A consistency framework for dynamic reconfiguration in AO-middleware architectures

Surajbali, Bholanathsingh and Grace, Paul and Coulson, Geoffrey (2014) A consistency framework for dynamic reconfiguration in AO-middleware architectures. In: Software Architecture. Lecture Notes in Computer Science . Springer, Vienna, pp. 398-405. ISBN 9783319099699

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Aspect-oriented (AO) middleware is a promising technology for the realisation of dynamic reconfiguration in distributed systems. Similar to other dynamic reconfiguration approaches, AO-middleware based reconfiguration requires that the consistency of the system is maintained across reconfigurations. AO middleware based reconfiguration is an ongoing research topic and several consistency approaches have been proposed. However, most of these approaches tend to be targeted at specific narrow contexts, whereas for heterogeneous distributed systems it is crucial to cover a wide range of operating conditions. In this paper we address this problem by exploring a flexible, framework-based consistency management approach that cover a wide range of operating conditions ensuring distributed dynamic reconfiguration in a consistent manner for AO-middleware architectures.

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