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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In today's enterprise service oriented software architectures, database systems are a crucial component for the quality of service (QoS) management between customers and service providers. The database workload consists of requests stemming from many different service classes, each of which has a dedicated service level agreement (SLA). We present an adaptive QoS management that is based on an economic model which adaptively penalizes individual requests depending on the SLA and the currentdoi:10.1007/11948148_18 fatcat:kklioz7qefeyhgv4tjczg6olwa