Method of distribution of mobile operator server resources
Keywords:system service calls, billing system, server resources, resource allocation
AbstractThe functioning of the online charging is important for the efficient work of mobile operator. The main disadvantage of a modern system service calls is that they do not consider the important technical and charging parameters of services, as the result, there is not enough rational utilization of server resources. The article proposes a method of distribution of system resources to ensure efficient processing of applications that allows to monitor the quality of services, taking into account the required number of resources to serve one application and statistics about the number of applications of each type of service received in a given time interval. It will allocate resources in proportion to the requirements of the service and configure the distribution of inputs respectively of the input stream, and to ensure the maximization of economic efficiency of service delivery. In the section “Modern problems of service calls” the main disadvantages of modern systems of billing were analyzed. The work of the billing server is described in the section “Processing of calls in Online Charging System. The problem of resource allocation system is solved in the third section, called “The problem of distribution of server resources”.
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