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Title : Open Pluggable Edge Services Use Cases and Deployment
Author(s) : S. McHenry et al.
Filename : draft-mchenry-opes-deployment-scenarios-00.txt
Pages : 16
Date : 13-Jul-01
The rapid growth of the Internet and the increasing number of Internet users have resulted in many scaling and growth problems with application designs focused on operations at the ends (i.e. the client or the server). This has led to a wide deployment of network edge caching proxies as a key strategy to address these problems. These systems have been very successful in accelerating Web content delivery and reducing the load on origin Web servers.
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