Continued development of networking technologies creates new challenges for the applications using those networks. This thesis looks at several of these areas and based on examples, evaluates how they change what such network scenarios look like for applications and what consequences this has for the interfaces in use. Evaluated are user-space networking technologies and partial hardware-ofoading for higher performance, distributed systems and their demands on consistency with an attempted integration of the Raft consistency protocol to an existing database system, and networks with disrupted connectivity with an example from the Internet of Things in railway applications. While new developments in those areas all have value, in most cases old, existing approaches are easier and still sufficient in many cases.

Titel Interfaces for New Networking Challenges
Verfasst von Sven Knebel
Serien-Detail Masterarbeit
Verlag Hasso-Plattner-Institut an der Universität Potsdam
Datum 30. Juni 2018
Seitenzahl 39
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