Content Delivery Networks: Status and Trends

@article{Vakali2003ContentDN,
  title={Content Delivery Networks: Status and Trends},
  author={Athena Vakali and George Pallis},
  journal={IEEE Internet Computing},
  year={2003},
  volume={7},
  pages={68-74}
}
T he Web's growth has transformed communications and business services such that speed, accuracy, and availability of network delivered content has become absolutely critical — both on their own terms and in terms of measuring Web performance. Proxy servers partially address the need for rapid content delivery by providing multiple clients with a shared cache location. In this context, if a requested object exists in a cache (and the cached version has not expired), clients get a cached copy… CONTINUE READING
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