Subject: Computer Science - Performance | Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture
Unexpected increases in demand and most of all flash crowds are considered the bane of every web application as they may cause intolerable delays or even service unavailability. Proper quality of service policies must guarantee rapid reactivity and responsiveness even i... View more
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