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Application Management Plug-ins through Dynamically Pluggable Probes

Abstract : It is widely recognized that applications need to be administered remotely. In general, application management and monitoring is supported by textual management consoles while graphical user interfaces specialized for their tasks are preferred by average users. Defining what must be monitored and what are the admin actions one wants to perform on an application cannot be defined during the application development due to the fact that these needs evolve after the application deployment as we cannot completely predict the execution environment such as available devices. This paper presents an architecture and the corresponding infrastructure that allow administrators to define what they want to monitor and manage and automate the discovery and deployment of corresponding probes and related management console graphical plug-ins. This work has been validated on two different application domains.
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Kiev Gama, Gabriel Pedraza Ferreira, Thomas Lévêque, Didier Donsez. Application Management Plug-ins through Dynamically Pluggable Probes. ICSE 2011 - 33th International Conference on Software Engineering, May 2011, Honolulu, HI, France. pp.32-35, ⟨10.1145/1984708.1984718⟩. ⟨hal-00748614⟩



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