Patterns in Software Architecture: Performance and Availability
Convention Ctr – 209A
Tom O’Rourke, PaineWebber,
Peter Long, PriceWaterhouseCoopers
Brad Van Treuren, Lucent Technologies

The existence of the World Wide Web has changed the demands on software systems. Many systems today are required to be available all the time with many simultaneous users, and to gracefully handle the failure of both hardware and software components. While the development of WWW-based systems has become commonplace, the design of systems with non-trivial performance and availability requirements is still an art form. In this year’s Patterns in Software Architecture workshop we will examine how performance and availability requirements influence architectural decisions.


Tracks: Architecture; Patterns and Frameworks

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