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Peer-to-Peer File Systems Challenges

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This talk will give an overview of the challenges related to peer-to-peer storage systems, especially large-scale peer-to-peer file systems.

Such challenges include:
  • Routing messages within an overlay network;
  • Storing objects in a reliable way;
  • Ensuring users security and privacy;
  • Enabling users to perform administrative tasks;
  • etc.


Julien is a PhD Student in the Opera group under the supervision of Pr. Jean Bacon and member of Jesus College.

Julien holds a Diplôme d’Ingenieur from the EPITA Grande École and a Master from the Université Pierre & Marie Curie obtained through a joint-degree programme.

His research interests are in the area of operating systems design and large-scale distributed systems, especially peer-to-peer file systems.

His research is funded by the Cambridge European Trust, EPSRC and Microsoft Research.

In his spare time, when not working an educational projects , he enjoys playing football and tennis for his College as well as rowing and playing cricket from time to time.

You can see more in Julien’s page .

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Opera Group Seminars series.

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