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Design and runtime architectures to support autonomic management

Etienne Gandrille 1, * Catherine Hamon Philippe Lalanda 1, *
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1 ADELE - Environnements et outils pour le Génie Logiciel Industriel
LIG - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble
Abstract : Autonomic computing seeks to render computing systems as self-managed. In other words, its objective is to enable computer systems to manage themselves so as to minimise the need for human input [5,6]. Software architectures can be used in order to express constraints to be maintained all along the execution of a system and, conversely, to present the state of the running system. In this paper, we present an approach where design and runtime architectures are used to manage service-oriented systems. We show how concepts of design time and runtime can be linked and exploited by an autonomic manager or by a human administrator. This approach is validated on a real use case belonging to the pervasive health domain and built with the Orange Labs.
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Etienne Gandrille, Catherine Hamon, Philippe Lalanda. Design and runtime architectures to support autonomic management. 7th International Symposium on the Maintenance and Evolution of Service-Oriented and Cloud-Based Systems, Sep 2013, France. pp.75-84, ⟨10.1109/MESOCA.2013.6632738⟩. ⟨hal-00954496⟩



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