Her primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Web server, Server, Distributed computing and Operating system. Her study in Web server is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Routing, Service-oriented architecture, Service, Cache and File server. Her studies in Cache integrate themes in fields like The Internet and Database.
As part of one scientific family, she deals mainly with the area of Server, narrowing it down to issues related to the Round-robin DNS, and often Node and Load balancing. Her work deals with themes such as Synchronization, Queue and Scalability, which intersect with Distributed computing. Renu Tewari has researched Operating system in several fields, including Sequential consistency, Consistency and Web page.
Her primary areas of investigation include Operating system, Cache, Distributed computing, File system and Database. Her work on Cache algorithms and Cache hierarchy as part of general Cache research is frequently linked to Materialized view, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Distributed computing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Consistency, Scalability, Server and Locality of reference.
While the research belongs to areas of Scalability, Renu Tewari spends her time largely on the problem of Web server, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Computer network, Multiprotocol Label Switching and Router. The various areas that she examines in her Computer network study include Temporal isolation among virtual machines and The Internet. Her Server study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Domain Name System, Round-robin DNS, Application server, Node and Bandwidth.
Her primary areas of study are Operating system, File system, Database, Versioning file system and Set. Her is doing research in Computer file, Unix file types, Cache, Virtual machine and Global Namespace, both of which are found in Operating system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Event, Offset and Wide area network in addition to Cache.
Her File system research includes elements of Block, Directory and Shared memory. Her Database study incorporates themes from Root directory and Stub. Dirty data is a subfield of Computer network that Renu Tewari investigates.
Renu Tewari mainly investigates Operating system, File system, Virtual machine, Set and Versioning file system. Her research in Operating system intersects with topics in Sequential consistency and Distributed computing. The various areas that Renu Tewari examines in her File system study include Fault tolerance, Transaction data, Node and Cache.
Her studies in Versioning file system integrate themes in fields like Indexed file and Unix file types. Renu Tewari has researched Unix file types in several fields, including File Control Block and Self-certifying File System. Her Computer data storage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Consistency and Database.
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A scalable and highly available web server
D.M. Dias;W. Kish;R. Mukherjee;R. Tewari.
COMPCON '96. Technologies for the Information Superhighway Digest of Papers (1996)
On the effectiveness of DNS-based server selection
A. Shaikh;R. Tewari;M. Agrawal.
international conference on computer communications (2001)
Design considerations for distributed caching on the Internet
R. Tewari;M. Dahlin;H.M. Vin;J.S. Kay.
international conference on distributed computing systems (1999)
Buffering and caching in large-scale video servers
A. Dan;D.M. Dias;R. Mukherjee;D. Sitaram.
ieee computer society international conference (1995)
Method and apparatus for content-aware web switching
Arup Acharya;Anees A. Shaikh;Renu Tewari;Dinesh C. Verma.
DBProxy: a dynamic data cache for web applications
K. Amiri;Sanghyun Park;R. Tewari;S. Padmanabhan.
international conference on data engineering (2003)
TAPER: tiered approach for eliminating redundancy in replica synchronization
Navendu Jain;Mike Dahlin;Renu Tewari.
file and storage technologies (2005)
Resource-based caching for Web servers
Renu Tewari;Harrick M. Vin;Asit Dan;Dinkar Sitaram.
conference on multimedia computing and networking (1997)
Kernel Mechanisms for Service Differentiation in Overloaded Web Servers
Thiemo Voigt;Renu Tewari;Douglas Freimuth;Ashish Mehra.
usenix annual technical conference (2001)
Method and apparatus for distributed application execution
Seraphin B. Calo;Anees A. Shaikh;Renu Tewari;Dinesh C. Verma.
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