. We implemented a prototype of JITeR that we evaluated experimentally by placing nodes in sev- eral regions of Amazon EC2. We also present a scenario-based (geo-distributed utility network) evalua- tion comparing JITeR with alternative overlay/multihoming routing algorithms that shows that it provides better timeliness and reliability guarantees.

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