Distributed Systems: Design and Algorithms
1ère Edition 336 pages
Description: In today’s digital environment, distributed systems are increasingly present in a wide variety of environments, ranging from public software applications to critical systems. Distributed Systems introduces the underlying concepts, the associated design techniques and the related security issues. Distributed Systems: Design and Algorithms, is dedicated to engineers, students, and anyone familiar with algorithms and programming, who want to know more about distributed systems. These systems are characterized by: several components with one or more threads, possibly running on different processors; asynchronous communications with possible additional assumptions (reliability, order preserving, etc.); local views for every component and no shared data between components. This title presents distributed systems from a point of view dedicated to their design and their main principles: the main algorithms are described and placed in their application context, i.e. consistency management and the way they are used in distributed file-systems.
Chapter Details. In this book, I contributed actively to the *chapter 11: “Practical Security in Distributed Systems” 
- B. Bertholon, C. Cérin, C. Coti, J.-C. Dubacq, and S. Varrette, “Distributed Systems (volume 1); Design and Algorithms,” vol. 1, Wiley, 2011, pp. 237–300.