My Distributed Systems Seminar reading list for Spring 2015

Below is the list of papers I plan to discuss in my distributed systems seminar this semester. If you have some suggestions on other good/recent papers to cover, please let me know in the comments.
  1. Perspectives on the CAP Theorem
  2. Consistency, availability, and convergence.
  3. Salt: combining ACID and BASE in a distributed database
  4. Extracting More Concurrency from Distributed Transactions
  5. Eidetic Systems
  6. Simple Testing Can Prevent Most Critical Failures: An Analysis of Production Failures in Distributed Data-Intensive Systems
  7. The Mystery Machine: End-to-end Performance Analysis of Large-scale Internet Services
  8. All File Systems Are Not Created Equal: On the Complexity of Crafting Crash-Consistent Applications
  9. GraphX: Graph Processing in a Distributed Dataflow Framework
  10. Architecture of a database system
  11. Arrakis: The Operating System is the Control Plane
  12. Fast Databases with Fast Durability and Recovery Through Multicore Parallelism
  13. Project Adam: Building an Efficient and Scalable Deep Learning Training System


Timothy Chen said…
Really nice set of papers! Is the seminar videos going to be available online for non-students?

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