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    • A Resource Management Framework for Predictable Quality of Service in Web Servers 

      Aron, Mohit; Druschel, Peter; Iyer, Sitaram (2003-07-07)
      This paper presents a resource management framework for providing predictable quality of service (QoS) in Web servers. The framework allows Web server and proxy operators to ensure a probabilistic minimal QoS level, expressed ...
    • Differentiated and Predictable Quality of Service in Web Server Systems 

      Aron, Mohit (2000-10-31)
      As the World Wide Web experiences increasing commercial and mission-critical use, server systems are expected to deliver high and predictable performance. The phenomenal improvement in microprocessor speeds, coupled with ...
    • End-to-End TCP Congestion Control over ATM Networks 

      Aron, Mohit; Druschel, Peter (1997-02-12)
      It is well documented that the effective throughput of TCP can suffer on plain ATM networks. Several research efforts have aimed at developing additions to ATM networks like Early Packet Discard that avoid TCP throughput ...
    • TCP Implementation Enhancements for Improving Webserver Performance 

      Aron, Mohit; Druschel, Peter (1999-07-06)
      This paper studies the performance of BSD-based TCP implementations in Web servers. We find that lack of scalability with respect to high TCP connection rates reduces the throughput of Web servers by up to 25% and imposes ...
    • TCP: Improving Startup Dynamics by Adaptive Timers and Congestion Control 

      Aron, Mohit; Druschel, Peter (1998-06-03)
      This paper studies the startup dynamics of TCP on both high as well as low bandwidth-delay network paths and proposes a set of enhancements that improve both the latency as well as throughput of relatively short TCP ...
    • Techniques for Efficient Cell-Level ATM Simulations 

      Aron, Mohit; Brakmo, Lawrence (2000-02)
      This paper investigates the efficiency of a network simulator in simulating ATM networks with UBR service and compares it to the the efficiency of simulating conventional packet networks. A network simulator can be highly ...