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Page: Es-CAD (EsStar)
EsCAD (for Common Alerting Definition) allows us to define at who and how send an alert when a problem occurs. \Related Thematics\ \Related Projects\ \Related Results\ This figure below presents an example of this kind of definition. Currently, this definition ...
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Page: Es-QML (EsStar)
EsQML (for Quality Modeling language) is a specification that allows us to modelise QoS property such as latency or availiability for example as a service property of an agreement. \Related Thematics\ \Related Projects\ \Related Results\ The figure below presents an example of the definition of the latence ...
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Page: Es-RawReport (EsStar)
EsRawReport is a specification that allows us formalize reports sent by functional nodes of the ESB to a non functional one. A report contains information about services, retrieved at runtime, each time a service is invoked. The figure below shows when this information is intercepted ...
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Page: WS-Agreement (WsStar)
specification defines the concept of an Agreement. An agreement is contract negociated between a client and a provider essentially on QoS constraints such as latency or availability. Nevertheless, an agreement is just a empty canvas. The way to specify these contraints are not defined so, we have ...
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Page: WS-CAP (WsStar)
WSCAP (for Common Alerting Protocol) is a standard able to define the format of an Alert. The figure below presents an example of alert when SLO violation occurs: !alertExample.png align=center,border=1,width=678,height=244! \Related Thematics\ \Related ...
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Page: WS-DM (WsStar)
WSDM (for distributed management) is a specification that allows to manage and monitor Web Services. Currently, we just use an under set of the WSDMMOWS (for Management Of Web Service) specification that define how to monitor a Web Service. If you want more information ...
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