A number of technologies are emerging to support this
level of configurability and re-configurability, most notably
middleware platforms based on the concepts of open
implementation and reflection. One problem with this general
approach is that widespread changes can often be made to the
middleware platform, potentially jeopardizing the integrity of
the overall system. This article describes how adaptive and
reflective middleware systems (ARMS) are being developed to
bridge the gap between military application programs and the
underlying operating systems and communication software in
order to provide reusable services whose qualities are critical to
network-centric combat systems. ARMS software can adapt in
response to dynamically changing conditions for the purpose of
utilizing the available computer and communication resources
to the highest degree possible in support of mission needs. In
this presentation, some fundamentals of this MOM-middleware
are briefly presented and how Internetworking and growing
data security requirements affect to some later mentioned
MOM implementations Furthermore, we believe that such
platforms will also need to be reconfigurable, for example to
enable systems to adapt to changes in the underlying systems
\ue000MIDDLEWARE \u2013 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
\ue000MESSAGE ORIENTED MIDDLEWARE(MOM).
\ue000SOME COMMON PROPERTIES OF MOM.
\ue000MOM ACROSS INTERNET.
\ue000ADVANTAGES OF MOM.
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