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In service-oriented systems, clients can access services via a network. Service level agreements (SLA) can exist, which specify -among other things -performance-related Quality of Service (QoS) properties between the client and the server, such as round-trip time, processing time, or availability. For a service provider serious financial consequences or other penalties can follow in case of not fulfilling the SLAs. The service consumer wants to evaluate that the provider complies with thedoi:10.1145/2493288.2493308 dblp:conf/plop/OberortnerZD10 fatcat:2kiypvleafdd5luie3kcder7hi