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Automated performance assessment for service-oriented middleware: a case study on BPEL engines

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Automated performance assessment for service-oriented middleware: a case study on BPEL engines
Middleware for Web service compositions, such as BPEL engines, provides the execution environment for services as well as additional functionalities, such as monitoring and self-tuning. Given its role in service provisioning, it is very important to assess the performance of middleware in the context of a Service-oriented Architecture (SOA). This paper presents SOABench, a framework for the automatic generation and execution of testbeds for benchmarking middleware for composite Web services and for assessing the performance of existing SOA infrastructures. SOABench defines a testbed model characterized by the composite services to execute, the workload to generate, the deployment configuration to use, the performance metrics to gather, the data analyses to perform on them, and the reports to produce. We have validated SOABench by benchmarking the performance of different BPEL engines. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.2.5 [Software Engineering]: Testing and Debugging— testing ...
Domenico Bianculli, Walter Binder, Mauro Luigi Dra
Added 14 May 2010
Updated 14 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where WWW
Authors Domenico Bianculli, Walter Binder, Mauro Luigi Drago
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