Design Patterns to Build Large Resilient and Predictable Systems
Building large resilient and computer systems can be challenging, especially when temporal predictability is also required. Large resilient systems are typically composed of different networking technologies, for example, using different wired and wireless communication technologies. Building such systems with safety-relevant services demands appropriate system interfaces and algorithmic concepts. In this talk we present some design patterns that are useful to build such large resilient and predictable systems. Often, the underlying communication medium does not provide the reliability and real-time properties that are needed for a concrete application. In such a case the presented design patterns can be implemented as a communication layer on top of the underlying communication system. We discuss design patterns for interaction autonomy, system communication and reliability.
Published in2019 International Conference on Promising Electronic Technologies (ICPET)
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