Non-Intrusive Policy Optimization for Dependable and Adaptive Service-Oriented Systems

The Service-Oriented Architecture paradigm facilitates the creation of distributed, composite applications. Services are usually simple to integrate, but often encapsulate complex and dynamic business logic with multiple variations and configurations. The fact that these services typically execute in a dynamic, unpredictable environment additionally complicates manageability and calls for adaptable management strategies. Current system control strategies mostly rely on static approaches, such as predefined policies. In this paper, the authors propose a novel technique to improve management policies for complex service-based systems during runtime. This allows systems to adapt to changing environments, to circumvent unforeseen events and errors, and to resolve incompatibilities of composed services.

Provided by: Association for Computing Machinery Topic: Big Data Date Added: Mar 2012 Format: PDF

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