Nicolas Niclausse

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In this paper we present a new model of Web traffic and its applications in the performance evaluation of Web servers. We consider typical user hypertext navigation behavior within a Web server. We propose a traffic model at the session level, formulated as a stochastic marked point process, which describes when users arrive and how they browse the server.(More)
With the increasing popularity of the World Wide Web, the amount of information available and the use of Web servers are growing exponentially. As a consequence, the number of requests to popular Web servers increases exponentially as well. In order to reduce the overhead induced by frequent requests to the same documents, server caching, also referred to(More)
Almost ten years after its premises, the Grid’5000 testbed has become one of the most complete testbed for designing or evaluating large-scale distributed systems. Initially dedicated to the study of High Performance Computing, the infrastructure has evolved to address wider concerns related to Desktop Computing, the Internet of Services and more recently(More)
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