Object caching is a desirable feature to improve the both scalability and performance of distributed application systems for information infrastructure, the information management system leveraging the power of network computing. However, in order to exploit such benefits, we claim that the following problems: cache server placement, cache replacement, and cache synchronization, should be considered when designing any object cache system. We are under developing DOC: a Distributed Object Caching, as a part of building our information infrastructures. In this paper, we show how each problem is interrelated, and focus to highlight how we handle cache server deployment problem.
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