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1.2.6 Multicast
1.2.7 Push Technology
1.3.1 Client-Server Operations on the Internet
1.3.4 Peering Point
1.3.5 Video Considerations
2.2.4 Browser Programs
2.3.1 Evolution
2.3.2 Common Web Server Programs
2.3.3 Application Servers
3.1.1 Protocol Suite Components
3.1.2 Physical and Data-Link Layers
3.1.3 Te Network Layer
3.1.4 Te Transport Layer
3.2.1 Need for Address Resolution
3.2.2 Domain Name Servers
3.2.3 Top-Level Domain
3.2.4 DNS Operation
3.2.5 Confguring Your Computer
3.2.6 Root Name Servers
3.2.7 Te NSLookup Tool
3.2.8 Expediting the Name Resolution Process
3.2.9 DNS Resource Records
4.1.1 Economics of Poor Performance
4.1.2 Predictability
4.1.3 Customer Loyalty
4.1.4 Scalability
4.1.5 Flexibility
4.1.6 Company Perception
4.1.7 Summary
4.2.1 Entry and Egress Considerations
4.2.2 Access Delays
4.2.3 Egress Delays
4.2.4 Benefts of Edge Servers
4.2.5 Peering Points
4.3.1 CDN Operation
4.3.2 Te Akamai Network
4.3.3 Edge Side Includes
4.3.4 Edge Side Includes for Java
4.3.5 Statistics
4.3.6 Summary
4.4.1 Using the HD Network with Flash
5.1.1 Browser Cache
5.1.2 Other Types of Web Caches
5.1.3 Application Caching
5.1.4 Cache Operation
5.1.5 Cache Control Methods
5.1.6 Windows DNS Caching Problems
5.1.7 Viewing HTTP Headers
5.1.8 Considering Authentication
5.1.9 Enhancing Cacheability
5.2.1 Types of Load Balancing
5.2.2 Rationale
5.2.3 Load Balancing Techniques
5.2.4 Hardware versus Software
5.2.5 DNS Load Balancing
5.2.6 DNS Load-Sharing Methods
5.2.7 Managing User Requests
6.1.1 Rationale
6.1.2 Summary
6.2.1 Using Web Logs
6.2.2 Using Logging Strings
6.2.3 Web-Log Analysis
6.2.4 Top Referring Domains
6.2.5 Considering Status Codes
6.2.6 Web-Log Statistics
6.2.7 Reverse Mapping
6.2.8 SOA Record Components
6.2.12 Other Analysis Tools
6.2.13 Cookies
6.2.14 Other Logging Information
6.2.15 Microsoft’s Performance Monitor
6.2.16 Using a Network Analyzer
6.2.17 Other Tools to Consider
6.3.1 Single-Site, Single-Server Model
6.3.2 Single-Site, Multiple-Server Model
6.3.3 Multiple-Sites, Single-Server per Site Model
6.3.4 Multiple-Site, Multiple-Server per Site Model
6.3.5 An In-Between Model
7.1.1 Cost Elements and Total Cost
7.1.2 Performance Elements
7.1.3 Server-Side Language Support
7.1.4 Web-Service Tools
7.1.5 Te Importance of Images
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Ebooksclub.org a Practical Guide to Content Delivery Networks Second Edition

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