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Cornell Researchers Working to Improve Cloud Computing

Cornell University researchers are working on improving cloud computing reliability and have begun testing their methods on a real-world system. Cloud systems typically make many copies of data or applications available for users, ensuring that they have ready access to information. However, replicating the information can introduce errors and slow the system, especially when data must be changed. The researchers are looking at approaches including multicasting, as well as improved data rates and organization. Typical multicasting, for example, can confuse routers in a network; this approach consolidates router addresses and also locks out replicas containing obsolete data. Since their work is being conducted in conjunction with US National Science Foundation, and because the agency has a relationship with Microsoft, the researchers have access to the Windows Azure cloud-computing platform for testing. (PhysOrg.com)(Cornell University)