Using Semantic Web Technology for Self-Management of Distributed Object-Oriented Systems

A.R. Haydarlou, M.A. Oey, B.J. Overeinder, F.M.T. Brazier
2006 2006 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI 2006 Main Conference Proceedings)(WI'06)  
Automated support for management of complex distributed object-oriented systems is a challenge: selfmanagement the goal. A self-management system needs to reason about the behaviour of the distributed entities in a system, and act when necessary. The knowledge needed is multi-leveled: different levels of concepts and rules need to be represented. This paper explores the requirements that hold for representing this knowledge in self-managed distributed object-oriented systems, and explores the
more » ... tential of Semantic Web technology in this context. A model for self-management knowledge and a simplified version of a real-life use case are used to illustrate the potential. * This research is supported by the NLnet Foundation, http://www.nlnet.nl, and Fortis Bank Netherlands, http://www.fortisbank.nl. 1 The terms system and application will be used interchangeably.
doi:10.1109/wi.2006.184 dblp:conf/webi/HaydarlouOOB06 fatcat:sygct4cfqfdghbsjrivuhikyp4