Shared Nothing Architecture in Distributed Computing

Shared Nothing (SN) architecture is Distributed Computing architecture where each node is independent and self-sufficient. It also do not have single point of failure and none of the nodes share memory or hard disk.

You can find more about SN by reading the original research paper The Case for Shared Nothing Architecture published by Michael Stonebraker


Author: Harshani Nawarathna

Sri Lankan woman in Computing

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