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2008

Trustworthy Web services provisioning for differentiated customer services

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Trustworthy Web services provisioning for differentiated customer services
With the number of e-Business applications dramatically increasing, a service level agreement (SLA) will play an important part in Web services. The SLA is a combination of several quality of services (QoS), such as security, performance, and availability, agreed between a customer and a service provider. Most existing research addresses only one of these QoS metrics. Furthermore, in the case of the response time defined as one of QoS metrics for performance, only the average time to process and complete a job is typically used. Moreover, customer requests often need to be distinguished, with different request characteristics and customer's different service requirements. In this paper, we consider a set of computer resources used by a service broker to host enterprise applications for two classes of differentiated customer services subject to a service level agreement. We study three QoS metrics, namely, trustworthiness, a percentile response time, and availability. The percenti...
Kaiqi Xiong, Harry G. Perros
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where TELSYS
Authors Kaiqi Xiong, Harry G. Perros
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