In this paper, we compare and integrate Dynamo and ASTRO, two previous approaches of the authors for run-time monitoring of BPEL orchestrations. A key element of the proposed integrated framework is the capability to cover a wide range of features, including the detection of complex behavioural patterns, the possibility to measure boolean, numeric and time-related properties, the possibility to monitor the behaviour of the composition both at the level of a single execution instance and by aggregating the information of all execution instances of a given composition.

An Integrated Approach for the Run-Time Monitoring of BPEL Orchestrations

Kazhamiakin, Raman;Pistore, Marco
2008

Abstract

In this paper, we compare and integrate Dynamo and ASTRO, two previous approaches of the authors for run-time monitoring of BPEL orchestrations. A key element of the proposed integrated framework is the capability to cover a wide range of features, including the detection of complex behavioural patterns, the possibility to measure boolean, numeric and time-related properties, the possibility to monitor the behaviour of the composition both at the level of a single execution instance and by aggregating the information of all execution instances of a given composition.
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/11582/8833
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