Architectural Principles for Energy-Aware Internet-Scale Applications

@article{Bashroush2017ArchitecturalPF,
  title={Architectural Principles for Energy-Aware Internet-Scale Applications},
  author={Rabih Bashroush and Eoin Woods},
  journal={IEEE Software},
  year={2017},
  volume={34},
  pages={14-17}
}
Optimizing the energy consumption of today's Internet-scale systems will require a radical approach that considers the whole system. To address system-level energy efficiency, software architects can follow three simple design principles. A case study illustrates the possible savings. 

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    EOIN WOODS is the chief technology officer at Endava. Contact him at eoin.woods@endava.com

      RABIH BASHROUSH is a faculty member and director of the Enterprise Computing Research Group at the University of East London

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