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An Architecture for Real-Time Active Content Distribution

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An Architecture for Real-Time Active Content Distribution
The phenomenal growth of the world-wide web has made it the most popular Internet application today. Web caching and content distribution services have been recognized as valuable techniques to mitigate the explosion of web traffic. An increasing fraction of web traffic today is dynamically generated and therefore intrinsically difficult for replication using present static approaches. Scalable delivery of such active content poses a myriad of challenges, including content replication, update propagation, and consistency management. This paper makes two contributions: (1) it describes a scalable architecture for transparent demanddriven distribution of active content; (2) the system can provide real-time delay guarantee on content access. Our approach involves migrating the scripts which generate the dynamic web traffic, and their data, from the server to active content distribution proxies nearest to the clients and mechanisms on these proxies to enforce real-time delay guarantees fo...
Chengdu Huang, Seejo Sebastine, Tarek F. Abdelzahe
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ECRTS
Authors Chengdu Huang, Seejo Sebastine, Tarek F. Abdelzaher
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