As distributed systems tend to grow in the number of components and in their geographical dispersion, deployment and management are increasingly becoming problematic. For long, there has been a tradition of developing architectures for managing networked and distributed systems . These architectures tend to be complex, unwieldy, and indeed, difficult to manage. We need to explore alternative avenues if we want to construct a next generation of distributed systems.
|Title of host publication||Principles of Distributed Systems|
|Subtitle of host publication||7th International Conference, OPODIS 2003, La Martinique, French West Indies, December 10-13, 2003, Revised Selected Papers|
|Editors||Marina Papatriantafilou, Philippe Hunel|
|Place of Publication||Berlin, Heidelberg|
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2004|
|Event||7th International Conferenceon Principles of Distributed Systems, OPODIS 2003 - La Martinique, France|
Duration: 10 Dec 2003 → 13 Dec 2003
Conference number: 7
|Name||Lecture Notes in Computer Science|
|Conference||7th International Conferenceon Principles of Distributed Systems, OPODIS 2003|
|Period||10/12/03 → 13/12/03|
van Steen, M. (2004). Towards very large, self-managing distributed systems extended abstract. In M. Papatriantafilou, & P. Hunel (Eds.), Principles of Distributed Systems: 7th International Conference, OPODIS 2003, La Martinique, French West Indies, December 10-13, 2003, Revised Selected Papers (pp. 3-6). (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol. 3144). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.