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Virtual Gateways in the DECOS Integrated Architecture

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Virtual Gateways in the DECOS Integrated Architecture
— The DECOS architecture aims at combining the advantages of federated and integrated systems. The DECOS architecture divides the overall system into a set of nearly-independent distributed application subsystems, which share the node computers and the physical network of a single distributed computer system. Through restricting each application subsystem’s communication activities to a corresponding encapsulated virtual network realized as an overlay network on a physical time-triggered backbone, the integrated DECOS architecture supports fault isolation, complexity management, and the independent development of application subsystems. This paper provides a solution to the controlled export and import of information between distributed application subsystems. We give the designer the ability to coordinate application services and exploit redundancy in the system to either improve reliability or reduce resource duplication. We introduce virtual gateways for the coupling of virtual ...
Roman Obermaisser, Philipp Peti, Hermann Kopetz
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Year 2005
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Authors Roman Obermaisser, Philipp Peti, Hermann Kopetz
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