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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey G Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Configurable adaptive global traffic control and management. Level 3 Communications, Brian Siritzky, October 26, 2010: US07822871 (159 worldwide citation)

A framework for delivery of Internet content includes a subscriber server network; and at least one domain name server constructed and adapted to provide policy-based domain name service, wherein, in response to a request to resolve a hostname, the domain name server resolves the hostname to at leas ...


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Mark Brady, Maksim Yevmenkin, Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Policy-based content delivery network selection. Level 3 Communications, Davidson Berquist Jackson & Gowdy, Brian Siritzky, December 28, 2010: US07860964 (114 worldwide citation)

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey G Koller, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton, Aric Hagberg: Policy-based content delivery network selection. Level 3 Communications, February 4, 2014: US08645517 (66 worldwide citation)

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey G Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Distributing requests across multiple content delivery networks based on subscriber policy. Level 3 Communications, December 1, 2015: US09203636 (3 worldwide citation)

A method, operable in a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from at least two distinct content delivery networks (CDNs). Responsive to a client request, one of the CDNs is selected, the selection being based at least in part on one or more policies set by th ...


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Marc H Goroff, Pang Chieh Chen, Christopher T Dean, Paul E Stolorz: High availability and disaster recovery using virtualization. QuorumLabs, SoCal IP Law Group, Steven C Sereboff, Jonathan Pearce, November 8, 2011: US08055937 (2 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed apparatus and processes which address problems in the area of providing high availability and disaster recovery for computing systems and the data in them. These apparatus and processes can be used to provide high availability and disaster recovery for a computing system to be pro ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey G Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Detecting anomalous conditions in a name server network. Level 3 Communications, October 30, 2018: US10116738

A method includes monitoring the operational status of at least some name servers in a name server network. Based on the monitoring, when an error or anomalous condition is detected at a particular name server, creating a policy to indicate the status of the particular name server. The policy is tak ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner: Configurable adaptive global traffic control and management. Cable & Wireless Internet Services, Pillsbury Winthrop, April 3, 2003: US20030065762-A1

A framework for delivery of Internet content includes a subscriber server network; and at least one domain name server constructed and adapted to provide policy-based domain name service, wherein, in response to a request to resolve a hostname, the domain name server resolves the hostname to at leas ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner: Policy-based content delivery network selection. Level 3 Communications, Davidson Berquist Jackson & Gowdey, September 4, 2008: US20080215718-A1

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner: Distributing requests across multiple content delivery networks based on subscriber policy. Level 3 Communications, Davidson Berquist Jackson & Gowdey, June 19, 2008: US20080147866-A1

A method, operable in a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from at least two distinct content delivery networks (CDNs). Responsive to a client request, one of the CDNs is selected, the selection being based at least in part on one or more policies set by th ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Mark Brady, Maksim Yevmenkin, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Policy-Based Content Delivery Network Selection. Level 3 Communications, June 16, 2011: US20110145386-A1

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...