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Title: A framework for constraint-based deployment and autonomic management of distributed applications
Authors: Dearle, Alan
Kirby, Graham
McCarthy, Andrew
Keywords: cs.DC
Distributed, parallel, and cluster computing
QA76 Computer software
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Dearle , A , Kirby , G & McCarthy , A 2004 , A framework for constraint-based deployment and autonomic management of distributed applications . Technical Report , no. CS/04/1 , University of St Andrews .
Series/Report no.: Technical Report
Abstract: We propose a framework for deployment and subsequent autonomic management of component-based distributed applications. An initial deployment goal is specified using a declarative constraint language, expressing constraints over aspects such as component-host mappings and component interconnection topology. A constraint solver is used to find a configuration that satisfies the goal, and the configuration is deployed automatically. The deployed application is instrumented to allow subsequent autonomic management. If, during execution, the manager detects that the original goal is no longer being met, the satisfy/deploy process can be repeated automatically in order to generate a revised deployment that does meet the goal.
Version: Preprint
Description: Submitted to ICAC-04. Extended abstract available from IEEE at DOI:10.1109/ICAC.2004.1301386 This work is supported by EPSRC Grants GR/M78403, GR/R51872, GR/S44501 and by EC Framework V IST-2001-32360
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10023/1731
http://arxiv.org/abs/1006.4572
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICAC.2004.1301386
Type: Report
Publisher: University of St Andrews
Appears in Collections:University of St Andrews Research
Computer Science Research



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