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FOREVER: Fault/intrusiOn REmoVal through Evolution & Recovery

Bessani, A. N., Reiser, H. P., Sousa, P. , Gashi, I., Stankovic, V., Distler, T., Kapitza, R., Daidone, A. & Obelheiro, R. R. (2008). FOREVER: Fault/intrusiOn REmoVal through Evolution & Recovery. In: Douglis, F (Ed.), Middleware (Companion). ACM/IFIP/USENIX Middleware '08 Conference doi: 10.1145/1462735.1462763


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 definition 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 intrustion-tolerant replication middleware and significantly enhances the resilience.

Publication Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
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Subjects: Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA76 Computer software
Departments: School of Science & Technology > Computer Science > Software Reliability
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