A use case of Content Delivery Network raw log file analysis

@article{La2020AUC,
  title={A use case of Content Delivery Network raw log file analysis},
  author={Hoang-Loc La and Anh-Tu Ngoc Tran and Quang-Trai Le and Masato Yoshimi and Takuma Nakajima and N. Thoai},
  journal={2020 International Conference on Advanced Computing and Applications (ACOMP)},
  year={2020},
  pages={71-78}
}
The growth of video streaming has stretched the Internet to its limitation. In other words, the Internet was originally devised to connect a limited number of computers so that they can share network resources, so the Internet cannot handle a large amount of traffic at a time, which leads to network congestion. To overcome this, CDNs are built on top of the Internet as an overlay to efficiently store and swiftly disseminate contents to users by placing many servers and data centers around the… Expand

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