Improving Web Site Performance

The World Wide Web has emerged as one of the most significant applications over the past decade. The infrastructure required to support Web traffic is significant, and demands continue to increase at a rapid rate. Highly accessed Web sites may need to serve over a million hits per minute. Additional demands are created by the need to serve dynamic and personalized data.

By: Arun K. Iyengar, Erich M. Nahum, Anees A. Shaikh, Renu Tewari

Published in: RC22862 in 2003


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