Ambient Networks: 16th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on by Jorge E. López de Vergara, Víctor A. Villagrá, Julio

By Jorge E. López de Vergara, Víctor A. Villagrá, Julio Berrocal (auth.), Jürgen Schönwälder, Joan Serrat (eds.)

This quantity of the Lecture Notes in laptop technology sequence comprises all of the papersacceptedforpresentationatthe16thIFIP/IEEEInternationalWorkshop on allotted structures: Operations and administration (DSOM 2005), which was once held on the college Polit` ecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona in the course of October 24– 26, 2005. DSOM 2005 used to be the 16th workshop in a chain of annual workshop and it the footsteps of hugely profitable earlier conferences, the main - cent of which have been held in Davis, united states (DSOM 2004), Heidelberg, Germany (DSOM 2003), Montreal, Canada (DSOM 2002), Nancy, France (DSOM 2001), and Austin, united states (DSOM 2000). The objective of the DSOM workshop is to carry togetherresearchersintheareasofnetworks,systems,andservicesmanagement, from either and academia, to debate contemporary advances and foster destiny development during this ?eld. not like the bigger administration symposia, akin to IM (Integrated administration) and NOMS (Network Operations and administration Symposium), the DSOM workshops are geared up as single-track courses to be able to stimulate interplay between participants.

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Sloman: The PONDER Policy Specification Language. In Proc. International Workshop of Policies for Distributed Systems and Networks (Policy 2001). Bristol, UK, January 2001. fr Abstract. Studying the performance of a distributed system without taking care on the impact of its management system will falsify the understanding of its overall performance, especially its productivity. We propose a metric called MIM (Management Impact Metric) to evaluate this impact by varying one or several impact factors related to the management system within a management strategy of the managed system.

In the “internal network”, the object “internal web clients” is an Actor representing a group of processes that are authorised to access the processes mapped by the Target “internet web sites” (in the “external network”) through the Mediator “Web proxy”, by the ATPP “int clients may surf on inet sites”. Figure 3 shows both the abstract and the expanded view for the AS “internal network” (leftmost of Fig. 2). Each object in the abstract view of the AS is then related to the elements that model the corresponding real entities of the system; for instance, the Actor “internal web clients” is associated with its respective Process-typed objects.

Studying the performance of a distributed system without taking care on the impact of its management system will falsify the understanding of its overall performance, especially its productivity. We propose a metric called MIM (Management Impact Metric) to evaluate this impact by varying one or several impact factors related to the management system within a management strategy of the managed system. We show the accuracy and interest of our metric on a managed J2EE application server that uses a management architecture based on the JMX standard.

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