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The Performance Analysis of Multi-Layer Split-Protocol

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DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2018.69008    258 Downloads   554 Views


The growing need for high-performance networking is achieved with parallel processing; several networking functions are processed concurrently in order to accomplish a performance Networking Architecture. Open systems interconnection (OSI) model is an example of multi-layering structure, and each layer performs definite function unique to that layer. OSI model works on pass it on principle, and it is divided in two stacks lower stack and upper stack. Layers 4 - 7 represent upper stack and responsible for data applications. The remaining 1 - 3 layers represent the lower stack and mostly involve in data movement. There are many techniques are available for server optimization enhancing the availability by distributing the load among peer servers. According to our knowledge, nobody has implemented such splitting architecture across the entire OSI model. In this paper, we present multilayer Split-protocol (MLSP) a high performance, reliable and secure technique for spiting an application or network protocol across OSI model, and we present the design, implementation, and empirical performance evaluation of MLSP. It is the ideal choice for Cloud services where each functional component is considered an independent of each other.

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Rawal, B. (2018) The Performance Analysis of Multi-Layer Split-Protocol. Journal of Computer and Communications, 6, 106-125. doi: 10.4236/jcc.2018.69008.

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