Cudele: a file system with programmable consistency and durability
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Cudele

Experiments for Cudele, a file system with programmable consistency and durability. With Cudele, developers can custom-fit their application to the guarantees they need. Looser or weaker guarantees have less overhead. For the motivation, design, and implementation of the system, please the Cudele paper that was recently accepted at IPDPS '18. The links in each figure in that paper point to an experiment in this repository. The experiment follows the Popper Convention, so the directory has all the dependencies, deploy code, results, and graphing code needed to reproduce the figures. For information about running these experiments, see the Mantle blogs on our website at programmability.us.

Graphics and drawings in the paper are drawn in Google Slides here.