Harrison D. Strowd

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Service-oriented architectures (SOAs) provide loose coupling and software reuse in enterprise applications. SOAs enable applications to heal themselves by failing over to alternate services when a critical application component or service reference fails. The numerous intricate details of identifying errors and planning a recovery strategy make it hard to(More)
Building enterprise applications that can self-adapt to eliminate component failures is hard. Existing approaches for building adaptive applications exhibit significant limitations, such as requiring developers to manually handle healing side-effects, such as lock release, thread synchronization, and transaction cancellation. Moreover, these techniques(More)
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