Measurement and Management of Internet Services

@inproceedings{Darst1999MeasurementAM,
  title={Measurement and Management of Internet Services},
  author={Chuck Darst and Sinivas Ramanatha},
  booktitle={Integrated Network Management},
  year={1999}
}
It is increasingly important for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to monitor their systems to detect problems in advance of customer complaints. Accurate, yet rapid, diagnosis of detected problems is essential for minimizing customer-perceived service downtimes. Such requirements warrant a new generation of technologies for service quality measurement and problem diagnosis. End-to-end performance management requires analysis of the ISP network, servers, applications, and infrastructure… CONTINUE READING

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