Performance Prediction of Web Service Workflows

  title={Performance Prediction of Web Service Workflows},
  author={Moreno Marzolla and Raffaela Mirandola},
Web Services play an important role in the Service-oriented Architecture paradigm, as they allow services to be selected on-the-fly to build applications out of existing components. In this scenario, the Business Process Execution Language notation can be used as an orchestration language which allows the user to describe interactions with Web Services in a standard way. The performance of a BPEL workflow is a very important factor for deciding which components must be selected, or to choose… CONTINUE READING
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