An architecture of internet based data processing based on multicast and anycast protocols
Yu, Shui, Zhou, Wanlei, Lan, Mingjun and Wu, Yue 2003, An architecture of internet based data processing based on multicast and anycast protocols, in Parallel and distributed computing, applications and technologies : PDCAT'2003 : proceedings : (August 27-29, 2003, Chengdu, China), IEEE, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 104-110.
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Most of the current web-based application systems suffer from poor performance and costly heterogeneous accessing. Distributed or replicated strategies can alleviate the problem in some degree, but there are still some problems of the distributed or replicated model, such as data synchronization, load balance, and so on. In this paper, we propose a novel architecture for Internet-based data processing system based on multicast and anycast protocols. The proposed architecture breaks the functionalities of existing data processing system, in particular, the database functionality, into several agents. These agents communicate with each other using multicast and anycast mechanisms. We show that the proposed architecture provides better scalability, robustness, automatic load balance, and performance than the current distributed architecture of Internet-based data processing.
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