# FT-OSGi: Fault Tolerant Extensions to the OSGi Service Platform

@inproceedings{Torro2009FTOSGiFT,
title={FT-OSGi: Fault Tolerant Extensions to the OSGi Service Platform},
author={Carlos Torr{\~a}o and Nuno A. Carvalho and Lu{\'i}s E. T. Rodrigues},
booktitle={OTM Conferences},
year={2009}
}
• Published in OTM Conferences 7 November 2009
• Computer Science
The OSGi Service Platform defines a framework for the deployment of extensible and downloadable Java applications. Many of the application areas for OSGi have significant dependability requirements. This paper presents and evaluates FT-OSGi, a set of extensions to the OSGi Service Platform that allow to replicate OSGi services. FT-OSGi supports replication of OSGi services, including state-transfer among replicas, supports multiple replication strategies, and allows to apply a different…
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