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CDN brokering

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CDN brokering
Content distribution networks (CDNs) increase the capacity of individual Web sites and attempt to deliver content from caches that are located "closer" to end-users than the origin servers that provide the content. CDN brokering provides CDNs a way to interoperate by allowing one CDN to intelligently redirect clients dynamically to other CDNs. This paper describes the goals, architecture, and performance of a CDN brokerage system. Our system has been deployed on the Internet on a provisional basis, and our architectural ideas have helped advance the evolution of Internet standards for interoperating CDNs.
Alexandros Biliris, Charles D. Cranor, Fred Dougli
Added 17 Dec 2010
Updated 17 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2002
Where COMCOM
Authors Alexandros Biliris, Charles D. Cranor, Fred Douglis, Michael Rabinovich, Sandeep Sibal, Oliver Spatscheck, Walter Sturm
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