Distributed Web-based architectures for content and service delivery

6 June, 2016

Título: Distributed Web-based architectures for content and service delivery
Profesor: Michele Colajanni, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Fechas: 6, 7 y 9 de febrero de 2007.
Lugar: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Campus de Leganés. Aula 71J06

Resumen:

The successful of the Web in the last decade has significantly modified the type of resources that are distributed through the Internet. The initial static contents are now enriched by dynamically generated resources, with an increasing amount of multimedia and personalized services. This evolution is shifting the research focus from Web content delivery to service delivery that introduces new scalability and performance problems to the hardware/software infrastructures that have to generate and distribute content.
Indeed, the heterogeneity and richness of present and future services increase the necessity of high performance architectures that exploit caching and replication through multiple servers that are distributed over a local and/or a geographical area. In these lessons, we investigate the main architectures for efficient generation, adaptation and delivery of contents and services through the Internet with a major focus on performance. We will illustrate the advantages and limits of current solutions, and possible directions for future research.

Sobre el ponente: Prof. Colajanni is Full Professor at Univeristy of Modenna and Reggio Emilia. Previously he has performed research activities at University of Rome and IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. He has published about 120 publications in referred journals, book chapters and conference proceedings (A list of the most recent papers can be found at: http://weblab.ing.unimo.it/people/colajanni/publications.shtml). He is the director of the Web Engineering and Performance Laboratory (WEBlab, http://weblab.ing.unimo.it).

Material del seminario:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
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