Project SNIFFER: Content Server Discovery Based on PlanetLab Infrastructure

Marcin Borkowski , Marcin Pilarski , Andrzej Bąk , Piotr Gajowniczek , Paweł Grochocki


The service architecture of the Internet becomes more and more complex as it expands as a medium for large-scale distribution of diverse content. The dynamic growth of various content distribution systems deployed by influential Internet companies, content distributors, aggregators and owners, has substantial impact on the distribution of network traffic and the scalability of various Internet services. The SNIFFER project, presented in this paper, aims to create a service based on the OpenLab and PlanetLab environment for observing and tracking the long-term growth of various Internet Storage Networks (grids, clouds, Content Delivery Networks, Information-Centric Networks). It will be useful to track and map the spread of such Storage Networks on global scale, providing more insight into the evolution of Internet towards a content-centric, distributed delivery model.
Author Marcin Borkowski (FMIS)
Marcin Borkowski,,
- Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science
, Marcin Pilarski (FMIS)
Marcin Pilarski,,
- Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science
, Andrzej Bąk (FEIT / IT)
Andrzej Bąk,,
- The Institute of Telecommunications
, Piotr Gajowniczek (FEIT / IT)
Piotr Gajowniczek,,
- The Institute of Telecommunications
, Paweł Grochocki
Paweł Grochocki,,
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Book Kotrys Robert, Remlein Piotr, Szulakiewicz Paweł, Łopińska Marzena (eds.): XVII Poznańskie Warsztaty Telekomunikacyjne, 2013, ul. Polanka 3, 60-965 Poznań, Wydział Elektroniki i Telekomunikacji Politechnika Poznańska , ISBN 978-83-925-2271-3, 94 p.
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