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DOCUMENTATION 》 TOFFEE-DataCenter a TOFFEE variant for Data Center applications

TOFFEE-DataCenter a TOFFEE variant for Data Center applications: TOFFEE Data-Center (a variant of TOFFEE) is specifically meant for Data Center, Cluster Computing, HPC, SDN, VM applications. TOFFEE is built in Linux Kernel core. TOFFEE Data-Center will have basic minimal kernel module plus TOFFEE user-space components. The entire packet processing is done within user-space. And these modules can be spawned according to the load, and system's hardware capabilities. In a typical Gigabit system, you can have 10-100 such threads executing simultaneously. And if required based on the load, new threads can be spawned dynamically. With high-speed load balancing systems, you can build a complete WAN Optimization hardware cluster based on TOFFEE Data-Center variant. Here is an example of TOFFEE Data-Center deployment in which TOFFEE Data-Center is deployed in single or in multiple servers with optional load-balancers.
* Here are the TOFFEE-DataCenter supported features.

TOFFEE-DataCenter WAN Optimization

Learn more about: TOFFEE WAN Optimization deployment



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TOFFEE - WAN Optimization


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💎 TOFFEE-MOCHA new bootable ISO: Download
💎 TOFFEE Data-Center Big picture and Overview: Download PDF


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TOFFEE-DataCenter WAN Optimization - Google Hangouts Demo and VOIP Optimization ↗
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TOFFEE DataCenter WAN Optimization - Google Hangouts demo and VOIP Optimization ↗
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DIY TOFFEE WAN Optimization Device with Intel Celeron Mini PC ↗
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Here is a step-by-step DIY to build your own Intel based Mini PC WAN Optimization Device with TOFFEE. I chose this below Intel Celeron Mini PC since it is fan-less aluminium case and as well it has 2 dedicated inbuilt Gigabit Ethernet ports. You can use one for LAN Network and one for WAN Network.

TOFFEE-Butterscotch Documentation :: TOFFEE-Butterscotch-1.0.11-rpi2-23-nov-2016 ↗
Saturday' 13-Mar-2021
TOFFEE-Butterscotch Documentation :: TOFFEE-Butterscotch-1.0.11-rpi2-23-nov-2016

Tracking Live TCP Sessions (connections) - WAN Optimization Device ↗
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Why TOFFEE is forked from TrafficSqueezer ↗
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TrafficSqueezer is an open-source WAN Optimization project. TrafficSqueezer is mainly a research project which is started around mid-2006. It is initially started as a research (or prototype) code even before it is officially registered in Sourceforge.net. But this code is just primitive user-space raw socket modules. This is later refined and a pre-alpha version is created. Followed by which Alpha release. This prototype code is moved from user-space to Linux Kernel (Kernel Space) and then the journey begin in terms of making a serious WAN Optimization solution. Once the pre-beta and beta releases are complete the mainstream series is started.



Network MTU research and optimization of WAN Links ↗
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Network MTU research and optimization of WAN Links

Building my own CDN - choosing a web-hosting to deploy my CDN - Update: 28-July-2016 ↗
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The TOFFEE Project website is hosted on Inmotion Hosting. And so I am looking for alternate hosting provider to build my first CDN node. My plan is to make multiple sub-domains of my website such as cdn1.the-toffee-project.org, cdn2.the-toffee-project.org and point each of this corresponding subdomain(s) to various alternative web hosting servers geographically spread across the world. Sometimes choosing the same vendor for multiple CDN nodes may result multiple servers existing in the data-center. And this becomes an issue if there is some catastrophic network disaster.

Setting up a WAN Emulator within VirtualBox ↗
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Featured Educational Video:
Watch on Youtube - [16674//1] 294 - VRF - Virtual Routing and Forwarding - Introduction ↗

TOFFEE-Mocha WAN Emulator Jitter Feature ↗
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TOFFEE-Mocha WAN Emulation software development - Update: 18-June-2016 ↗
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In the previous update (17-Jun-2016) I discussed about the upcoming new Random Packet drop feature along with other completed features. Now I completed the entire TOFFEE-Mocha Random packet drop feature. I completed all the kernel components and the UI support of the same. And to make GUI settings more organized I split the earlier Basic-Settings page into two separate pages namely: Packet Drop and Packet Delay. So this way it is simple to understand settings according to their functionality.

Internet optimization through TOFFEE-DataCenter WAN Optimization Demo ↗
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TOFFEE (and TOFFEE-DataCenter) deployment with VPN devices ↗
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In case if you need to deploy TOFFEE along with your existing VPN devices you can deploy the same as shown below. This will allow your VPN devices to encrypt your TOFFEE WAN Optimized network data. NOTE: Make sure about the VPN deployment topology done in the right order. Else TOFFEE (LAN side) may get VPN encrypted packets which may not be possible (and or difficult) to further optimize. Hence always make sure to deploy them in a topology suggested below so that TOFFEE devices are out of VPN tunnel.




Riverbed and Silver Peak WAN Optimization vs TOFFEE-DataCenter (TOFFEE and or TrafficSqueezer) - FAQ ↗
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Research :: Optimization of network data (WAN Optimization) at various levels:
Network File level network data WAN Optimization


Learn Linux Systems Software and Kernel Programming:
Linux, Kernel, Networking and Systems-Software online classes [CDN]


Hardware Compression and Decompression Accelerator Cards:
TOFFEE Architecture with Compression and Decompression Accelerator Card [CDN]


TOFFEE-DataCenter on a Dell Server - Intel Xeon E5645 CPU:
TOFFEE-DataCenter screenshots on a Dual CPU - Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz - Dell Server