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The Accuracy Influence Analysis was a former AddOn of Palladio but is now integrated into the simulation-based performance prediction. It extends the accuracy statements of Palladio with an influence analysis. The accuracy statements enable to state the accuracy of behavior specifications in ''.quality'' files.  +
Architectural Templates allow software architects to apply reusable patterns to their Palladio models. For example, instead of manually modeling the load balancer software architects can also apply the Architectural Template for load balancers. As this application consists only of a few small steps, architects can save a lot of modeling effort.  +
Cloud metrics are part of SimuLizar and allow the user to analyse scalability, elasticity, and efficiency.  +
A metamodel supporting completion transformations and their analysis.  +
Event-driven Simulator for Palladio models originally geared towards highly complex simulation models, where SimuCom might suffer from scalability and performance issues. Evolved to a platform for modular, non-invasive simulation extensions.  +
SimuCom add-on which adds support for more realistic CPU scheduling.  +
Performance blame analysis approach (separate tooling, scripts that read in csv results of SimuCom). Maybe also discontinued.  +
The PCM Cost Solver is a simple cost model that is used in PerOpteryx.  +
This AddOn for Palladio allows managing and presenting coverage information on behavior specifications. It supports the creation of coverage requirements for a given specification and presenting the results of coverage runs.  +
SimuLizar extension for Palladio Data Channels  +
The Palladio Experiment Automation enables automatic execution of Palladio simulation runs. Allows to specify experiment runs for arbitrary solvers within a model; also supports experiment variations, e.g., for sensitivity analyses.  +
Palladio-RT enables modelling and analysing embedded software in PCM.  +
Palladio extension for modelling and analysis of transactional information systems.  +
PerOpteryx is an optimization framwork to improve component-based software architectures based on model-based quality prediction techniques.  +
The Power Consumption Analyzer tooling supports the analysis of power and energy consumption of software systems defined in PCM. Power distribution characteristics are defined using instances of the Power Consumption model. The Power Consumption model references PCM's Resource Environment Model and annotates each resource and ResourceContainer with its consumption characteristics.  +
SimuLizar is a Palladio plug-in for analyzing self-adaptive systems, such as cloud computing systems, at design-time. With SimuLizar, we want to provide modeling support for self-adaptation rules as well as new analysis for scalability, elasticity, and efficiency.  +
SimuLizar is a Palladio plug-in for analyzing self-adaptive systems. To analyze such systems, SimuLizar introduces new metrics to the PCM: Scalability, elasticity and efficiency. This is achieved by using Monitors, Measuring Points and multiple measurable metrics. With the SimuLizar Usability Extension we want to aid users in the prozess of managing and creating these through a new Measurements-Dashboard view with an integrated wizard.  +
The SimuLizar Wizards aids users in creating and editing Monitors and Measuring Points.  +
Enables the consideration of transient effects in the analysis of self-adaptive software systems. Transient effects subsume interdependencies between reconfiguration duration, quality impact of reconfigurations, and system utilization. The use of the extension, e.g., enables the accurate evaluation of reconfigurations that cause resource demand when executed.  +
The UCM2PCM Transformation enables modeling a software system as UseCaseMap (UCM) and then automatically transform that UCM into a PCM model to do performance engineering.  +