Consolidating clients on back-end servers with co-location and frequency control

@inproceedings{Chen2006ConsolidatingCO,
  title={Consolidating clients on back-end servers with co-location and frequency control},
  author={Y. Chen and Amitayu Das and A. Sivasubramaniam and Q. Wang and R. Harper and M. Bland},
  booktitle={SIGMETRICS '06/Performance '06},
  year={2006}
}
  • Y. Chen, Amitayu Das, +3 authors M. Bland
  • Published in
    SIGMETRICS '06/Performance…
    2006
  • Computer Science
  • In the Server-Based/Thin-Client Computing model, the computing power resides mainly at the back-end servers, with the clients serving as simple interface engines to the user. The motivation for this model stems from its advantages in lowering Total Cost of Ownership particularly in support and maintenance. With the cost of qualified personnel continuing to grow, consolidating computing resources within a few back-end servers makes them much easier to support and maintain (for software… CONTINUE READING
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