“FOREVER: Fault/intrusiOn REmoVal through Evolution & Recovery”

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Alysson Bessani, Hans Reiser, Paulo Sousa, I. Gashi, V. Stankovic, T. Distler, R. Kapitza, A. Daidone, Rafael R. Obelheiro

in In Middleware (Companion), Leuven, Belgium, pages 99-101, December 2008., Dec. 2008.

Abstract: The goal of the FOREVER project is to develop a service for Fault/intrusiOn REmoVal through Evolution & Recovery. In order to achieve this goal, our work addresses three main tasks: the defifinition of the FOREVER service architecture; the analysis of how diversity techniques can improve resilience; and the evaluation of the FOREVER service. The FOREVER service is an important contribution to intrusion-tolerant replication middleware and signifificantly enhances the resilience.

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Project(s): Project:CRUTIAL

Research line(s): Fault And Intrusion Tolerance in Open Distributed Systems (FIT)

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