Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /u/deptinfo/dalle/www/wiki2/cookbook/sourceblock.php on line 153

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /u/deptinfo/dalle/www/wiki2/cookbook/sourceblock.php:153) in /u/deptinfo/dalle/www/wiki2/pmwiki.php on line 885
Olivier Dalle's Corner: Main / Full Biblio

DaMa12

Summary

Olivier Dalle and Emilio Mancini (2012) Integrated Tools for the Simulation Analysis of Peer-To-Peer Backup Systems. In Proceedings of the 2012 Intl Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques (SIMUTOOLS 2012). Sirmione, Italy, March. (F. Quaglia and J. Himmelspach, Eds.) Pages 178–183. (PDF)

Abstract

In order to evaluate the performance and estimate the resource usage ofpeer-to-peer backup systems, it is important to analyze the time they spend in storing, retrieving and keeping the redundancy of the stored files.The analysis of such systems is difficult due to the random behavior of thepeers and the variations of network conditions. Simulations providea unique means for reproducing such varying conditions in a controlled way.In this paper we describe a general meta-model for peer-to-peer backup systems and a tool-chain, based on SimGrid, to help in their analysis. Wevalidated the meta-model and tool-chain through the analysis of a commonscenario, and verified that they can be used, for example, for retrieving the relations between the storage size, the saved data fragment sizes and the induced network workload.

Bibtex entry

@INPROCEEDINGS { DaMa12,
    AUTHOR = { Dalle, Olivier and Mancini, Emilio },
    TITLE = { Integrated Tools for the Simulation Analysis of Peer-To-Peer Backup Systems },
    OPTCROSSREF = { },
    OPTKEY = { },
    BOOKTITLE = { Proceedings of the 2012 Intl Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques (SIMUTOOLS 2012) },
    PAGES = { 178-−183 },
    YEAR = { 2012 },
    EDITOR = { F. Quaglia and J. Himmelspach },
    OPTVOLUME = { },
    OPTNUMBER = { },
    OPTSERIES = { },
    ADDRESS = { Sirmione, Italy },
    MONTH = { March },
    OPTORGANIZATION = { },
    OPTPUBLISHER = { },
    OPTNOTE = { },
    OPTANNOTE = { },
    ABSTRACT = { In order to evaluate the performance and estimate the resource usage ofpeer-to-peer backup systems, it is important to analyze the time they spend in storing, retrieving and keeping the redundancy of the stored files.The analysis of such systems is difficult due to the random behavior of thepeers and the variations of network conditions. Simulations providea unique means for reproducing such varying conditions in a controlled way.In this paper we describe a general meta-model for peer-to-peer backup systems and a tool-chain, based on SimGrid, to help in their analysis. Wevalidated the meta-model and tool-chain through the analysis of a commonscenario, and verified that they can be used, for example, for retrieving the relations between the storage size, the saved data fragment sizes and the induced network workload. },
    PDF = { ftp://ftp-sop.inria.fr/mascotte/Publications/DaMa12.pdf },
    DOI = { 10.4108/icst.simutools.2012.247783 },
}