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Combining Separation of Concerns and Performance in Distributed Software Reconfiguration

Maverick Chardet 1, 2
Abstract : Distributed software and infrastructures continue to become more and more complex and dynamic. Therefore, there is a need for models assist- ing their management, including their reconfiguration. Existing reconfiguration models are either specific to a subset of reconfigurations or are unable to provide both good performance and high separation of concerns between the actors interacting with them. In this article, we present our plans to extend Madeus, a non-specific and efficient deployment model, to support reconfiguration and to provide a good separation of concerns.
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Maverick Chardet. Combining Separation of Concerns and Performance in Distributed Software Reconfiguration. Doctoral symposium @ Middleware 2018 - ACM/IFIP International Middleware Conference, Dec 2018, Rennes, France. pp.1-6. ⟨hal-01939853⟩



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