Intention-oriented modelling support for GORE in elastic cloud applications

Y. Karam, T. Baker, A. Taleb-Bendiab

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Businesses started to exploit the forthcoming value from deployment of cloud computing as a new caterpillar paradigm to reach out more diversified customer slices. Although the general concepts they practically focus on are: viability, survivability, adaptability, etc., however, on the ground, there is still a lack for forming mechanisms to sustain viability with adaptation of new types of requirements that pertain to other un-tackled aspects of the echosystem. Such aspects like social intentionality are of actors and their goals. This paper introduces modern dynamic software programming environment aided with modelling support to achieve operationalization and adaptation of abstract object; goals and their properties as formation of new type of requirements into service based applications distributed over the cloud. This will in turn provide system runtime components to interactively confer to guarantee self-adaptive behaviour with respect to its functional and non-functional characteristics.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Computer Medical Applications, ICCMA 2013
Publication statusPublished - 2013


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