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The RAIN project is research collaboration between Caltech and NASA-JPL on distributed computing and data storage systems for future space-borne missions. The goal of the project is to identify and develop key building blocks for reliable distributed systems built with inexpensive off-the-shelf components.
The RAIN platform consists of a heterogeneous cluster of computing and/or storage nodes connected via multiple interfaces to networks configured in fault-tolerant topologies. The RAIN software components run in conjunction with operating system services and standard network protocols. Through software-implemented fault tolerance, the system tolerates multiple node, link, and switch failures, with no single point of failure.
Rain Technology Seminar Report
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Rain Technology Presentation Report (PPT)
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