Persistent naming for P2P Web hosting

Md. Faizul Bari, Md. Rakibul Haque, Reaz Ahmed, Raouf Boutaba, Bertrand Mathieu
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing  
The peer-to-peer paradigm has great potential of contributing to the next generation web-hosting infrastructure. Profound advancements in P2P technologies in the last decade have proven their capability to provide the same functionality as traditional client-server systems at a much larger scale and much lower cost. Existing centralized website hosting technology has a number of inherent deficiencies, including: scalability issues; single point of failure; administrative overhead; and hosting
more » ... penses. P2P Web hosting can effectively address these problems and open a new era for the next generation web technology. Unlike the current web however, peer availability and content placement are highly dynamic in P2P networks. This dynamism raises a number of research challenges related to naming, indexing, searching and hosting in P2P environments. In this paper we identify the practical requirements for devising a persistent naming scheme for P2P web-hosting on top of highly dynamic non-persistent P2P networks and present a novel naming architecture for satisfying these requirements.
doi:10.1109/p2p.2011.6038745 dblp:conf/p2p/BariHABM11 fatcat:2oifuguo6vfchflxga735k5cr4