PROJECT TITLE :
Optimizing Internet Transit Routing for Content Delivery Networks - 2018
Content delivery networks (CDNs) maintain multiple transit routes from content distribution servers to eyeball ISP networks that offer Internet connectivity to finish users. Because of the dynamics of varying performance and pricing on transit routes, CDNs want to implement a transit route selection strategy to optimize performance and value tradeoffs. During this Project, we have a tendency to formalize the transit routing downside employing a multi-attribute objective perform to simultaneously optimize end-to-finish performance and cost. Our approach permits CDNs to navigate the price and performance tradeoff in transit routing through one control knob. We evaluate our approach using real-world measurements from CDN servers located at nineteen geographically distributed Web exchange points. Using our approach, CDNs can cut back transit costs on average by fifty seven% without sacrificing performance.
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