DReaM-Cache: Distributed Real-Time Transaction Memory Cache to Support Two-Factor Authentication Services and Its Reliability

Phone-Factor is a two-factor authentication service that combines the knowledge-based authenticator with an object based authenticator in which the object-based authenticator has advantages of hardware token-based systems without requiring the administration overhead of distribution of special hardware to every user in advance. For transaction scalability of this service, the authors propose a Distributed Real-Time Transaction Memory Cache (DReaM-Cache) approach. In this paper, they present the basic architecture and present reliability models for different data centers and node reliability factors, and show how reliability can be accomplished.

Provided by: University of Missouri Topic: Software Date Added: Apr 2010 Format: PDF

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