Gregory V. Chockler,
Roy Friedman and
In Proceedings of IFIP/ACM International Conference on Distributed
Systems Platforms and Open Distributed Processing (Middleware'2000),
3rd - 7th April 2000, IBM Palisades Executive Conference Center,
Hudson River Valley, NY, USA
This paper discusses the implementation of CASCADE, a
distributed caching service for CORBA objects.
service is fully CORBA compliant, and supports caching
of active objects, which include both data and code. It is
specifically designed to operate over the Internet by employing a
dynamically built cache hierarchy.
The service architecture is highly
configurable with regard to a broad spectrum of application
parameters. The main benefits of CASCADE are enhanced availability
and service predictability, as well as easy dynamic code deployment
and consistency maintenance.
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