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2004
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10 years 20 days ago
Edgecomputing: extending enterprise applications to the edge of the internet
Content delivery networks have evolved beyond traditional distributed caching. With services such as Akamai's EdgeComputing it is now possible to deploy and run enterprise bu...
Andy Davis, Jay Parikh, William E. Weihl
WEBNET
2000
9 years 1 months ago
Dinopolis - A Leading Edge Application Framework for the Internet and Intranets
Dinopolis is at the moment the most universal and extendable application framework available. It is fully written in Java and fully compliant to today's application standards...
Christof Dallermassl, Heimo Haub, Hermann A. Maure...
TNC
2004
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9 years 1 months ago
Connective Middleware for Voice and Integrated Communications
To engage Internet2 users in an exploration of peer-to-peer, real-time communications, these users require connectivity. Superior networking connectivity alone is not sufficient. ...
Ben Teitelbaum
USITS
2003
9 years 1 months ago
Anypoint: Extensible Transport Switching on the Edge
Anypoint is a new model for one-to-many communication with ensemble sites—aggregations of end nodes that appear to the external Internet as a unified site. Policies for routing...
Ken Yocum, Darrell C. Anderson, Jeffrey S. Chase, ...
WWW
2004
ACM
10 years 20 days ago
Challenges and practices in deploying web acceleration solutions for distributed enterprise systems
For most Web-based applications, contents are created dynamically based on the current state of a business, such as product prices and inventory, stored in database systems. These...
Divyakant Agrawal, K. Selçuk Candan, Koji H...
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