Argos container, core and extension framework
AuthorEriksen, Dan Peder
With the emergence of the internet and e-commerce in the 90’s new common problems arose when developing applications that span the internet. These common problems include among others scalability, robustness, networking, database usage and heterogeneity. Software developers creating internet applications saw themselves reinventing the wheel repeatedly. This lead to the creation of middleware systems that aimed to solve these common problems. This thesis will present Argos which uses a different way of building middleware systems. Argos is able to provide tailored, flexible and extensible middleware support using reflection, dependency injection, Java Management Extensions (JMX) notifications and hot deployment. The result is a platform capable of tackling domain specific challenges. It provides rapid development of feature rich applications for managing and processing information. Argos has gone through thorough testing proving production stability.
PublisherUniversitetet i Tromsø
University of Tromsø
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