Designing Self-Adaptive Service-Oriented Applications
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In this paper, we present a self-adaptive approach for service-oriented applications that combines novel techniques into a traditional sense-plan-act control loop, where the subject system is connected to a controller that in turn feeds commands back into the subject system. Our control loop works as follows: The invocation of a service triggers monitoring mechanisms. Such mechanisms identify changes in the invoked services that may depend on server-side implementation updates or dynamically discovered services.
Autonomic Computing, 2007. ICAC ''07. Fourth International Conference on
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Availability, Content management, Contracts, Control systems, Costs, monitoring mechanisms, Protocols, Runtime, self-adaptive service-oriented applications, sense-plan-act control loop, server-side implementation, subject system, Testing, Time to market, Web services