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Designing and evolving distributed architecture using kevoree

Abstract

Modern software applications are distributed and often operate in dynamic contexts, where requirements, assumptions about the environment, and usage profiles continuously change. These changes are difficult to predict and to anticipate at design time. The running software system should thus be able to react on its own, by dynamically adapting its behavior, in order to sustain a required quality of service. A key challenge is to provide the system with the necessary flexibility to perform self-adaptation, without compromising dependability. Models@Runtime is an emerging paradigm aiming at transferring traditional modeling activities (focusing on quality, verification, and so on) performed by humans, to the running system. In this trend, Kevoree provides a models@ runtime platform to design heterogeneous, distributed and adaptive applications based on the component based software engineering paradigm. At the end of this tutorial, applicants will be able to develop and assemble new components and communication channel to design complex self-adaptable distributed architectures by reusing existing piece of code.

Category

Academic chapter/article/Conference paper

Language

English

Author(s)

  • François Fouquet
  • Gregory Nain
  • Erwan Daubert
  • Johann Bourcier
  • Olivier Barais
  • Noël Plouzeau
  • Brice Morin

Affiliation

  • University of Luxembourg
  • University of Rennes I
  • SINTEF Digital / Software and Service Innovation

Year

2014

Publisher

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

Book

Proceedings of the 10th international ACM Sigsoft conference on Quality of software architectures. CompArch'14 Federated Events on Component-Based Software Engineering and Software Architecture, Lille, France, June 30-July 04, 2014

ISBN

978-1-4503-2576-9

Page(s)

147 - 148

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