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Migration Mechanism of Communication Process for Load Balancing and Accuracy Improvement
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 Title & Authors
Migration Mechanism of Communication Process for Load Balancing and Accuracy Improvement
Lee, Shineun; Yoon, Gunjae; Choi, Hoon;
 
 Abstract
Migrim(Migration enhanced Grid Middleware) is a communication middleware between embedded devices and multiple servers. In traditional client-server communication, users' requests are sent to and processed by a designated server even though the server may suffer from a heavy load. In addition, the designated server may not have proper information to process the user's request correctly. Proposed connection migration mechanism and transaction migration mechanism are designed to improve the performance and accuracy of request processing. The connection migration is a procedure for delegating a connection to another server, which results in a well-distributed balancing of load among the servers. The transaction migration is a procedure for delegating a transaction to another server, and improves the accuracy of response.
 Keywords
communication middleware;connection migration;transaction migration;load balancing;response accuracy;
 Language
Korean
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