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A Methodological Framework for Business-Oriented Modeling of IT Infrastructure - Multimethod Simulation Software Tool AnyLogic Ariel Landau, Segev Wasserkrug, Dagan Gilat, Natalia Razinkov, Aviad Sela, and Sarel Aiber. 2004 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC’04), December 5-8, Washington, D.C., USA

The creation of IT simulation models for uses such as capacity planning and optimization is becoming more and more widespread. Traditionally, the creation of such models required deep modeling and/or programming expertise, thus severely limiting their extensive use. Moreover, many modern intelligent tools now require simulation models in order to carry out their function. For these tools to be widely deployable, the derivation of simulation models must be made possible without requiring excessive technical knowledge. Hence we introduce a general methodology that enables an almost automatic deployment of IT simulation models, based on three fundamental principles: Modeling only at the required level of detail; modeling standard components using pre-prepared models; and automatically deriving the application-specific model details. The technical details underlying this approach are presented. In addition, a case study, showing the application of this methodology to an eCommerce site, demonstrates the applicability of this approach.

The Business-Objective Driven Optimization Architecture

The Business-Objective Driven Optimization Architecture

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