Cover of: Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems | Karama Kanoun

Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems

  • 2.31 MB
  • 2059 Downloads
  • English
by
John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. , New York
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24251995M
ISBN 139780470370834

Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems includes contributions from a credible mix of industrial and academic sources: IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Critical Software, Carnegie Mellon University, LAAS-CNRS, Technical University of Valencia, University of Coimbra, and University of Illinois.

It is an invaluable resource for Cited by: Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems consists of contributions from a good mix of economic and academic sources: IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Photo voltaic Microsystems, Important Software program program, Carnegie Mellon School, LAAS-CNRS, Technical School of Valencia, School of Coimbra, and School of Illinois.

Dependability benchmarking for computer systems. [Karama Kanoun; Lisa Spainhower;] "This is a technical book for sophisticated systems developments and implementers, but it is an excellent read for that audience, on a pressing topic for today's infrastructure planning and design." 5 Dependability Benchmark for OLTP Systems -- 6.

In their book [], Kanoun and Spainhower collected some dependability benchmarks for computer systems developed by industry and academia and explained the various principles and concepts of.

Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems includes contributions from a credible mix of industrial and academic sources: IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Critical Software, Carnegie Mellon University, LAAS-CNRS, Technical University of Valencia, University of. Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems July July Read More.

Authors: Karama Kanoun, ; Lisa Spainhower. Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems includes contributions from a credible mix of industrial and academic sources: IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Critical Software, Carnegie.

Dependability benchmarking is without doubt a valuable support for system integration, mainly for COTS-based systems. The work of the Special Interest Group on Dependability Benchmarking led to the publication of the first (and unique) book on dependability benchmarking, published in Cited by: 2.

Dependability and Computer Engineering: Concepts Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems book Software-Intensive Systems offers a state-of-the-art overview of the dependability research, from engineering various software-intensive systems to validating existing IT-frameworks and solving generic and particular problems related to the dependable use of IT in our society.

It is important. Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems consists of contributions from a reputable combine of commercial and educational sources: IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Solar Microsystems, Essential Software program, Carnegie Mellon College, LAAS-CNRS, Technical College of Valencia, College of Coimbra, and College of Illinois.

Discussing new ideas, research results and developments in the design, implementation, maintenance and analysis of complex computer systems, it is of interest to researchers and practitioners who are dealing with dependability issues in such systems. Dependability analysis came as a response to new challenges in the evaluation of contemporary.

Details Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems EPUB

This book gathers the Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Dependability and Complex Systems (DepCoS-RELCOMEX), held in Brunów, Poland, July 1–5, and offers general aspects and dependability of systems, networks theory, and communication technology. In systems engineering, dependability is a measure of a system's availability, reliability, and its maintainability, and maintenance support performance, and, in some cases, other characteristics such as durability, safety and security.

In software engineering, dependability is the ability to provide services that can defensibly be trusted within a time-period. Implementing a well-planned benchmarking program is essential for competition.

However, while benchmarking is widely used to measure computer performance in a deterministic and reproducible manner, allowing users to appreciate the capacity of their computer systems properly, dependability benchmarking is hardly : Karama Kanoun.

Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems includes contributions from a credible mix of industrial and academic sources: IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Critical Software, Carnegie Mellon University, LAAS-CNRS, Technical University of Valencia, University of Coimbra, and University of Illinois.

It is an invaluable resource for. Yves Crouzet, Karama Kanoun, in Advances in Computers, Appendix Brief Overview of the Chapters 2 in Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems.

Chapter 1 describes an autonomic computing benchmark which measures system resiliency. In common with other benchmarks, it has a quantitative throughput metric to capture the impact of disturbances. the design and implementation of the freebsd operating system and algorithms used in implementing the systems facilities.

As a result, this book can be used as an operating systems textbook, a practical reference, or an in-depth study of a contemporary, portable, open-source operating system.

Dependability Benchmarking for Computer. “Benchmarking the Dependability of Windows NT, and XP,” in Proc. International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN ), pp.Florence, Italy, • K.

Kanoun, Y. Crouzet, A. Kalakech, A.-E. Rugina and Ph. Rumeau, “Benchmarking the Dependability of Windows and Linux using PostMark.

The book, entitled “Performance and Dependability in Service Computing: Concepts, Techniques and Research Directions” is conceived under this perspective and offers some state-of-the-art contributions covering concepts, principles, methodologies, modeling, engineering approaches, applications, and recent technological developments that can.

Topics covered Dependability properties Sociotechnical systems Redundancy and diversity Dependable processes Formal methods and dependability 30/10/ Chapter 10 Dependable Systems 2 3. System dependability For many computer-based systems, the most important system property is the dependability of the system.

Download Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems FB2

The dependability of a system. The first edition of his book helped to establish the concept of benchmarking in the mainstream of organizational practice.

For those of you who don't know, benchmarking is a continuous-improvement strategy that seeks to improve products, services or operations by comparing them with the best practices of industry competitors and other Cited by: Katinka Wolter is a senior researcher at the Free University Berlin, where she leads a research group working on Quality of Service in wireless networks and dependability of service-oriented architectures.

Her interests are in performance and reliability modeling and the evaluation of computer and communication systems, networks, and applications. This book gathers together all dependability benchmarksdeveloped to date by industry and academia and explains the variousprinciples and concepts of dependability benchmarking.

It collectsthe expert knowledge of DBench, a research project funded by theEuropean Union, and the IFIP Special Interest Group onDependability Benchmarking, to shed. Examples of Benchmarking Results E. Marsden, J.-C. Fabre, J. Arlat, “Dependability of CORBA Systems: Service Characterization by Fault Injection,” Proc.

SRDS, Osaka, Japan,pp.

Description Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems EPUB

Bit-flips into code segment SYNC functional component Bit-flips into interobject messages System call parameter corruption at API Restart duration. The Art of Benchmarking Without a doubt, benchmarking is one of the most controversial subjects in the computer industry.

This is understandable, given the number of exaggerated performance claims that consumers are exposed to on a daily basis. As a result, the process of benchmarking is often viewed with doubt and Size: KB. Dependability benchmarking: agreement about FI interfaces and R & M sets Derivation of dependability measures Security: vulnerabilities and attacks Openess: highly interactive systems (incl.

embedded systems) Evolvability: high change rate of TS —> on-line assessment Usability, Scalability. BenchWork @ ECOOP 2 Benchmarking § Performance benchmarks are an established practice in the computer industry since decades § SPEC (CPU, graphics, storage, ) § TPC (OLTP, big data, ) § In many systems, high reliability and availability is equally (or even more) important than performance.

§ Telecom, automotive, healthcare, etc. Open Systems Dependability: Dependability Engineering for Ever-Changing Systems, Second Edition - CRC Press Book The book describes a fundamentally new approach to software dependability, considering a software system as an ever-changing system due to changes in service objectives, users’ requirements, standards and regulations, and to.

A comprehensive collection of benchmarks for measuring dependability in hardware-software systems. As computer systems have become more complex and mission-critical, it is imperative for systems engineers and researchers to have metrics for a system's.

The goal of the Dependability Benchmarking Workshop is to provide a forum for the computer industry and academia to discuss problems associated with the evaluation and characterization of dependability and maintainability of components and computer systems. The identification of dependability benchmarking measures and the essential technologies.

Dependability Benchmarking for Computer Systems Author: Karama Kanoun ISBNISBN X Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated Date: August Core Concepts of Information Systems Auditing (1st Edition).17 Work on dependability benchmarking (1) Special Interest Group on Dependability Benchmarking (SIGDeB) Created by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working Group in Promote the research, practice, and adoption of benchmarks for computer systems dependability.2 Schneider l work on software fault tolerance was initiated by B.

Randell 4, later it was complemented by N-version programming 5. The formation of the IEEE-CS TC on Fault-Tolerant Computing in and of IFIP WG Dependable Computing and Fault Tolerance in accelerated the emergence of a consistent set of concepts and terminology.