And the book is analyzing the performance of an E-Business Service with
queuing theory, but i think its methodology is error-prone because it
contains many mathematical calculations, so this is why i have decided
to construct another methodology that is much less error-prone and that
is easier and that uses the Jackson network , so my methodology works
with 65% or more of database read transactions, the total of write and
delete database transactions must be 25% or less, and it works too when
it is 65% or above of database write database transactions, so i think
my methodology is suitable to do capacity planning with mathematical
queuing theory of E-Business Services, and i will write a book about it
and explains my methodology, and of course i am taking care of the http
or https overhead and i will provide you with a program too.
Read the rest of my previous thoughts:
More about discrete-event simulation (DES) and more..
I am not only a more serious software developer specialized in parallel programming and synchronization algorithms, but i have also studied
operational research and i have studied more mathematics, so here is an interesting Free simulation software for Delphi and Freepascal called OpenSIMPLY: