DOVE : A Distributed Object Visualization Environment Applying CORBA , Java Beans , and C + + to Monitor and Visualize Distributed Systems and Applications

@inproceedings{Kircher1999DOVEA,
  title={DOVE : A Distributed Object Visualization Environment Applying CORBA , Java Beans , and C + + to Monitor and Visualize Distributed Systems and Applications},
  author={Michael Kircher and Douglas C. Schmidt},
  year={1999}
}
Large-scale distributed systems typically contain many heterogeneous components [16]. To manage these types of systems, applications and administrators must be able to monitor the status and proper functioning of system resources. This paper describes the design and use of a distributed object visualization environment (DOVE) that supports monitoring and visualization of applications and services in heterogeneous distributed systems. In this paper, we use DOVE as an exemplar to illustrate how… CONTINUE READING

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