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A Distributed Environment Monitor for the ISA Architecture

Objectif

The ISA-DEMON project addressed an acute need of the growing community of researchers, developers and systems integrators who are exploiting object-oriented distributed systems architectures and platforms.
The project addresses an acute need of the growing community of researchers, developers and systems integrators who are exploiting object oriented distributed systems architectures and platforms. This need is for instrumentation and visualization tools that reflect and exploit the rich composition and abstraction features of these distributed platforms. Such capabilities are essential at the critical systems integration stage of the system life cycle. They are also highly valuable as a basis for rapid prototyping, requirements structuring and evaluation of new applications and for the management of distributed applications and systems in operation. Finally, such tools may be used both for training purposes and to demonstrate the advantages of object oriented architectures as platforms for developing distributed applications.

The project addresses the needs identified above by developing a set of effective highly configurable tools for instrumentation of distributed applications. The prototype instrumentation system, Demon,developed during the communication systems architecture (CSA) project has been enhanced and ported onto the integrated systems architecture (ISA) testbench for exposure to the ISA user community. Pilot studies are being carried out addressing particular instrumentation needs and results are being used to refine the generic Demon infrastructure and to develop metatools to ease configuration in specific environments and use within a range of application domains.
This need is for instrumentation and visualisation tools that reflect and exploit the rich composition and abstraction features of these distributed platforms. Such capabilities are essential at the critical systems integration stage of the system life-cycle. They are also highly valuable as a basis for rapid prototyping, requirements structuring and evaluation of new applications and for the management of distributed applications and systems in operation. Finally, such tools may be used both for training purposes and to demonstrate the advantages of object-oriented architectures as platforms for developing distributed applications.

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MARI Applied Technologies Ltd
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Boldon Business Park Witney Way
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