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Distributed Processing System, 2020, 1(2); doi: 10.38007/DPS.2020.010204.

Consistent Hash Algorithm in Distributed Monitoring System


Adityan Kumare

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Adityan Kumare

Myanmar Institute of Information Technology, Myanmar


The cloud monitoring system allows administrators to know the historical performance of each component of the platform at any time and control the usage of various resources. Monitoring can remind operation and maintenance managers in a timely manner when a fault occurs, quickly find problems, and better solve errors. The purpose of this paper is to study the application of consistent hash algorithm in distributed monitoring system. The architecture and design concept of distributed monitoring are analyzed, and a set of good distributed performance monitoring system of cloud platform is developed according to the characteristics of the rapid development of cloud platform. The whole system can be divided into data acquisition unit, real-time alarm unit, historical data storage unit and global control unit. The specific implementation process of the main functional units is given. Finally, the system is tested. The experimental results show that the consistent hash algorithm has a good balance effect in the distributed monitoring system.


Consistent Hash Algorithm, Distributed System, Monitoring System, Data Management

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Adityan Kumare. Consistent Hash Algorithm in Distributed Monitoring System. Distributed Processing System (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 2: 28-36. https://doi.org/10.38007/DPS.2020.010204.


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