Distributed Objects and Applications, International Symposium on (2000)
Sept. 21, 2000 to Sept. 23, 2000
Henk J. Sips , Delft University of Technology
Ihor Kuz , Delft University of Technology
Patrick Verkaik , Vrije Universiteit
Maarten van Steen , Vrije Universiteit
A corporate website is the virtual representation of a corporation or organization on the Internet. Corporate websites face numerous problems due to their large size and complexity, and the non-scalability of the underlying Web infrastructure. Current solutions to these problems generally rely on traditional scaling techniques such as caching and replication. These are usually too restrictive, however, taking a one-size-fits-all approach and applying the same solution to every document. We propose Globe as a foundation upon which to build scalable corporate websites, and introduce GlobeDoc, a website model based on Globe distributed shared objects. This paper describes GlobeDoc, highlighting the design and technical details of the infrastructure.
Henk J. Sips, Ihor Kuz, Patrick Verkaik, Maarten van Steen, "A Distributed-Object Infrastructure for Corporate Websites", Distributed Objects and Applications, International Symposium on, vol. 00, no. , pp. 165, 2000, doi:10.1109/DOA.2000.874188