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Bistro: a framework for building scalable wide-area Upload applications

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Bistro: a framework for building scalable wide-area Upload applications
Hot spots are a major obstacle to achieving scalability in the Internet. At the application layer, hot spots are usually caused by either (a) high demand for some data or (b) high demand for a certain service. This high demand for data or services, is typically the result of a real-life event involving availability of new data or approaching deadlines; therefore, relief of these hot spots may improve quality of life. At the application layer, hot spot problems have traditionally been dealt with using some combination of (1) increasing capacity; (2) spreading the load over time, space, or both; and (3) changing the workload. We note that the classes of solutions stated above have been studied mostly in the context of applications using the following types of communication (a) one-to-many, (b) manyto-many, and (c) one-to-one. However, to the best of our knowledge there is no existing work on making applications using many-to-one communication scalable and efficient (existing solutions, ...
Samrat Bhattacharjee, William C. Cheng, Cheng-Fu C
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Updated 19 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2000
Where SIGMETRICS
Authors Samrat Bhattacharjee, William C. Cheng, Cheng-Fu Chou, Leana Golubchik, Samir Khuller
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