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Software adaptation patterns for service-oriented architectures

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Software adaptation patterns for service-oriented architectures
This paper describes the concept of software adaptation patterns and how they can be used in software adaptation of serviceoriented architectures. The patterns are described in terms of a three-layer architecture for self-management. A software adaptation pattern defines how a set of components that make up an architecture pattern dynamically cooperate to change the software configuration to a new configuration. In our approach, adaptation connectors are introduced to encapsulate adaptation state machine models so that the adaptation patterns can be more reusable. A change management model for dynamically evolving service-oriented applications is also described with a case study. Keywords component, service, service-oriented architecture, dynamic adaptation, software adaptation patterns.
Hassan Gomaa, Koji Hashimoto, Minseong Kim, Sam Ma
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where SAC
Authors Hassan Gomaa, Koji Hashimoto, Minseong Kim, Sam Malek, Daniel A. Menascé
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