Content Delivery Networks

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Rajkumar Buyya, Mukaddim Pathan, Athena Vakali
Springer Science & Business Media, 2008 M07 26 - 417 páginas

Content Delivery Networks enables the readers to understand the basics, to identify the underlying technology, to summarize their knowledge on concepts, ideas, principles and various paradigms which span on broad CDNs areas. Therefore, aspects of CDNs in terms of basics, design process, practice, techniques, performances, platforms, applications, and experimental results have been presented in a proper order. Fundamental methods, initiatives, significant research results, as well as references for further study have also been provided. Comparison of different design and development approaches are described at the appropriate places so that new researchers as well as advanced practitioners can use the CDNs evaluation as a research roadmap. All the contributions have been reviewed, edited, processed, and placed in the appropriate order to maintain consistency so that any reader irrespective of their level of knowledge and technological skills in CDNs would get the most out of it. The book is organized into three parts, namely, Part I: CDN Fundamentals; Part II: CDN Modeling and Performance; and Part III: Advanced CDN Platforms and Applications. The organization ensures the smooth flow of material as successive chapters build on prior ones.

 

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Content Delivery Networks State of the Art Insights and Imperatives
3
A Taxonomy of CDNs
33
Dynamic Scalable and Efficient Content Replication Techniques
78
Content Delivery and Management
105
Caching Techniques on CDN Simulated Frameworks
127
Request Redirection for Dynamic Content
155
EconomicsInformed Design of CDNs
183
Chapter 8 CDN Pricing
211
Performance and Availability Benefits of Global Overlay Routing
251
Dynamic CDN Against Flash Crowds
274
Collaborative Media Streaming Services Based on CDNs
297
CDN for Live and OnDemand Video Services over IP
317
Information Dissemination in Mobile CDNs
343
Infrastructures for Community Networks
367
Internetworking of CDNs
389
Index
415

Mathematical Models for Resource Management and Allocation in CDNs
225

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