Content Delivery Policies in Replicated Web Services: Client-Side vs. Server-Side

@article{Conti2004ContentDP,
  title={Content Delivery Policies in Replicated Web Services: Client-Side vs. Server-Side},
  author={Marco Conti and Enrico Gregori and Willy Lapenna},
  journal={Cluster Computing},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={47-60}
}
Replication of Web Services has an important role among techniques that have been developed in order to meet the demand for faster and more efficient access to the Internet. Replication can be addressed both by a cluster of servers, and by servers geographically distributed in the Internet. In this paper, we focus on geographical replication. Two approaches are commonly used for geographical replication: server-side and client-side. In the client-side approach, the client has a significant role… CONTINUE READING