A Pluggable Framework for Tracking and Managing Faults in Service-Oriented Systems
Practical fault management in service-oriented systems requires dynamic monitoring of services for SLA violations, failures and undesirable changes in the system runtime environment. It should also include effective fault recovery strategies, and be transparent and lightweight to enhance trust and to minimise the load on the consumer and providers. This paper describes a technology-independent fault management approach that uses a pluggable brokerage model to track and resolve service changes and faults. A case study is used to illustrate the efficacy of the approach.
KeywordsService-oriented systems Fault tracking Change management
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