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Reducing server and network load with shared buffering
Proceedings of the 2012 ACM workshop on Capacity sharing - CSWS '12
Today, content replication methods are common ways of reducing the network and servers load. Present content replication solutions have different problems, including the need for pre-planning and management, and they are ineffective in case of sudden traffic spikes. In spite of these problems, content replication methods are more popular today than ever, simply because of an increasing need for load reduction. In this paper, we propose a shared buffering model that, unlike current proxy-baseddoi:10.1145/2413219.2413229 fatcat:phrlxi47vnbpjmtbt2niymjgf4