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Memory Estimation of Internet Server Using Queuing Theory: Comparative Study Between M/G/1, G/M/1 & G/G/1 Queuing Model

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Executive Summary

How to effectively allocate system resource to process the Client request by Gateway servers is a challenging problem. In this paper, the authors propose an improved scheme for autonomous performance of Gateway servers under highly dynamic traffic loads. They devise a methodology to calculate Queue Length and Waiting Time utilizing Gateway Server information to reduce response time variance in presence of bursty traffic. The most widespread contemplation is performance, because Gateway Servers must offer cost-effective and high-availability services in the elongated period, thus they have to be scaled to meet the expected load. Performance measurements can be the base for performance modeling and prediction.

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