... for a highly specific (distributed) low overhead delivery system designed to work within the (constantly changing) limitations specified by MSPs the
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, Jan 1, 2010
--- On Thu, 12/31/09, Jacqui Caren-home <jacqui.caren@...> wrote:
for a highly specific (distributed) low overhead delivery system designed to work within the (constantly changing) limitations specified by MSPs the changes postfix required would have ended up as a re-write to work with any decent performance.
If MSP's force you to throttle your delivery speed, how does a distributed delivery system help? Since it is presumably intended to increase throughput/speed, it seems counter-intuitive as you will reach their limits faster.
I *know* other commercial MSP's (our competitors) also use custom delivery subsystems although I think we are currently the only ones with a distributed delivery system that uses active MSP delivery profiles and MSP "delivery load balance" :-)
This is very interesting. Can you share any info or background on MSP profiles and their load balancing requirements?
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