Load prediction models in web-based systems

@inproceedings{Andreolini2006LoadPM,
  title={Load prediction models in web-based systems},
  author={M. Andreolini and S. Casolari},
  booktitle={valuetools '06},
  year={2006}
}
  • M. Andreolini, S. Casolari
  • Published in valuetools '06 2006
  • Computer Science
  • Run-time management of modern Web-based services requires the integration of several algorithms and mechanisms for job dispatching, load sharing, admission control, overload detection. All these algorithms should take decisions on the basis of present and/or future load conditions of the system resources. In particular, we address the issue of predicting future resource loads under real-time constraints in the context of Internet-based systems. In this situation, it is extremely difficult to… CONTINUE READING
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