Achieving Class-Based QoS for Transactional Workloads

  title={Achieving Class-Based QoS for Transactional Workloads},
  author={Bianca Schroeder and Mor Harchol-Balter and Arun Iyengar and Erich M. Nahum},
  journal={22nd International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE'06)},
Transaction processing systems lie at the core of modern e-commerce applications such as on-line retail stores, banks and airline reservation systems. The economic success of these applications depends on the ability to achieve high user satisfaction, since a single mouse-click is all that it takes a frustrated user to switch to a competitor. Given that system resources are limited and demands are varying, it is difficult to provide optimal performance to all users at all times. However, often… CONTINUE READING
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