Design and implementation of a framework for monitoring distributed component interactions


Diakov, Nikolay K. and Batteram, Harold J. and Zandbelt, Hans and Sinderen, Marten J. van (2000) Design and implementation of a framework for monitoring distributed component interactions. In: Seventh International Workshop on Interactive Distributed Multimedia Systems, IDMS 2000, 17-20 October 2000, Enschede, The Netherlands (pp. pp. 227-240).

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Abstract:This paper presents a framework for monitoring component interactions. It is part of a larger component framework built on top of the CORBA distributed processing environment that supports development and testing of distributed software applications. The proposed framework considers an OMG IDL specification as a contract for distributed interactions and allows precise monitoring of interaction activities between application components. The developer is not burdened with monitoring issues because all the necessary code instrumentation is done automatically. The tester is given the opportunity to use monitoring facilities for observing interactions between distributed component applications. This paper explains the monitoring framework and reasons about its expressive power, accuracy and applicability. The approach is validated in a platform for design, development and deployment of on-line services.
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