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Distributed Systems, Peer to Peer Architecture and Cloud Computing Concepts

QUESTION 1
What would we expect of many of the distributed systems in the case studies if they were built on direct forms of communications as opposed to indirect?

QUESTION 2
In what ways is Peer to Peer distributed systems much like the cloud computing model

QUESTION 3
What is the virtual filesystem in the Network Filesystem Model and how Is mutual exclusion enforced?

QUESTION 4
Name 3 aspects of DNS that have facilitated the massive growth of the internet?

QUESTION 5
What value does a unified naming service bring to distributed systems?

QUESTION 6
What are the 2 primary challenges when dealing with time synchronization in distributed systems and how do they come about?

QUESTION 7
What aspects of block chain technology can assist in distributed forms of consensus?

QUESTION 8
How does the Byzantine generals problem relate to concurrency in distributed systems?

QUESTION 9
What are the three aspect of mutual exclusion and how is it important in distributed systems?

QUESTION 10
What are three potential issues (adverse) that may arise out of data isolation in the transaction execution model and how do they come about?

QUESTION 11
Describe atomicity in distributed transactions and how it is important?

QUESTION 12
How does one solve the problem of transactional deadlock and why does this occur?

QUESTION 13
Explain how the aspects location transparency conflict with the implementation of security in distributed systems

QUESTION 14
Name the benefits and drawbacks to n-Tier architectures in distributed systems

QUESTION 15
Explain how network topography plays into the nature and behavior of distributed systems that must service mobile low-latency applications

QUESTION 16
Name the benefits and drawbacks to event based architectures in distributed systems

QUESTION 17
What factors have promoted the growth of distributed multimedia services prevalent in todayís computing (looking for efficiency here)

QUESTION 18
How can aspects of eventual consistency meet user demands without the burden of strong transactional consistency?  Give an example

QUESTION 19
What is the driving force behind the success at Google and how have they stayed in front of exponential growth for 20 years

QUESTION 20
What aspects of the distributed systems for YouTube are similar to both Netflix and Linkedin combined

Distributed Systems, Peer to Peer Architecture and Cloud Computing Concepts

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