Autonomic management and monitoring of service-oriented programs

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Title: Autonomic management and monitoring of service-oriented programs
Author: Soorianarayanan, Sekhar
Abstract: Within the past two decades the development of raw computing power coupled with the proliferation of computer devices has grown at exponential rates . This phenomenal growth along with the advent of the Internet has led to a new age of accessibility - to other people , other systems , and most importantly , to information . With this explosive growth , system complexities are reaching a level beyond human ability to manage and secure . This increasing complexity points towards an inevitable need to automate many of the functions associated with computing today . Thus came the term autonomic computing . Autonomic Computing [121] has a broad scope and might mean different things for different people , but following are come of the important aspects of an autonomic system . • Self Awareness • Autonomic System Configuration / "Setup" • Self Healing • Adaptability • Hiding Complexity • Detect , identify and protect itself • Always looks for ways to optimize it's working In this thesis I will try to address some of the issues related of Autonomic Systems .
URI: http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 /20403
Date: 2004-12


Autonomic management and monitoring of service-oriented programs. Master's thesis, Texas Tech University. Available electronically from http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 /20403 .

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