Economic Issues in Distributed Computing

Economic Issues in Distributed Computing

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On the Internet, one of the essential characteristics of electronic commerce is the integration of large-scale computer networks and business practices. Commercial servers are connected through open and complex communication technologies, and online consumers access the services with virtually unpredictable behavior. Both of them as well as the e-Commerce infrastructure are vulnerable to cyber attacks. Among the various network security problems, the Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack is a unique example to illustrate the risk of commercial network applications. Using a massive junk traffic, literally anyone on the Internet can launch a DDoS attack to flood and shutdown an eCommerce website.A trading hub of the CPN provides a mechanism to use ISP side cache capacity in real-time (Geng et al 2003). ... From one ICPa#39;s point of view, although Service level agreements (SLAs) are specified in terms of long-term contracts, the ... This example of CPNs illustrates that cache trading shifts incentive for ICPs to ISPs.

Title:Economic Issues in Distributed Computing
Author:Yun Huang
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007


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