Self-adaptive Service Deployment in Context-Aware Systems
Ubiquitous environments present a dynamic network topology which implies frequent context changes which can affect the availability of the services deployed in the system. In order to obtain the full potential that this kind of environments can provide to assist human beings, this challenge must be faced. Service replication models in combination with self-adaptive capabilities may help to improve service availability and strengthen the system. In this work, it is presented a conceptual model to support a run-time service deployment taking into consideration relevant context information, such as resource availability, network topology and service requirements.
KeywordsContext-awareness self-adaptation ubiquitous environments Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
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