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One of the challenges of designing a service in a Service-Oriented Architecture(SOA) environment is understanding the implied concept of Quality of Service (QoS): not just what it is, but also how it is actually measured and represented.  
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One of the of designing a service in a Service-Oriented Architecture(SOA) environment is understanding the implied concept of Quality of Service (QoS): not just what it is, but also how it is actually measured and represented.  
 
This Master Project will happen in the context of the SeQual project (a collaboration project among IBM and several ICT and communication companies), and will focus on:
 
This Master Project will happen in the context of the SeQual project (a collaboration project among IBM and several ICT and communication companies), and will focus on:
  

Revision as of 15:14, 22 February 2010


has title::Defining a QoS viewpoint in a SOA environment
status: ongoing
Student name: student name::Ana I. Belchior Oliveira Almeida
number: student number::1824783
Dates
Start start date:=2010/03/01
End end date:=2010/09/01
Supervision
Supervisor: Patricia Lago
Company: has company::IBM
Poster: has poster::Media:Media:Posternaam.pdf

Signature supervisor



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Abstract

One of the of designing a service in a Service-Oriented Architecture(SOA) environment is understanding the implied concept of Quality of Service (QoS): not just what it is, but also how it is actually measured and represented. This Master Project will happen in the context of the SeQual project (a collaboration project among IBM and several ICT and communication companies), and will focus on:

- performance-oriented issues in a SOA environment

- performance requirements, Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and assessment criteria

- study of modelling notations in order to investigate their capability in what concerns the modelling of these constraints.