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== History ==
 
== History ==
The term autonomic, like the term autonomous, comes from robotics and human related sciences.
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The term "autonomic" originates from human sciences e.g. the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autonomic_nervous_system autonomic nervous system] where it refers to a control system responding involuntarily i.e., without consciousness to stimuli coming from its environment. The term "autonomic computing" was [http://www.research.ibm.com/autonomic/manifesto/autonomic_computing.pdf widely promoted by IBM] as part of the Grand Challenges for the IT industry. See also the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autonomic_Computing Wikipedia page on Autonomic Computing]
  
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== Definition ==
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* Autonomic networking requires self-* properties. According to IBM there are four fundamental aspects of autonomic computing:
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** Self-configuring – systems adapt automatically to dynamically changing environments.
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** Self-healing – systems discover, diagnose, and react to disruptions.
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** Self-optimizing – systems monitor and tune resources automatically.
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**Self-protecting – systems anticipate, detect, identify, and protect themselves from attacks from anywhere.
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* Autonomic management: Acting involuntary (on reflex) according to some predefined policies in order to keep the system up and running within its limits.
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* Autonomic (in general): (a) acting or occurring involuntarily (reflexes) and (b) relating to, affecting, or controlled by the autonomic nervous system or its effects or activity (http://mw1.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/autonomic).
  
== Definition ==
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== Characteristics ==
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* Autonomic management is sometimes used to refer to the set of management activities that take place in Autonomic Networks or Autonomic Systems.
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* It also sometimes refers to all algorithms that automate management and/or control functions of traditional networks in such a way that they become more autonomic
  
* autonomic: (a) acting or occurring involuntarily (reflexes) and (b) relating to, affecting, or controlled by the autonomic nervous system or its effects or activity (http://mw1.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/autonomic).
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== Relation to Autonomous management ==
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Compared to autonomous networks, autonomic networks are less intelligent and require a management interface.
  
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* autonomous: (a) having the right of power of self-government; (b) responding, reacting, or developing independently of the whole (http://mw1.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/autonmous).
  
* Autonomic management is sometimes used to refer to the set of management activities that take place in Autonomic Networks or Autonomic Systems.
 
  
* It also sometimes refers to all algorithms that automate management and/or control functions of traditional networks in such a way that they become more autonomic
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== Projects ==
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* IBM Autonomic Computing, IBM Self-Managing Autonomic Technology, http://www-03.ibm.com/autonomic/
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* ANA: Autonomic Network Architecture, http://www.ana-project.org/
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* [http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/amuse/ AMUSe: Autonomic Management of Ubiquitous Systems for e-Health]
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== Conferences and Workshops ==
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* [http://www.autonomic-conference.org/ IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing]
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* MACE 2006, 1st IEEE International Workshop on Modelling Autonomic Communications Environments, http://www.manweek2006.org/mace/
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* Autonomic Management of Communication Networks and Services, http://www.tssg.org/autonomic-netman/
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* Model-driven Autonomic Management (MAM), Purdue University, http://www.cs.iupui.edu/~ydai/AMSCS/MAM.htm
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* Autonomic Management of Mobile Multimedia Services: 9th IFIP / IEEE International Conference on Management of Multimedia and Mobile Networks and Services, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4267, Springer, 2006
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* Autonomic Management of Large Clusters and Their Integration into the Grid, Journal of Grid Computing, Springer, ISSN 1570-7873, 2005
  
== Characteristics ==
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== Books ==
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* Yu Cheng et al., A Generic Architecture for Autonomic Service and Network Management, Computer Communications (2006), www.sciencedirect.de, Elsevier
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* Richard Murch, Autonomic Computing, IBM Press
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* Manish Parashar (Editor), Salim Hariri (Editor), Autonomic Computing: Concepts, Infrastructure, and Applications, CRC Press, 2007
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* Babaoglu, O.; Jelasity, M.; Montresor, A.; Fetzer, C.; Leonardi, S.; van Moorsel, A.; van Steen, M. (Eds.), Self-star Properties in Complex Information Systems, Springer LNCS 3460, 2005, ISBN: 978-3-540-26009-7
  
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== Publications ==
  
== Relation to Autonomous management ==
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* [http://www.research.ibm.com/autonomic/manifesto/autonomic_computing.pdf The Autonomic Computing Manifesto]
Compared to autonomous networks, autonomic networks are less intelligent and require a management interface.
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* Autonomic Computing Special Issue, IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 42, No 1, 2003.
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* Kephart J, Chess D, The Vision of Autonomic Computing, IEEE Computer, Jan 2003, pp 41-50.
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* E. Lupu, N. Dulay, M. Sloman, J.Sventek, S. Heeps, S. Strowes, K. Twidle, S.-L. Keoh, A. Schaeffer-Filho. AMUSE: Autonomic Management of Ubiquitous e-Health Systems. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 20(3)-277-296. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cpe.1194
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* M. Sloman, E. C. Lupu, Engineering Policy-Based Ubiquitous Systems. The Computer Journal. 2009, DOI 10.1093/comjnl/bxp102.
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* [http://www.icse-conferences.org/2005/ConferenceProgram/InvitedTalks/Kephart.pdf An Exellent Invited talk given by Jeff Kephart as part of ICSE 2005]
  
* autonomous: (a) having the right of power of self-government; (b) responding, reacting, or developing independently of the whole (http://mw1.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/autonmous).
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[[Category:Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 11:02, 2 November 2010

History

The term "autonomic" originates from human sciences e.g. the autonomic nervous system where it refers to a control system responding involuntarily i.e., without consciousness to stimuli coming from its environment. The term "autonomic computing" was widely promoted by IBM as part of the Grand Challenges for the IT industry. See also the Wikipedia page on Autonomic Computing

Definition

  • Autonomic networking requires self-* properties. According to IBM there are four fundamental aspects of autonomic computing:
    • Self-configuring – systems adapt automatically to dynamically changing environments.
    • Self-healing – systems discover, diagnose, and react to disruptions.
    • Self-optimizing – systems monitor and tune resources automatically.
    • Self-protecting – systems anticipate, detect, identify, and protect themselves from attacks from anywhere.
  • Autonomic management: Acting involuntary (on reflex) according to some predefined policies in order to keep the system up and running within its limits.
  • Autonomic (in general): (a) acting or occurring involuntarily (reflexes) and (b) relating to, affecting, or controlled by the autonomic nervous system or its effects or activity (http://mw1.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/autonomic).

Characteristics

  • Autonomic management is sometimes used to refer to the set of management activities that take place in Autonomic Networks or Autonomic Systems.
  • It also sometimes refers to all algorithms that automate management and/or control functions of traditional networks in such a way that they become more autonomic

Relation to Autonomous management

Compared to autonomous networks, autonomic networks are less intelligent and require a management interface.


Projects

Conferences and Workshops

Books

  • Yu Cheng et al., A Generic Architecture for Autonomic Service and Network Management, Computer Communications (2006), www.sciencedirect.de, Elsevier
  • Richard Murch, Autonomic Computing, IBM Press
  • Manish Parashar (Editor), Salim Hariri (Editor), Autonomic Computing: Concepts, Infrastructure, and Applications, CRC Press, 2007
  • Babaoglu, O.; Jelasity, M.; Montresor, A.; Fetzer, C.; Leonardi, S.; van Moorsel, A.; van Steen, M. (Eds.), Self-star Properties in Complex Information Systems, Springer LNCS 3460, 2005, ISBN: 978-3-540-26009-7

Publications

  • The Autonomic Computing Manifesto
  • Autonomic Computing Special Issue, IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 42, No 1, 2003.
  • Kephart J, Chess D, The Vision of Autonomic Computing, IEEE Computer, Jan 2003, pp 41-50.
  • E. Lupu, N. Dulay, M. Sloman, J.Sventek, S. Heeps, S. Strowes, K. Twidle, S.-L. Keoh, A. Schaeffer-Filho. AMUSE: Autonomic Management of Ubiquitous e-Health Systems. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 20(3)-277-296. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cpe.1194
  • M. Sloman, E. C. Lupu, Engineering Policy-Based Ubiquitous Systems. The Computer Journal. 2009, DOI 10.1093/comjnl/bxp102.
  • An Exellent Invited talk given by Jeff Kephart as part of ICSE 2005