By Anne-Françoise Le Meur, Charles Consel, Benoît Escrig (auth.), Judith Bishop (eds.)
Deployment is the act of taking parts and readying them for effective use. there is steps following deployment, equivalent to install or m- agement similar capabilities, yet all judgements approximately the way to con?gure and c- pose/assemble an element are made on the deployment degree. this can be as a result the only chance within the software program lifecycle to bridge the space among what the part developer couldn’t find out about the deployment atmosphere and what the environment’s developer couldn’t learn about the open set of depl- capable elements. it isn't amazing that deployment as a devoted step profits significance whilst addressing problems with system-wide characteristics, similar to dealing with restricted assets or getting ready for part edition and procedure evolution. but, part deployment continues to be a self-discipline in its infancy: it turned mainstream perform basically within the mid Nineties. a lot of the simplest perform impulse originated in items like Microsoft’s Transaction Server and its method of attribute-based programming and later items like company JavaBeans and now the Corba part version. these kind of handle the speci?c wishes of firm appli- tion servers. besides the fact that, the possibility of the deployment proposal is going some distance past this. Deployment can and will contact e?ectively all really component-based recommendations. The complaints of part Deployment 2002 symbolize a great cro- part of the gamut of deployment concerns. From customization to deal with - resource constraints to recon?guration of deployed platforms and from structure to layout to languages, the avid reader will ?nd a few contribution.
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Component Deployment: IFIP/ACM Working Conference, CD 2002 Berlin, Germany, June 20–21, 2002 Proceedings by Anne-Françoise Le Meur, Charles Consel, Benoît Escrig (auth.), Judith Bishop (eds.)