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Middleware for Resource-Aware Deployment and Configuration of Fault-Tolerant Real-time Systems

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Middleware for Resource-Aware Deployment and Configuration of Fault-Tolerant Real-time Systems
Developing large-scale distributed real-time and embedded (DRE) systems is hard in part due to complex deployment and configuration issues involved in satisfying multiple quality for service (QoS) properties, such as real-timeliness and fault tolerance. This paper makes three contributions to the study of deployment and configuration middleware for DRE systems that satisfy multiple QoS properties. First, it describes a novel task allocation algorithm for passively replicated DRE systems to meet their real-time and fault-tolerance QoS properties while consuming significantly less resources. Second, it presents the design of a strategizable allocation engine that enables application developers to evaluate different allocation algorithms. Third, it presents the design of a middlewareagnostic configuration framework that uses allocation decisions to deploy application components/replicas and configure the underlying middleware automatically on the chosen nodes. These contributions are real...
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where RTAS
Authors Jaiganesh Balasubramanian, Aniruddha S. Gokhale, Abhishek Dubey, Friedhelm Wolf, Chenyang Lu, Christopher D. Gill, Douglas C. Schmidt
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