NICTA Breakfast SeminarsHaving been taken to lunch by the NICTA's Empirical Software Engineering Research team, I can recommend any event where they are providing catering. ;-)
Performance Assessment for Service Architectures
Dr. Jenny Liu, NICTA Empirical Software Engineering (ESE) program
Canberra, Friday November 24, 2006
Dr Liu’s team has developed a capacity planning method and prediction model (e-PASA) to evaluate performance and scalability of e-government service architectures. Working collaboratively with an Australian Government agency, they have been able to test and validate their e-PASA work on a new Australian Government e-service. We will present the results of this collaborative research project and discuss opportunities for further collaborative research in the area of e-government.
This seminar is suited to management and senior technical staff in all government and industry organisations.
From: NICTA Breakfast Seminars, NICTA, 2006
For those interested in the topic, some books:
ps: e-Government seems to be in vogue at the moment. After the release of the Australian National Audit Office report on management of electronic records in government agencies. I have been asked to prepare a training course for senior government executives. This can use the very good guidelines produced by the government, which I use for ANU undergraduate and postgraduate students. So it really is a case of the consultant borrowing your watch to tell you the time. ;-)