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AMSDL: A declarative language for adaptive monitoring control

Abstract : More and more requirements are given on the ability to precisely control at run time the achievement of a network and communicating systems monitoring activity. This paper gives an overview of AMSDL (Adaptive Monitoring Strategy Description Language), which is a language under development dedicated at the expression of adaptive monitoring strategies. AMSDL will provide both the network managers and the software developers of autonomic modules with the capacity to easily declare, more than the resources to be managed, the logics that will govern the dynamic monitoring behavior according to the variations of functional, informational and operational requirements.
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Messaoud Aouadj, Thierry Desprats, Emmanuel Lavinal, Michelle Sibilla. AMSDL: A declarative language for adaptive monitoring control. 2015 IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM 2015), May 2015, Ottawa, Canada. pp. 850-853. ⟨hal-01282034⟩

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