A flexible and secure deployment framework for distributed applications
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This paper describes an implemented system which is designed to support the deployment of applications offering distributed services, comprising a number of distributed components. This is achieved by creating high level placement and topology descriptions which drive tools that deploy applications consisting of components running on multiple hosts. The system addresses issues of heterogeneity by providing abstractions over host-specific attributes yielding a homogeneous run-time environment into which components may be deployed. The run-time environments provide secure binding mechanisms that permit deployed components to bind to stored data and services on the hosts on which they are running.
Dearle , A , Kirby , G , McCarthy , A & Diaz y Carballo , J-C 2004 , A flexible and secure deployment framework for distributed applications . in W Emmerich & A Wolf (eds) , Component Deployment : 2nd International Working Conference on Component Deployment (CD 2004), Edinburgh, Scotland . Lecture Notes in Computer Science , vol. 3083 , Springer , pp. 219-233 , 2nd International Working Conference on Component Deployment (CD 2004) , Edinburgh , United Kingdom , 20 May . DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-24848-4_15conference
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