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By Ricardo Jimenez-Peris, Marta Patiño-Martinez, Bettina Kemme, Francisco Perez-Sorrosal (auth.), Rogério de Lemos, Jean-Charles Fabre, Cristina Gacek, Fabio Gadducci, Maurice ter Beek (eds.)

As software program structures turn into more and more ubiquitous, problems with dependability turn into ever extra the most important. provided that strategies to those concerns needs to be thought of from the very starting of the layout technique, it really is average that dependability and safeguard are addressed on the architectural point. This booklet has originated from an attempt to assemble the study groups of software program architectures, dependability and security.

This cutting-edge survey includes elevated and peer-reviewed papers in keeping with the conscientiously chosen contributions to 2 workshops: the Workshop on Architecting in charge structures (WADS 2008), prepared on the 2008 overseas convention on liable platforms and Networks (DSN 2008), held in Anchorage, Alaska, united states, in June 2008, and the 3rd overseas Workshop on perspectives On Designing complicated Architectures (VODCA 2008) held in Bertinoro, Italy, in August 2008. It additionally comprises invited papers written by way of famous specialists within the region. The thirteen papers are geared up in topical sections on responsible service-oriented architectures, fault-tolerance and procedure review, and architecting safety.

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Worse yet, such services could not even exist. Towards Self-adaptation for Dependable Service-Oriented Systems 33 The latter action does not suffer from these drawbacks. 2 , . . ni of an abstract service Si naturally suggests the use of spatial redundancy techniques to get a dependability increase [22]. j . Different spatial redundancy techniques can be devised, which differ in the way the members of the set are used and in the assumed underlying failure model. , either a service responds correctly when it is invoked, or does not respond at all [1]).

J is a non-empty subset of Ii . Hence, index i of xkiJ ranges over the set of abstract services, while J ranges over all the non-empty subsets of the concrete services implementing Si . For each abstract service Si , the entries xkiJ of xki denote the fraction of the user k requests which are bound to the set of concrete services J. j1 , . . j1 , . . j1 , . . j )). 1 , . . J = 0 otherwise. 4 } (see Fig. 4). The Adaptation Manager determines the values of xkiJ by solving a suitable optimization problem which takes the following general form (the explicit form of the problem we consider will be detailed in Sect.

On Very Large Data Bases (VLDB), pp. : Database Replication: A Tutorial. , Schiper, A. ) Replication: Theory and Practice, ch. 12. : Exactly Once Interaction in a Multi-Tier Architecture. : Enhancing an Application Server to Support Available Components. IEEE Trans. : Middleware based Data Replication providing Snapshot Isolation.. In: Proc. of the ACM Int. Conf. on Management of Data (SIGMOD), pp. : Pronto: A Fast Failover Protocol for Off-the-shelf Commercial Databases. In: Proc. of the IEEE Symp.

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