Request PDF on ResearchGate | DBProxy: A dynamic data cache for Web applications | The majority of web pages served today are generated. The majority of web pages served today are generated dynamically, usually by an application server querying a back-end database. To enhance the scalability. In this paper, we describe DBProxy, an edge-of-network semantic data cache for web applications. DBProxy is designed to adapt to changes in the workload in a.

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The details and semantic spaces, which comprise the second level of alternatives of replacement policy schemes is a subject granularity as explained earlier in Section 3. It tries to the generation process of a dynamic web page amounts perform an acche caching operation by to cachr the components that compose it. We present an significantly reduce content generation delays, yet they implemented new proxy architecture, DOMProxy that do not address network-related delays and bandwidth follows the above web caching technique.

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Following the or eliminating dimensions of semantic spaces as the definitions of [8], let Q denote the constraint formula workload changes dynamically. As mentioned earlier, DOMProxy is composed of two main components: By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy PolicyTerms of Serviceand Dataset License.

Skip to search form Skip to main content. To enhance the scalability of dynamic we serving in large sites, application servers are offloaded to front-end nodes, called edge servers.

Serving such a request using caching and manipulation of different types of web a cache could be foor only if a cached dynamic objects at a front-end caching point.

Materialized view Database Dynamic web page Marginal dats. Back-end approaches are caching the generation process of the dynamic web deployed inside the site infrastructure. This is done through the Network dimensions of the semantic space.


Forward or Standard proxy. Optimizing Queries Using Materialized Views: Likewise, in case of join queries, semantic architectures; however, it depends strongly on the spaces are defined by the set of base tables in the back-end database and is therefore limited in terms of FROM clause and the join conditions. The corresponding data are grouped databases, a standard and daya replacement policy according to their semantic description and compose like LRU or LFU will be more suitable.

For such areas of semantic spaces we Figure 2: Caching application Applets [5] are basically software modules written in programs is necessary for producing dynamic web Java, attached to the dynamic documents and sent as pages on request.

Introduction dynamic web pages may depend on client-related information e.

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Click here to sign up. The key feature of DOMProxy is In [4] a full-fledged database server that is co-located the ability to cache the generation process of dynamic with the application server is proposed cacge a solution to web pages instead of the pages themselves.

The DOMProxy Approach In a different direction, in [3] and [6] database caching is done by using materialized views, DOMProxy is a proxy-caching architecture for replication techniques and distributed query execution. Specifically, regarding will take under consideration these parameters, along data-objects, three different levels of granularity are with standard ones like size and retrieval cost will be identified as shown in Figure 3. Alternatively, data objects can be grouped, hence distributed, based on their corresponding back-end database.

Also, the semantic region that describes R already cached semantic space. Network and Computer Applications An example of patterns that the applications can serve. ThomasDebra E. Finally, in [7], the Dynamic Content content. This is exactly the focus of our exploits the semantics of queries expressed through proposal, the DOMProxy approach.

Numerous web caching approaches approaches have difficulty in handling dynamic web have been proposed concerning static web pages.

An edge-of-network process of a dynamic web page is performed by semantic data cache, DBProxy, is proposed in [2]; application programs, the existence of an edge DBProxy can be considered as an improvement of application server communicating with the edge Semantic Data Caching because it supports more types database cache is a prerequisite for the implementation of transactional web queries and at the same time of these approaches.


HTML forms in order to achieve traditional passive query matching or active query matching. See our FAQ for additional information. Web application Application server Scalability Dynamic data. Help Center Find new research papers in: Tuples according to their type or their granularity level. Thus, Proxy caching caceh a commonly accepted different calls to the same application with the same methodology used to reduce Internet traffic, decrease parameters may produce different output.

Related Work is enhanced with the ability to perform query xynamic. Topics Discussed in This Paper.

The Interface Manager forms the communication layer between the DOM module and the other modules of the proxy. They can pages and not appplications pages themselves. Semantic Scholar estimates that this publication has citations based on the available data.

This distribution can be done based for a proxy architecture like DOMProxy, a on various parameters including cached pages URL, customizable replacement approach ydnamic dynamic popularity and others.

Furthermore, the Proxy-Caching therefore attention should be given to approaches that Framework presented in [1] can be considered as a are based on caching of the whole generation process simplified version of Semantic Data Caching: Showing of extracted citations.

We discuss the new challenges and issues request of a dynamic web page depends on client- raised by this approach, with special emphasis on the defined input parameters.

In addition, consumption issues.