RAS-Models: A Building Block for Self-Healing Benchmarks
- RAS-Models: A Building Block for Self-Healing Benchmarks
- Griffith, Rean
Kaiser, Gail E.
- Computer Science
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- Columbia University Computer Science Technical Reports
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- Department of Computer Science, Columbia University
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- New York
- To evaluate the efficacy of self-healing systems a rigorous, objective, quantitative benchmarking methodology is needed. However, developing such a benchmark is a non-trivial task given the many evaluation issues to be resolved, including but not limited to: quantifying the impacts of faults, analyzing various styles of healing (reactive, preventative, proactive), accounting for partially automated healing and accounting for incomplete/imperfect healing. We posit, however,that it is possible to realize a self-healing benchmark using a collection of analytical techniques and practical tools as building blocks. This paper highlights the flexibility of one analytical tool, the Reliability, Availability and Serviceability (RAS) model, and illustrates its power and relevance to the problem of evaluating self-healing mechanisms/systems, when combined with practical tools for fault-injection.
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- Rean Griffith, Ritika Virmani, Gail E. Kaiser, 2007, RAS-Models: A Building Block for Self-Healing Benchmarks, Columbia University Academic Commons, https://doi.org/10.7916/D8PC398G.