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A Contract-Based Approach of Resource Management in Information Systems

  • Nicolas Le Sommer
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2817)

Abstract

The deployment of information systems can turn into a baffling problem when components which compose those systems exhibit non-functional requirements. If the platform on which such components are deployed cannot satisfy their non-functional requirements, then they may in turn fail to perform satisfactorily. In this paper we focus on a specific category of non-functional requirements: those that pertain to the resources software components need to use at runtime. This paper reports the design of the resource-oriented contract model implemented in the Jamus platform. These contracts allow software components to negotiate with the Jamus platform for the resources they need.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Nicolas Le Sommer
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  1. 1.Valoria LaboratoryUniversity of South BrittanyFrance

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