On the Necessity for High-availability Data Center Backends in a Distributed Wireless System

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2017-01-04
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Pfitzinger, Bernd
Baumann, Tommy
Macos, Dragan
Jestaedt, Thomas
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When business processes depend on the processing capabilities within a data center, the typical system architecture use a high-availability setup to maintain a high level of service. Faced with a specific machine-to-machine system consisting of many endpoints that collect and forward data to the data center we argue that the dependability of the overall system does not necessitate a high level of service for the data center components. Taking an existing discrete event simulation model of a distributed technical system we investigate and discuss the effects of prolonged outages of the data center on the major business processes of the system.
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distributed system Simulation system engineering toll system
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7 pages
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Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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