Performance Prediction of J2EE Applications Using Messaging Protocols

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Performance Prediction of J2EE Applications Using Messaging Protocols
Abstract. Predicting the performance of component-based applications is difficult due to the complexity of the underlying component technology. This problem is exacerbated when a messaging protocol is introduced to create a loosely coupled software architecture. Messaging uses asynchronous communication, and must address quality of service issues such as message persistence and flow control. In this paper, we present an approach to predicting the performance of Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) applications using messaging services. The prediction is done during application design, without access to the application implementation. This is achieved by modeling the interactions among J2EE and messaging components using queuing network models, calibrating the performance model with architecture attributes associated with these components, and populating the model parameters using a lightweight, application-independent benchmark. Benchmarking avoids the need for prototype testing in order t...
Yan Liu, Ian Gorton
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where CBSE
Authors Yan Liu, Ian Gorton
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