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Joel M Wein, John Josef Kloninger, Mark C Nottingham, David R Karger, Philip A Lisiecki: Content delivery network (CDN) content server request handling mechanism with metadata framework support. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, July 3, 2007: US07240100 (491 worldwide citation)

To serve content through a content delivery network (CDN), the CDN must have some information about the identity, characteristics and state of its target objects. Such additional information is provided in the form of object metadata, which according to the invention can be located in the request st ...


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Alexander Sherman, Philip A Lisiecki, Joel M Wein, Don A Dailey, John Dilley, William E Weihl: Method and system for purging content from a content delivery network. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, September 19, 2006: US07111057 (69 worldwide citation)

A content file purge mechanism for a content delivery network (CDN) is described. A Web-enabled portal is used by CDN customers to enter purge requests securely. A purge request identifies one or more content files to be purged. The purge request is pushed over a secure link from the portal to a pur ...


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Joel M Wein, John Josef Kloninger, Mark C Nottingham, David R Karger, Philip A Lisiecki: Content delivery network (CDN) content server request handling mechanism. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, February 21, 2012: US08122102 (16 worldwide citation)

To serve content through a content delivery network (CDN), the CDN must have some information about the identity, characteristics and state of its target objects. Such additional information is provided in the form of object metadata, which according to the invention can be located in the request st ...


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Alexander Sherman, Philip A Lisiecki, Joel M Wein, Don A Dailey, John Dilley, William E Weihl: Method and system for purging content from a content delivery network. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, September 11, 2012: US08266305 (12 worldwide citation)

A content file purge mechanism for a content delivery network (CDN) is described. A Web-enabled portal is used by CDN customers to enter purge requests securely. A purge request identifies one or more content files to be purged. The purge request is pushed over a secure link from the portal to a pur ...


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Joel M Wein, David R Karger, John Joseph Kloninger, Philip A Lisiecki, Mark C Nottingham: Content delivery network (CDN) content server request handling mechanism with metadata framework support. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, July 9, 2013: US08484319 (8 worldwide citation)

To serve content through a content delivery network (CDN), the CDN must have some information about the identity, characteristics and state of its target objects. Such additional information is provided in the form of object metadata, which according to the invention can be located in the request st ...


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Alexander Sherman, Philip A Lisiecki, Joel M Wein, Don A Dailey, John A Dilley, William E Weihl: Method and system for purging content from a content delivery network. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, April 14, 2015: US09009267 (6 worldwide citation)

A content file purge mechanism for a content delivery network (CDN) is described. A Web-enabled portal is used by CDN customers to enter purge requests securely. A purge request identifies one or more content files to be purged. The purge request is pushed over a secure link from the portal to a pur ...


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Alexander Sherman, Andrew D Berkheimer, Philip A Lisiecki, William E Weihl, Joel M Wein: Highly scalable, fault-tolerant file transport using vector-exchange. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, August 3, 2010: US07769874 (1 worldwide citation)

A file transport mechanism according to the invention is responsible for accepting, storing and distributing files, such as configuration or control files, to a large number of field machines. The mechanism is comprised of a set of servers that accept, store and maintain submitted files. The file tr ...


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Alexander Sherman, Andrew D Berkheimer, Philip A Lisiecki, William E Weihl, Joel M Wein: Highly scalable, fault tolerant file transport using vector exchange. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, June 7, 2011: US07958249

A file transport mechanism according to the invention is responsible for accepting, storing and distributing files, such as configuration or control files, to a large number of field machines. The mechanism is comprised of a set of servers that accept, store and maintain submitted files. The file tr ...


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Joel M Wein, John Josef Kloninger, Mark C Nottingham, David R Karger, Philip A Lisiecki: Content delivery network (CDN) content server request handling mechanism with metadata framework support. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, October 13, 2015: US09160704

To serve content through a content delivery network (CDN), the CDN must have some information about the identity, characteristics and state of its target objects. Such additional information is provided in the form of object metadata, which according to the invention can be located in the request st ...


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Joel M Wein, John Josef Kloninger, Mark C Nottingham, David R Karger, Philip A Lisiecki: Content delivery network (CDN) content server request handling mechanism with metadata framework support. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, December 19, 2017: US09847966

To serve content through a content delivery network (CDN), the CDN must have some information about the identity, characteristics and state of its target objects. Such additional information is provided in the form of object metadata, which according to the invention can be located in the request st ...