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Model for Self-Managing Java Servers

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Bookmark and Share The Model for Self-Managing Java Servers is intended to be a working model of a non-stopping, Java-based server (which could be a Web server, application server, etc.). The server has the self-configuration and self-healing aspects of an autonomic computing, self-managed server.
Autonomic Computing (AC) systems are capable of managing themselves to fit the new environment. Four main aspects of self-managed systems are self-configuration, self-healing, self-optimization, and self-protection.
Normally, whenever an abnormal event happens in any Java server during a transaction, the server logs the exception or error and aborts the current transaction. The server isn't capable of dynamically managing the problems and proceeding to handle new transactions. Human intervention is an unavoidable scenario here. Unless the problem is analyzed and fixed by the administrator, the system behaves the same way for repetitive occurrences of the problem. This approach involves some time, which might be very costly for critical businesses. Human intervention always has some room for errors. Today, the aim is to provide an automated solution as much as possible. Implementing servers using the suggested method addresses this issue.

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