Proposal of using business information in a QoS mechanism for the e commerce Web server

Grażyna Suchacka

Abstract


Due to very negative and long-term consequences of a low quality of service (QoS) for e-business, a number of QoS mechanisms for Web servers were proposed. As a continuation of this research trend, the paper proposes a new way of using business information in an admission control and scheduling scheme for the e commerce server aiming at the integration of the server system efficiency with e business profitability.

Keywords


Web server; Quality of Web Service; QoWS; e-commerce; RFM

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21936/si2009_v30.n4.434