|Title:||A Case for Efficient Portable Serialization in CORBA
|Authors:||Roy Friedman and Erez Hadad
|Abstract:||This technical note reports on the dramatic improvement in performance that was obtained in FTS, a CORBA replication service, by simply replacing the standard portable serialization and de-serialization mechanism with an optimized one that is still portable. The surprising result is that although serialization and de-serialization only accounts for a marginal fraction of the latency in serving clients' requests, both the throughput and the overall latency gains were dramatic. This paper analyzes the default mechanism vs. the optimized one, and explains this counter-intuitive result. Interestingly, the lessons from this work are valid for any multi-threaded server based system.|
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