Link: Moving Beyond End-to-End Path Information to Optimize CDN Performance

Moving Beyond End-to-End Path Information to Optimize CDN Performance

Our main result is that redirecting every client to the server with least latency does not suffice to optimize client latencies. First, even though most clients are served by a geographically nearby CDN node, a sizeable fraction of clients experience latencies several tens of milliseconds higher than other clients in the same region. Second, we find that queueing delays often override the benefits of a client interacting with a nearby server.

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