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Traditional approaches to mirroring, caching, and content distribution have an underlying assumption that minimizing network hop count minimizes client latency. However, with uncongested backbones and potentially high-latency service times for dynamic content, such techniques are of limited effectiveness. In this paper we present an architecture in which dispatchers at an overloaded Internet Data Center (IDC) redirect requests for dynamic content to a geographically remote but less loaded IDC.doi:10.1109/infcom.2004.1356970 dblp:conf/infocom/RanjanKK04 fatcat:ojtrgcs33rcvlpwhuujmwctvb4