Partitioning of Java applications to support dynamic updates

  title={Partitioning of Java applications to support dynamic updates},
  author={Robert Pawel Bialek and Eric Jul and Jean-Guy Schneider and Yan Jin},
  journal={11th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference},
The requirement for 24/7 availability of distributed applications complicates their maintenance and evolution as shutting down such applications to perform updates may not be an acceptable solution. Therefore, there is a need to be able to update these applications dynamically, i.e. without shutting them down. Current solutions for building dynamically updatable Java applications require that applications either are prepared for updates from the outset, comply with a specific framework, or are… CONTINUE READING
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