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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are a vital instrument in serviceoriented architectures to reserve service capacity at a defined service quality level. Provisioning systems enable service managers to automatically configure resources such as servers, storage, and routers based on a configuration specification. Hence, agreement provisioning is a vital step in managing the life-cycle of agreement-driven services. Deriving detailed resource quantities from arbitrary SLA specifications is adoi:10.1007/11596141_22 fatcat:ct5eurafhnhsliwyqbupczhrha