If legislative contracts can anticipate changes, if it is not even a routine event, we can agree that IT, which is very dynamic, should be able to anticipate and adapt to new requirements. APIs should be “living documents” in order to evolve safely over time. As businesses become more and more distributed, their business processes become more complex, but IT simply cannot keep up with the API`s (and re-integration) manual integration demand, it`s simply not modulated. This problem is at the heart of tensions between businesses and information technology. An API expresses a software component in relation to its operations, entries, editions and underlying types. An API defines features independent of their respective implementations, allowing definitions and implementations to vary without altering the interface. A good API facilitates the development of a program by providing all the building blocks. A programmer then assembles the blocks. In this article, we present SLAC, an SLA definition language specifically designed for clouds as a formalism, to support the entire life cycle of ALS. The most important novelty of language is the ability to record the dynamic aspects of the environment within ALS by defining the conditions and actions of changing level of service to execution.
SLAC makes the most of cloud elasticity, reduces the need for renegotiation and offers dynamic scenario guarantees. The language has a formal syntax and semantics and provides effective software tools to support the entire SLA management lifecycle. The impact of our language and software tools is assessed using a series of experiments that provide empirical evidence of the benefits of SLAC. While the entry offers a concise summary of the nature of an API and the goal of facilitating the compatibility of software development “building blocks,” most of us realize that the real world is not as plug-and-play as the definition suggests. The law allows the parties to leave the terms open and decide after executing a contract. Thus, the unique trade code 2-305 specifies that the parties can “enter into a sales contract even if the price is not charged,” and if the price is not determined, the price is the reasonable price at the time of delivery. Statutes and judicial expertise have a strong presumption of enforceable declaration of force of contracts and therefore have a large number of “gap management mechanisms” to enforce contracts in the event of a complete non-establishment of conditions. Unlike open terms that are enforceable, dynamic clause contracts indicate the value field that a dynamic term can adopt based on different states of the physical world or relevant data.