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Seattle Conference on Scalability: SCTPs Reliability and...

Google Tech TalksJune 23, 2007ABSTRACTLow cost clusters are usually built from commodity parts and use standard transport protocols like TCP/IP. Once systems become large enough, reliability and fault tolerance become an important issue and TCP/IP often requires additional mechanisms to ensure reliability of the application. The Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) is a newly standardized transport protocol that provides additional mechanisms for reliability beyond that of TCP. The added reliability and fault tolerance of SCTP may function better for MapReduce-like distributed applications on large commodity clusters. SCTP has the following features that provide additional levels of...
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