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Autonomic Management of Clustered Applications

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Autonomic Management of Clustered Applications
Distributed software environments are increasingly complex and difficult to manage, as they integrate various legacy software with proprietary management interfaces. Moreover, the fact that management tasks are performed by humans leads to many configuration errors and low reactivity. This paper presents Jade, a middleware for selfmanagement of distributed software environments. The main principle is to wrap legacy software pieces in components in order to provide a uniform management interface, thus allowing the implementation of management applications. Management applications are used to deploy distributed applications and to autonomously reconfigure them as required. We report our experiments in using Jade for the management of a clustered J2EE application. KEY WORDS: Autonomic management, Legacy systems, Selfoptimization, Cluster, J2EE
Sara Bouchenak, Noel De Palma, Daniel Hagimont, Ch
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Year 2006
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Authors Sara Bouchenak, Noel De Palma, Daniel Hagimont, Christophe Taton
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