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Din, G. (2008). An IMS Performance Benchmark Implementation based on the TTCN-3 Language. Software Tools for Technology Transfer  (STTT) 2008, 10(4), 359–370. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.1007/s10009-008-0078-x
BibTeX citation key: Din2008
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Categories: General
Keywords: IP Multimedia Subsystem, Performance benchmarking, TTCN-3
Creators: Din
Collection: Software Tools for Technology Transfer  (STTT) 2008
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Performance benchmarking is a method to assess performance characteristics of various systems across different system architectures under realistic conditions. A benchmark is executed to collect measurements such as fail rate, response times or round-trip delays. Additionally, it can be used to identify scalability or usability problems of the system under heavy load. This paper describes a performance benchmark for the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS). IMS is a standardised architecture for providing a unified session control on top of various access network technologies realising flexible multimedia applications. In the context of IMS, where a scalability of up to several millions of subscribers is required, the goal of a benchmarking system is to help understand how a system will perform when the number of calls per second and the number of active users increase. The Testing and Test Control Notation (TTCN-3) has been used to implement the benchmark specification.
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