Software deployment encompasses all post-development activities that make an application operational. The development of system-based components has made it possible to better highlight this piece of the global software lifecycle, as illustrated by numerous industrial and academic studies. However these are generally developed ad-hoc and are consequently platform-dependent. Deployment systems supported by middleware environments (CCM, .Net and EJB) specifically develop mechanisms and tools related to pre-specified deployment strategies. For this topic of distributed component-based software applications, our goal is to define what could be a unified meta modeling architecture for deployment of distributed components based software systems. To illustrate the feasibility of the approach, we introduce a tool called UDeploy (Unified Deployment architecture) which firstly, manages the planning process from meta-information related to the application, the infrastructure and the deployment strategies; secondly, the generation of specific deployment descriptors related to the application and the environment (i.e. the machines connected to a network where a software system is deployed); and finally, the execution of a plan produced by means of deployment strategies used to elaborate a deployment plan.
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- An Architecture Based Deployment of Component Distributed Systems
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