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Service-level Requirements

 
Ronald Wouters
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Hi all,

I am currently studying the Mark Cade book (scea study guide) because I am preparing for part 1 of the exam.
I was reading about the Service-level Requirements and found it difficult to remember them all so I came up with the following acronym : SPAMMERS.
Yep, we all hate spam but think of it this way:

S - Scalability
P - Performance
A - Availabity
M - Maintainability
M - Manageability
E - Extensibility
R - Reliability
S - Security

Sounds stupid I know and most of you probably thought of this already, but hey it works for me, so I thought, why not post it, who knows, it might be of some use ! So from now on, to me all application servers are spammers

Regards
[ January 17, 2008: Message edited by: Ronald Wouters ]
 
Juan Pablo Crossley
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Paul Michael
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I heard a similar acronym from the CTO of the previous company I worked for.

It goes like this:

P - Performance
A - Availability (and Reliability?)
S - Security
S - Scalability

M - Maintainability (and Manageability?)
E - Extensibility

Hope it's as helpful as the SPAMMERS acronym.

 
Ronald Wouters
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I like the pass me acronym !
You probably noticed it but I edited my original post, the first S should have been scalability of course and not security. See, even with acronyms one can make mistakes, anyways enough said
[ January 17, 2008: Message edited by: Ronald Wouters ]
 
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