Performance and Accounting Management
The performance of a computer system is a measurement of how well the system is able to respond to the workload that is being put onto it. The performance management of a system is the set of tasks that ensures that the system performance is satisfactory for its intended purpose.
KeywordsTime Series Performance Problem Performance Data Performance Metrics Performance Management
- 4.RMON Reference.Google Scholar
- 5.Computer Measurement Group – ARM Working Group, URL http://cmg.org/regions/cmgarmw/index.html
- 6.M. Johnson, The Application Response Measurement API Version 2, Available at URL http://cmg.org/regions/cmgarmw/marcarm.html.
- 7.P. Hoogenboom and J. Lepreau, Computer system performance problem detection using time series models, In: Proceedings of the USENIX Summer 1993 Technical Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 21–25, 1993.Google Scholar
- 8.I. Turbin, Capturing workload pathology by statistical exception detection system, Proceedings of the Computer Measurement Group, 2007.Google Scholar
- 9.R. Kaminski, Automating process and workload pathology detection, Proceedings of the Computer Measurement Group, 2003.Google Scholar
- 10.J. Hellerstein, An approach to selecting metrics for detecting performance problems in information systems, Proceedings of the 1996 ACM SIGMETRICS Conference, Philadelphia, PA, May 1996.Google Scholar
- 13.J.D. Hamilton, Time Series Analysis, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 1994.Google Scholar
- 14.A First Course on Time Series Analysis, http://statistik.mathematik.uni-wuerzburg.de/timeseries/