The Role of Software Architecture in Constraining Adaptation in Component-Based Middleware Platforms

  title={The Role of Software Architecture in Constraining Adaptation in Component-Based Middleware Platforms},
  author={Gordon S. Blair and Lynne Blair and Val{\'e}rie Issarny and Petr Tuma and Apostolos V. Zarras},
Future middleware platforms will need to be more configurable in order to meet the demands of a wide variety of appl ication domains. Furthermore, we believe that such platforms will al so need to be re-configurable, for example to enable systems to adapt to changes i n the underlying systems infrastructure. A number of technologies are emergi ng to support this level of configurability and re-configurability, most notabl y middleware platforms based on the concepts of open implementation and… CONTINUE READING
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