Automated Monitoring of Component Integrity in Distributed Object Systems


The marriage of object-oriented component programming languages such as C++ and Java with distributed object infrastructures such as CORBA has made the dream of component-based software development and assembly a reality. Yet while distributed object computing may ease the design and construction of software systems, it also introduces significant challenges in ensuring the integrity of component collaborations and the overall reliability of system execution. “Integrity” here refers not only to the functional correctness of a distributed object system and its constituent components, but to other attributes as well, such as quality of service and system security. Given the immaturity of distributed object computing, the full scope of this problem has yet to be encountered in development practice or studied by researchers.

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@inproceedings{Rosenblum1997AutomatedMO, title={Automated Monitoring of Component Integrity in Distributed Object Systems}, author={David S. Rosenblum}, year={1997} }