In this thesis we show that the Component Quality Modelling Language (CQML) is well suited for use in a real life distributed system.
CQML is a language for modelling quality of service (QoS). QoS tells something about how well a service performs. Traditional languages for modelling distributed systems only says something about what a service does, not how well it is done.
With CQML, QoS for a system can be specified at an early stage, instead of being handled in an ad hoc style, after the system has been developed.
This work focuses on taking the QoS specified with CQML into the runtime system. A runtime representation of CQML is designed and implemented, and a parser is implemented to create runtime representations of the QoS specifications.