MULTI-THREAD ROUTING IN THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM OF ACCOUNT OF FINITE NODES OF THE DISTRIBUTED CLUSTER
This article describes the approach to designing a geographically distributed system that uses multi-threaded routing. This mechanism allows you to increase the fault tolerance of the designed system as a whole through the use of more than one communication channel between the end nodes. In addition to solving the problem of improving reliability, the article outlines a technique that allows balancing resources, allowing you to use all available communication channels. 16 The aim of the research is to develop a comprehensive solution for the design of the infrastructure for transmitting a continuous data stream by several routes, which ensure fault tolerance and share the load among themselves, allowing these routes to be used for administrative purposes, for example, to monitor the system and track critical situations, as well as to manage existing nodes. In the proposed design scheme, it is proposed to ensure the fault tolerance of a geographically distributed system so that each of the message chains acts as an independent unit of the computer system. In the results of the work, an analysis was made of various options for connecting the system taking into account the probability of failure of each of the independent links.
Authors: V. S. Melnik
Direction: Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control
Keywords: Network infrastructure design, fault tolerance, reliability, redundancy, load balancing, routing, distributed systems, cluster systems
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