SALMonADA: a Platform for Monitoring and Explaining Violations of Ws-Agreement-Compliant Documents
|Author||Müller Cejás, Carlos
Resinas Arias de Reyna, Manuel
Ruiz Cortés, Antonio
|Department||Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Lenguajes y Sistemas Informáticos|
|Published in||VIII Jornadas De Ciencia E Ingeniería De Servicios (JCIS 2012), Almeria, España|
|Abstract||Quality assurance techniques have been developed to supervise the service quality (QoS) agreed between servicebased systems (SBSs) consumers and providers. Such QoS is usually included in service level agreements (SLAs) ...
Quality assurance techniques have been developed to supervise the service quality (QoS) agreed between servicebased systems (SBSs) consumers and providers. Such QoS is usually included in service level agreements (SLAs) and thus, SLA monitoring platforms have been developed supporting violation detection. However, just a few of them provide explanation of the violations caused by observed QoS at monitoring time, but not in an user-friendly format. Therefore, we propose a general monitoring and analysis conceptual reference model and we instantiated it with SALMonADA, a SBS that notifies the clients with violations and their causes in their own easyto-understand specification terms. in addition, our platform performs an early analysis notification that avoids delays in the client notification time when a violation takes place. Moreover, we have implemented a web application as a SALMonADA client, to prove how it monitors, analyses and reports to their clients the service level fulfillment of real services subject to a SLA specified with WS–Agreement.