Adaptive Context Management for SOA Governance

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This presentation had place at the 4th International Workshop on a Research Agenda for Maintenance and Evolution of Service-Oriented Systems. We proposed an adaptive approach to manage context information that can affect the accomplishment of SOA governance objectives

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Adaptive Context Management for SOA Governance

  1. 1. MESOA - Sept. 17, 2010 Timişoara - Romania Context-Driven Adaptive Monitoring for Supporting SOA Governance Norha M. Villegas Hausi A. Müller Rigi Group - Computer Science Department University of Victoria, Canada y , nvillega@cs.uvic.ca hausi@cs.uvic.ca http://webhome.csc.uvic.ca/~nvillega/ http://webhome.cs.uvic.ca/~hausi/
  2. 2. 2 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Research Questions Service-oriented applications are highly dependent on environmental information How can we represent the context that can affect the behavior of a service-oriented system? How can we change this representation at run-time as required by changes in business objectives and the environment? How can we manage the relevant context under changing requirements?
  3. 3. 3 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Outline 1. The research 2. Challenges in problem and the dynamic 3. O contribution Our t ib ti promise of service- monitoring for SOA oriented computing governance 6. Ongoing research 4. 4 Application 5. 5 Our Approach and summary
  4. 4. 4 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Dynamic Monitoring of Service-Oriented Systems
  5. 5. 5 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Service-Oriented Computing: its visionary promise Creating dynamic Spanning and agile business organizations and processes business platforms By assembling components into loosely coupled network of services Papazoglou et al., Service-oriented computing: state of the art and research challenges. IEEE Computer, 2007
  6. 6. 6 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Complex Dynamics in Service Composition • Service composition must understand and respect or is affected by: y ▫ Policies ▫ Performance levels Context ▫ Security requirements Monitoring is ▫ Service level agreements Key! ▫ User’s matters of concern Dynamic service composition is affected by environmental information that characterize the situation of users, services, computational , , p platforms and businesses
  7. 7. 7 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Some MESOA Research Challenges • Design for context-awareness • Automated governance Context is • Run-time monitoring R i i i • Dynamic service discovering everywhere! • Dynamic service composition • Adaptive maintenance and evolution practices • Mapping between business process and services • Run-time V&V (compliance with design and run-time constraints) Lewis et al., “MESOA 2009: Proceedings of the 3rd international workshop on a research agenda for maintenance MESOA and evolution of service-oriented systems,” CMU/SEI, Tech. Rep. CMU/SEI-2010-SR-004, 2010.
  8. 8. 8 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Dynamic Context Monitoring for SOA Governance: Research Challenges SOA governance needs to manage context information to ensure the execution and evolution of service-oriented systems Relevant context must be Monitoring requirements are specified at design-time but dynamic, the relevant context managed at run-time is not the same over time Distributive Business B i User’s U ’ New N service i Different Diff t nature of objectives concerns interactions SLAs services
  9. 9. 9 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Dynamic Monitoring Instrumentation Service-oriented monitoring infrastructures are required to adapt themselves to address dynamic monitoring objectives according to changes in business- g j g g level objectives and processes, user’s concerns and the environment
  10. 10. 10 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Optimizing SOA Governance SOA governance requires effective mechanisms to control the accomplishment of governance objectives l h li h f bj i under changing environmental conditions Context- Adaptive Dynamic Awareness Sytems Monitoring
  11. 11. 11 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Our Contribution: Dynamic Monitoring for SOA Governance A feature based model to represent relevant feature-based context and monitoring requirements Feedback loops are first level An adaptive components control-based reference Monitoring objectives keep architecture to relevance with respect to implement governance objectives dynamic context monitoringg New monitoring strategies infrastructures defined at run-time
  12. 12. 12 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Through Run-Time Re-Negotiation of SLAs
  13. 13. 13 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Run-Time Re-Negotiation of SLA R Ti R N ti ti f SLAs Minimum 10 trans/sec  summer transaction rate 5 trans/sec  the remainder of the year SLA: Minimum transaction rate SLO: throughput
  14. 14. 14 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Run-Time Re-Negotiation of SLAs The dynamic re-negotiation of y g SLAs should be performed according to current situations: g Changes in the hotel occupancy g p y rate
  15. 15. 15 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Run-Time Re-Negotiation of SLAs CONTEXT CONTEXT
  16. 16. 16 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Governance Feedback Loops p Feature-Based Context-Driven Context Management
  17. 17. 17 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Context-Aware Governance Feedback Loops Müller et al., “SOA governance optimizes the business and evolution of service-oriented systems,” In proceedings of MESOA 2009 CMU/SEI, Tech. Rep. CMU/SEI-2010-SR-004, 2010.
  18. 18. 18 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Feature-Based Context Meta-Model 1. Our context taxonomy Minimum 10 trans/sec  summer transaction rate 5 trans/sec  the remainder of the year N. M. Villegas and H. A. Müller, “Managing dynamic context to optimize smart interactions and services”, Springer LNCS, vol. 6400, 2010, to appear.
  19. 19. 19 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Feature-Based Context Meta-Model 2. Features to guide context modeling and management N. M. Villegas and H. A. Müller, “Managing dynamic context to optimize smart interactions and services”, Springer LNCS, vol. 6400, 2010, to appear.
  20. 20. 20 Rigi Research Group
  21. 21. 21 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Control-Based S i Component C t l B d Service C t Reference Architecture
  22. 22. 22 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Control-Based S i Component C t l B d Service C t Reference Architecture
  23. 23. 23 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Context-Model Controller Architecture Inference Inference Definition of context of of Context control monitoring monitoring Monitoring Model objectives j strategies g p plans Plan
  24. 24. 24 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Context Monitor Architecture C t t M it A hit t Deployment Correlation Monitoring Plan g of the Gathering Handling of context Symptoms y p strategy t t facts f t
  25. 25. 25 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Context Sensing Architecture C t t S i A hit t Context sensing Context Sensor Pre- Context request gathering discovery processing observation
  26. 26. 26 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Dynamic Monitoring Strategies
  27. 27. 27 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Case Application: Concrete architecture for the monitoring infrastructure required by the case application
  28. 28. 28 Rigi Research Group Related Work • Current SOA monitoring approaches are not context aware (e.g., IBM- IBM WSLA) • There is not many evidence of monitoring approaches able to change dynamic monitoring strategies at run-time (e.g., approaches surveyed by Bianco et al., Villegas and Müller, and the Petals European Project) • A Aspect-oriented approaches provide partial d t i t d h id ti l dynamicity ( i it (e.g., D Dynamo of f Baresi and Guinea’s) ▫ Monitoring assertions are generated at compilation-time or load-time ▫ Once at run-time, logic monitoring is statically integrated into business logic , g g y g g • Current approaches focuses on requirements for the adaptation of the managed system rather than on the adaptation of the monitoring strategy itself it lf
  29. 29. 29 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Ongoing Research Definition of case studies from industry to validate the approach (e.g., IBM-CAS) Design-time representation Evaluation of the feature-based model approach to represent context and Run-time modification monitoring requirements Support f user modification S t for difi ti Apache Tuscany Evaluation of available technology to support the modification of IBM WebSphere application server monitoring plans at run-time FraSCAti Evaluation of existing context g COSMOS management frameworks
  30. 30. 30 MESOA - Sept. 17/2010 Summary • We proposed a f d feature-based reference model to guide the representation of b d f d l d h f context information and monitoring requirements for SOA governance ▫ Represented at design-time ▫ Managed at run-time • We proposed a control-based reference architecture to guide the implementation self-adaptive monitoring infrastructures ▫ Based on feedback loops to control the adaptation process ▫ Able to implement dynamic monitoring strategies deployable at run time run-time according to SOA governance objectives • The next steps focuses on ▫ The validation of models to represent context at design time and then design-time manage it at run-time ▫ The validation of available technologies for implementing dynamic monitoring strategies ▫ The implementation and validation of the monitoring infrastructure to be applicable in industry
  31. 31. 31 Rigi Research Group Thank you! h k ! Questions and discussion University of Victoria, aerial view
  32. 32. 32 MESOA 2010

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