An object-oriented framework for dynamically configuring extensible distributed systems

D C Schmidt, T Suda
<span title="">1994</span> <i title="IOP Publishing"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="" style="color: black;">Distributed Systems Engineering</a> </i> &nbsp;
Developing extensible, robust, and efficient distributed systems is a complex task. To help alleviate this complexity, we have developed the ADAPTIVE Service eXecutive (ASX) framework. ASX is an object-oriented framework composed of automated tools and reusable components. These tools and components help to simplify the development, configuration, and reconfiguration of applications in a distributed environment. Using the ASX framework, the services in the applications may be updated and
more &raquo; ... d without modifying, recompiling, relinking, or restarting the applications at run-time. This paper describes the features and objectoriented architecture of the ASX framework. It also describes how the ASX framework has been used to develop a highly modular, reusable, and dynamically reconfigurable family of distributed system management applications.
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