Chapter 14

A model-driven method for the design-time performance analysis of service-oriented software systems

Paolo Bocciarelli and Andrea D’Ambrogio,    University of Roma “Tor Vergata”, Roma, Italy

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is one of the prominent architectural paradigms recently adopted in the software development field. According to SOA principles, a distributed software system can be seen as an orchestration of software services deployed and executed onto networked hosts. The design-time analysis of SOA-based software systems demands new approaches that take into account both the inherent complexity and the architectural characteristics of such systems. In this respect, simulation-based approaches have proven to be effective to ...

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