A Taxonomy of Service Discovery Systems
Sundramoorthy, V. and Hartel, P.H. and Scholten, J. (2009) A Taxonomy of Service Discovery Systems. In: Context-Aware Computing and Self-Managing Systems. CRC Studies in Informatics . Chapman and Hall, Boca Raton, pp. 43-77. ISBN 9781420077711
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|Abstract:||Service discovery is a platform for network entities, whether hardware or|
software, to spontaneously self-configure and self-heal in a volatile environment.
An in-depth understanding of the fundamentals of service discovery is
essential for system architects to effectively execute pervasive and autonomous
context-aware applications. We offer this understanding by clarifying some
fundamental concepts and issues in service discovery; the evolution of service
discovery in the context of distributed systems, the basic architectures
and their variance and the different functionalities that contribute towards
satisfying the self-configuring and self-healing properties of service discovery.
We then proceed to show how service discovery fits into a system, by characterizing
operational aspects. Subsequently, we describe how existing state of
the art performs service discovery, in relation to the operational aspects and
functionalities, and identify areas for future work.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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