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Although traffic between Web servers and Web browsers is readily apparent to many knowledgeable end users, fewer are aware of the extent of server-to-server Web traffic carried over the public Internet. We refer to the former class of traffic as front-office Internet Web traffic and the latter as back-office Internet Web traffic (or just front-office and back-office traffic, for short). Back-office traffic, which may or may not be triggered by end-user activity, is essential for today's Web asdoi:10.1145/2663716.2663756 dblp:conf/imc/PujolRCSFMN14 fatcat:tj5r6xufivbyzejkjp2b7pxvdm