Multimedia Servers: Applications, Environments, and Design
This book will undoubtedly satisfy the needs of application developers, server designers, integrators, and service providers, as it provides end-to-end, top-down coverage: from application-specific issues to low-level components. Inside, the authors offer specific design, development, and implementation approaches that take into account the complexity of the environments in which multimedia servers operate. You'll learn which techniques are best suited for different kinds of applications and different kinds of networks. You'll master the challenges associated with resource scheduling, collaborative computing, session set-up, and distributed storage. Most importantly, you'll discover how to put all of these solutions to work as part of a coherent strategy aimed at exploiting economies of scale and meeting quality of service requirements.
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Awesome book, each and every topic has been elaborated in a very comprehensive and synchronized manner. Thanks to the writers for presenting such an useful book to the youth.
Multimedia Server Design Issues
Multimedia Server Environment
Client Session Scheduling
Client Request Scheduling
Scheduling in System Components
Storage Management Overview