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QMON: QoS- and Utility-Aware Monitoring in Enterprise Systems

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QMON: QoS- and Utility-Aware Monitoring in Enterprise Systems
Abstract— The scale, reliability, and cost requirements of enterprise data centers require automation of center management. Examples include provisioning, scheduling, capacity planning, logging and auditing. A key component of such automation functions is online monitoring. In contrast to monitoring systems designed for human users, a particular concern for online enterprise monitoring is Quality of Service (QoS). Since breaking service level agreements (SLAs) has direct financial and legal implications, enterprise monitoring must be conducted so as to maintain SLAs. This includes the ability to differentiate the QoS of monitoring itself for different classes of users or more generally, for software components subject to different SLAs. Thus, without embedding notions of QoS into the monitoring systems used in next generation data centers, it will not be possible to accomplish the desired automation of their operation. This paper both demonstrates the importance of QoS in monitoring...
Sandip Agarwala, Yuan Chen, Dejan S. Milojicic, Ka
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ICAC
Authors Sandip Agarwala, Yuan Chen, Dejan S. Milojicic, Karsten Schwan
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