Evaluating User-perceived Benefits of Content Distribution Networks

@inproceedings{Canali2004EvaluatingUB,
  title={Evaluating User-perceived Benefits of Content Distribution Networks},
  author={Claudia Canali and Valeria Cardellini and Michele Colajanni},
  year={2004}
}
Content Distribution Networks (CDNs) are a class of successful content delivery architectures used by the most popular Web sites to enhance their performance. The basic idea is to address Internet bottleneck issues by replicating and caching the content of the customer Web sites and to serve it from the edge of the network. In this paper we evaluate to what… CONTINUE READING