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CLIF, a framework based on Fractal for flexible, distributed load testing
- B. Dillenseger
- Computer ScienceAnn. des Télécommunications
- 1 February 2009
The CLIF load injection framework, which intends not to be yet another load testing platform, is introduced based on the Fractal component model, which aims at addressing key issues such as flexibility, adaptation, and scalability.
Self-scalable Benchmarking as a Service with Automatic Saturation Detection
A Benchmark-as-a-Service platform based on a intelligent generation of traffic to the benched application without inducing thrashing and a virtualized and self-scalable load injection system that was found to reduce the cost of testing by 50% compared to more commonly used solutions.
Introducing Queuing Network-Based Performance Awareness in Autonomic Systems
- Ahmed Harbaoui, Nabila Salmi, B. Dillenseger, J. Vincent
- Business, Computer ScienceSixth International Conference on Autonomic and…
- 7 March 2010
A global and partially automated process based on queues and queuing networks models to be able to predict the performance of a target configuration when a self-* feature is planning a system reconfiguration.
Performance characterization of black boxes with self-controlled load injection for simulation-based sizing
This work proposes a methodology that combines both solutions by first identifying a middle-grain model made of interconnected black boxes, and then to separately characterize the performance and resource consumption of these black boxes.
A Self-Scalable and Auto-Regulated Request Injection Benchmarking Tool for Automatic Saturation Detection
- A. Tchana, B. Dillenseger, Ahmed Harbaoui
- Computer ScienceIEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing
- 1 July 2014
A Benchmark-as-a-Service platform based on intelligent generation of traffic to the benched application without inducing thrashing and a virtualized and self-scalable load injection system that was found to reduce the cost of testing by 50 percent compared to more commonly used solutions.
From Interoperability to Cooperation: Building Intelligent Agents on Middleware
- B. Dillenseger
- Computer ScienceIATA
- 1 June 1999
Several experiments are reported, carried out during the five past years in the agent platforms field, mixing both the intelligence and the middleware aspects.
Programming and Executing Telecommunication Service Logic with Moorea Reactive Mobile Agents
A reactive mobile agent platform, based on a synchronous programming model, a flexible object request broker, and OMG's MAF specifications on mobile agent systems interoperability is presented, featuring transparent and dynamic distributed system reconfiguration.
Model-Based Performance Anticipation in Multi-tier Autonomic Systems: Methodology and Experiments
A global and partially automated process based on queues and queuing networks modelling to introduce performance prediction of a possible target configuration when a self-* feature is planning a system reconfiguration.
A self‐scalable load injection service
- A. Tchana, N. D. Palma, B. Dillenseger, Xavier Etchevers
- Computer ScienceSoftw. Pract. Exp.
- 1 May 2015
A Benchmark‐as‐a‐Service solution that automatically scales the load injection platform and facilitates its setup according to load profiles is described, based on virtualization of the benchmarking platform to create self‐scaling injectors.