Dynamic Server Selection in the Internet

@inproceedings{Crovella1995DynamicSS,
  title={Dynamic Server Selection in the Internet},
  author={Mark E. Crovella and Robert L. Carter},
  year={1995}
}
As distributed information services like the World Wide Web become increasingly popular on the Internet, problems of scale are clearly evident. Three scaling impediments to such distributed information services are excessive server load due to popular documents, wasted network bandwidth due to redundant document transfer, and excessive latency in delivering documents to the client due to the potential for transfers over slow paths. A promising technique that addresses all of these problems is… CONTINUE READING
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