Journal article

A case for peering of content delivery networks

R Buyya, AMK Pathan, J Broberg, Z Tari

IEEE Distributed Systems Online | Published : 2006


Content Delivery Networks (CDN) strategically placed at various locations to deal with flash crowds and enhance response time. It improves network performance by maximizing bandwidth, improving accessibility, and maintaining correctness through content replication. A CDN combines a content-delivery infrastructure, a request-routing infrastructure, a distribution infrastructure, and an accounting infrastructure. Content networks can better satisfy their customers and meet their quality of service requirements by collaborating with another CDN provider. This system helps to create open Content and Service Delivery Networks (CSDN) that scale well and can share resources with other CSDNs through..

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