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Towards Services Profiling for Energy Management in Service-Oriented Architectures

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Even though hardware architects have managed to incrementally mitigate energy consumption in information and communication technology devices, it will always be a requisite for software execution. This has motivated researchers to develop a limited amount of methodologies that promote green software development and its philosophy, with new assessment methods for calculating the energetic costs of software development and software execution. In spite of this, they have been acknowledged and adopted with limited success, as they try to address highly-volatile variables (like human behavior) and environments with specific hardware/software platforms and language-centric solutions. This has created a conflict between theory and practice where, otherwise, a generic and adaptive approach could manage the discord. In this paper, we present a brief review of available selected research in relation to services’ requirements definition and profiling for energy management, as well as the limitations and advantages of existing proposals in relation to green software development. Furthermore, we present our progress towards a series of properties to define services’ requirements and their resource consumption behavior. Our final goal is to create a proper approach for energy management from the analysis and design phases of the Software Development Life Cycle using Service- Oriented Architectures as a platform for our work.
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hal-03362879 , version 1 (02-10-2021)

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Jorge Andrés Larracoechea, Philippe Roose, Sergio Illari, Yudith Cardinale, Sébastien Laborie, et al.. Towards Services Profiling for Energy Management in Service-Oriented Architectures. 17th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST), Oct 2021, Online Streaming, France. ⟨hal-03362879⟩

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