- Amannejad Yasaman (author); Krishnamurthy Diwakar (author); Far Behrouz (author)
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- Delivering fast response times for user transactions is a critical requirement for Web services. Often, a Web service has Service Level Agreements (SLA) with its users that quantify how quickly the service has to respond to a user transaction. Typically, SLAs stipulate requirements for Web service response time percentiles, e.g., a specified target for the 95th percentile of response time. Violating SLAs can have adverse consequences for a Web service operator. Consequently, operators require systematic techniques to predict Web service response time percentiles. Existing prediction techniques are very time consuming since they often involve manual construction of queuing or machine...
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