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The evolution and dissemination of network communication technology and the advanced status of embedded devices encourage the creation of solutions for monitoring cities in various environments. End-users can benefit from applications that deliver information in real time. On the other hand, administrating these applications is not a trivial task. Components may fail and invalidate an application. In this essay we present IDEAL-TRAFFIC: a framework based on SOA architecture with modules to manage the state of the service. IDEAL-TRAFFIC provides a simple interface that enables the system administrator to create applications and to make them available to the user. A self-adaptation process is necessary in order to ensure quality of services. In order to maximize resources usage, a process of readaptation is embedded. These approaches follow the rules of the application's requirements and do not depend on human intervention.