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Evaluating the Scalability of Enterprise JavaBeans Technology

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Evaluating the Scalability of Enterprise JavaBeans Technology
One of the major problems in building large-scale distributed systems is to anticipate the performance of the eventual solution before it has been built. This problem is especially germane to Internet-based ebusiness applications, where failure to provide high performance and scalability can lead to application and business failure. The fundamental software engineering problem is compounded by many factors, including individual application diversity, software architecture trade-offs, COTS component integration requirements, and differences in performance of various software and hardware infrastructures. In this paper, we describe the results of an empirical investigation into the scalability of a widely used distributed component technology, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB). A benchmark application is developed and tested to measure the performance of a system as both the client load and component infrastructure are scaled up. A scalability metric from the literature is then applied to anal...
Yan (Jenny) Liu, Ian Gorton, Anna Liu, Shiping Che
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where APSEC
Authors Yan (Jenny) Liu, Ian Gorton, Anna Liu, Shiping Chen
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