An Analysis on Performance Evaluation of Intermediate Web Traffic applying Web Optimizer


Author(s): Dewan Juel Rahman, Atikur Rahman

Usage of Internet is growing rapidly at this time in all over the world. Among all other services, the World Wide Web is the most popular Internet applications. Internet contains various useful information and therefore, the dependency on Internet is increasing day by day. Providing Internet facilities as a tool to complete mundane activities becomes quite common in schools, colleges, government and non-government organizations etc. However, the process of digitalization has not been achieved as desired due to the lack of infrastructure, awareness and proper use of technologies. Developing countries like Bangladesh are still struggling to provide Internet facilities to all other citizens. The availability of Internet at the user end and high expense of Internet data are the main obstacles right now. There are so many technologies working together on server side to handle the thousands of client’s requests at minimum possible time. Those thousand requests come back with thousand responses. All of those messages and contents use Internet as their communication medium and those contents are also known as web traffic. Existing Technologies like web cache and Content Data Network (CDN) work to reduce the web traffic by caching it locally to serve it later. There are few scopes to improve the current technologies. The goal of this thesis is to reduce the web traffic that will lead to faster web browsing experience. Here “Cache Tree” and “LiteWeb” have been introduced and few existing technologies have been modified to work as “Cache Broadcasting” and “Cache Sharing”.