Transparent Dynamic Reconfiguration for CORBA

@inproceedings{Almeida2001TransparentDR,
  title={Transparent Dynamic Reconfiguration for CORBA},
  author={Jo{\~a}o Paulo A. Almeida and Maarten Wegdam and Marten van Sinderen and Lambert J. M. Nieuwenhuis},
  booktitle={DOA},
  year={2001}
}
Distributed systems with high availability requirements have to support some form of dynamic reconfiguration. This means that they must provide the ability to be maintained or upgraded without being taken off-line. Building a distributed system that allows dynamic reconfiguration is very intrusive to the overall design of the system, and generally requires special skills from both the client and server side application developers. There is an opportunity to provide support for dynamic… CONTINUE READING
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