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POCA : A User Distributions Algorithm in Enterprise Systems with Clustering

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POCA : A User Distributions Algorithm in Enterprise Systems with Clustering
Abstract: As enterprises worldwide race to improve real-time management to improve productivity, customer services and flexibility, huge resources have been invested into enterprise systems (ESs). All modern ESs adopt an n-tier client-server architecture, which includes several application servers to hold users and applications. As in any other multi-server environment, the load distributions, and user distributions in particular, become a critical issue in tuning system performance. In stateful ESs, a user who logs onto an application server and stays connected to the server for an entire working session, which can last for days, evokes each application. Therefore, admitting a user onto an application server affects not only current but also future performance of that server. Although the n-tier architecture may involve web servers, there is little in the literature in Distributed Web Server Architectures that considers the effects of distributing users instead of individual requests ...
Ping-Yu Hsu, Ping-Ho Ting
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where JUCS
Authors Ping-Yu Hsu, Ping-Ho Ting
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