SREcon19 Asia/Pacific - Implementing Distributed Consensus Dan Lüdtke, Google





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Published on Jul 19, 2019

Dan Lüdtke, Google

May I introduce "Skinny", an education-focused, distributed lock service.

With the help of Skinny, we will:

briefly look at the Paxos protocol
see an example of a typical Paxos run
design a simple distributed consensus protocol
learn the tricky parts of implementing our simple distributed consensus protocol
gradually move from theory-level to coding-level, solving small challenges (network, availability, fault-tolerance) along the way
This talk addresses engineers who had little exposure to the inner workings of distributed consensus, who want to learn about distributed consensus as they start building distributed systems, and who worked with ready-made distributed consensus solutions such as Zookeper and etcd but strive to understand the underlying theory as well.

View the full SREcon19 Asia/Pacific program at https://www.usenix.org/conference/sre....

Sign up to find out more about SREcon at https://srecon.usenix.org


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