The Evolution of the Arjuna Transaction Processing System

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Author(s)Little MC, Shrivastava SK
Editor(s)Jones, C.B., Lloyd, J.L.
Publication type Book Chapter
Book TitleDependable and Historic Computing
Series TitleLecture Notes in Computer Science
Year2011
Volume6875
Pages323-343
ISBN9783642245404
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The Arjuna transaction system began life in the mid 1980s as an academic project to examine the use of object-oriented techniques in the development of fault-tolerant distributed systems. Twenty five years later, it is an integral part of the JBoss application sever middleware from Red Hat. This journey from an academic to a commercial environment has been neither easy nor smooth but it has been interesting from many different perspectives. This paper gives an overview of this journey and discusses key lessons learned.
PublisherSpringer-Verlag
Place PublishedBerlin; New York
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