Content Distribution Networks

Content Distribution Networks

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Content distribution networks (CDNs) are the most promising new techniques for coping with the huge and swiftly growing volume of Internet traffic. In essence, CDNs are groups of proxy-servers located at strategic points around the Internet and arranged so as to ensure that a download request can always be handled from the nearest server. In this, the first reference in the field, a recognized CDN pioneer describes the various technologies involved and explains how they came together to form a working system. With the help of case studies, he covers all the practical basics and provides invaluable implementation schemes.61. W. Stallings, SNMP, SNMPV2 and RMON, Practical Network Management, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1996. ... Corporation, Page Detailer, distributed with IBM WebSphere Studio, URL, June 2000. ... R. Droms and T. Lemon, The DHCP Handbook, Pearson Higher Education, 1999. ... S. Kent and R. Atkinson, Security Architecture for the 174 REFERENCES.

Title:Content Distribution Networks
Author:Dinesh C. Verma
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2003-04-08


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