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Proceedings. 13th IEEE International Symposium on High performance Distributed Computing, 2004.
Active Harmony provides a way to automate performance tuning. In this paper, we apply the Active Harmony system to improve the performance of a cluster-based web service system. The performance improvement cannot easily be achieved by tuning individual components for such a system. The experimental results show that there is no single configuration for the system that performs well for all kinds of workloads. By tuning the parameters, Active Harmony helps the system adapt to different workloadsdoi:10.1109/hpdc.2004.1323484 fatcat:jkaeq2pa3zdrdbbbhtbnlwofw4