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Towards Self-Aware Performance and Resource Management in Modern Service-Oriented Systems

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Towards Self-Aware Performance and Resource Management in Modern Service-Oriented Systems
Abstract—Modern service-oriented systems have increasingly complex loosely-coupled architectures that often exhibit poor performance and resource efficiency and have high operating costs. This is due to the inability to predict at runtime the effect of dynamic changes in the system environment (e.g., varying service workloads) and adapt the system configuration accordingly. In this paper, we describe a longterm vision and approach for designing systems with built-in self-aware performance and resource management capabilities. We advocate the use of architecture-level performance models extracted dynamically from the evolving system configuration and maintained automatically during operation. The models will be exploited at run-time to adapt the system to changes in the environment ensuring that resources are utilized efficiently and performance requirements are continuously satisfied.
Samuel Kounev, Fabian Brosig, Nikolaus Huber, Ralf
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where IEEESCC
Authors Samuel Kounev, Fabian Brosig, Nikolaus Huber, Ralf Reussner
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