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Internet applications have become indispensable for many business and personal processes, turning the performance of these applications into a key issue. For this reason, recent research has comprehensively
explored mechanisms for managing the performance of these applications, with special focus on dealing with overload situations and providing QoS guarantees to clients. This paper makes a survey on the
different proposals in the literature for managing Internet applications’ performance. We present a complete taxonomy that characterizes and classifies these proposals into several categories including request scheduling, admission control, service differentiation, dynamic resource management, service degradation, control theoretic approaches, works using queuing models, observation-based approaches
that use runtime measurements, and overall approaches combining several mechanisms. For each work, we provide a brief description in order to provide the reader with a global understanding of the research progress in this area.
CitationGuitart, J.; Torres, J.; Ayguadé, E. A Survey on Performance Management for Internet Applications. "Concurrency and computation. Practice and experience", 01 Gener 2010, vol. 22, núm. 1, p. 68-106.
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