April 30, 2008 lecture by Adam L. Beberg for the Stanford University Computer Systems Colloquium (EE380).
Distributed systems provide powerful capabilities to those willing to embrace the uncertainty involved. This talk explores the current methods for constructing these systems, the 35 years of history they draw upon, and active work integrating massive storage and on-demand post-processing into a volunteer-powered system dubbed Storage@home.
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