Middleware'98: IFIP International Conference on Distributed Systems Platforms and Open Distributed Processing

Overview

This volume focuses on the design, implementation, deployment and evaluation of distributed systems platforms and architectures for future networked environments. Issues addresses in the text include: ORB architectures and engineering; event based systems; workflow environments; scalability in distributed systems platforms; availability and integrity; mobile objects; component architectures; type safety and security; web services; and application services. This book compiles the proceedings of Middleware '98, the...
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Overview

This volume focuses on the design, implementation, deployment and evaluation of distributed systems platforms and architectures for future networked environments. Issues addresses in the text include: ORB architectures and engineering; event based systems; workflow environments; scalability in distributed systems platforms; availability and integrity; mobile objects; component architectures; type safety and security; web services; and application services. This book compiles the proceedings of Middleware '98, the IFIP International Conference on Distributed Systems Platforms and Open Distributed Processing. The conference was held in the Lake District, UK, in September 1998 and was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). This book represents an invaluable resource for researchers working on the state of the art in the field of distributed systems platforms and middleware.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781447112853
  • Publisher: Springer London
  • Publication date: 7/31/2012
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 476
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.99 (d)

Table of Contents

Workflow: A CORBA Compliant Transactional Workflow System for Internet Applications, S. Wheater, S. Shrivastava and F. Ranno.- A Generic Workflow Environment based on CORBA Business Objects, A. Schill and C. Mittasch. Scaleability: A Scalable Middleware Solution for Advanced Wide-Area Web Services, M. van Steen, A. Tanenbaum, I. Kuz and H. Sips.- A Gossip-Style Failure Detection Service, R. van Renesse, Y. Minsky and M. Hayden.- System Support for Scalable and Fault Tolerant Internet Services, Y. Chawathe and E. Brewer. Availability and Integrity: Highly Available Trading System: Experiments with CORBA, X. Difago, K. Mazouni and A. Schiper.- Integrity Management in GUARDS, E. Totel, Lj. Beus-Dukic, J.-P. Blanquart, Y. Deswarte, D. Powell and A. Wellings.- The Realize Middleware for Replication and Resource Management, P. Melliar-Smith, L. Moser, V. Kalogeraki and P. Narasimhan. ORB Engineering: DIMMA - A Multi-media ORB, D. Donaldson, M. Faupel, R. Hayton, A. Herbert, N. Howarth, A. Kramer,I. MacMillan, D. Otway and S. Waterhouse.- The Implementation of a High Performance ORB over Multiple Network Transports, S.-L. Lo and S. Pope. ORB Architecture: Jonathan: an Open Distributed Processing Environment in Java, B. Dumant, F. Horn, F. Tran and J.-B. Stefani.- An Architecture for Next Generation Middleware, G. Blair, G. Coulson, P. Robin and M. Papathomas.- QuO's Runtime Support for Quality of Service in Distributed Objects, R. Vanegas, J. Zinky, J. Loyall, R. Schantz and D. Bakken. Components: Component Coordination in Middleware Systems, M. Radesk and S. Eisenbach.- Architecturing and Configuring Distributed Application with Olan, R. Balter, L. Bellissard, F. Boyer, M. Riveill and J.-Y. Vion-Dury.- A Framework for Systematic Synthesis of Transactional Middleware, A. Zarras and V. Issarny. Type Safety and Security: Secure Architectures, S. Gibson, S. Gorain, D. Povey and P. Clutterbuck.- Improving Type-Safety in CORBA, S. Crawley and K. Duddy.- Type Checking Stream Flow Endpoints, F. Eliassen and S. Mehus. Mobile Objects: Mobile Java Objects, R. Hayton, M. Bursell, D. Donaldson and A. Herbert.- Javanaise: Distributed Shared Objects for Internet Cooperative Applications, D. Hagimont and D. Louvegnies.- Mole 3.0: A Middleware for Java-Based Mobile Software Agents, J. Baumann, F. Hohl, K. Rothermel, M. Schwehm and M. Stra├čer. Web Services: Active Cache: Caching Dynamic Contents (Objects) on the Web, P. Cao, J. Zhang and K. Beach.- Saperlipopette!: a Distributed Web Caching Systems Evaluation Tool, G. Pierre and M. Makpangou.- Experience With Top Gun Wingman: A Proxy-Based Graphical Web Browser for the 3Com PalmPilot, A. Fox, I. Goldberg, S. Gribble, D. Lee, A. Polito and E. Brewer. Events: Event-based Distributed Workflow Execution with EVE, A. Geppert and D. Tombros.- An Architecture to Support Storage and Retrieval of Events, M. Spiteri and J. Bates.- Run-time Monitoring of Distributed Applications, X. Logean, F. Dietrich, H. Karamyan and S. Koppenhvfer.- Index of Contributors.- Sponsors.
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