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Towards a Service-Based Internet

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Beschreibung

Today it is almost impossible to remember what life was like with no computer, no mobile phone, and no Internet for accessing information, performing tra- actions or exchanging emails and data. New technology is bringing wave after wave of new bene?ts to daily life: organisations are doing business with each other via the Internet; people are ?lling in tax declarations online and booking their next vacation through the Internet. In general we are all progressively - ing (and dependent on) software and services running on computers, connecting mobile phones and other devices, and exchanging information on the Internet. People like to shop around and exercise choice. So do businesses and public administrations. Today they can buy a complete software package that best suits their needs, even though they may never use some of the tools it o?ers, or other desirable tools are not available. In the future they may no longer have to compromise on choice. Alternative approaches like Software as a Service and Computing Resources as a Service are emerging. Software is provided on-line as a service when and where it is needed, and the same for computing resources needed to run software. Such an approach allows individuals and organisations totapintoande?ectivelyharnesstheimmensewealthofinformation,knowledge and analytical resources when they need them, paying only for what they use. Customersareboundtobene?twhenthereisasu?cientlyrichchoiceofservices.

Autorentext
Dr. Klaus Pohl is full professor for software systems engineering and director of the Institute for Computer Science and Business Information Systems at the University of Essen, Germany. He holds a degree in computer science (FH Karlsruhe, Germany) and a degree in information systems (Univ. Konstanz, Germany). Klaus Pohl received his PhD and his habilitation in Computer Science from the Technical University of Aachen, Germany. His current research interest include software product lines, requirements management and scenario-based test case derivation. Current research projects include the European ITEA initiative in software product lines (the CAFÉ project) and various industrial uptake projects with leading Germany companies. Klaus Pohl is (co-)author of over 90 referred publications in the area of requirements and software engineering. He as published a book on Process-Centred Requirments Engineering (RSP/Wiley) and is (co-editor) of more than 15 conference and workshop proceedings. Moreover, he is/was co-editor of several special issues of well-established journals, including 'Introduction of Software Product Lines', IEEE Software, 2002. He is a member of the IFIP working-group 2.9 on software requirements engineering, member of the steering committee of the IEEE Intl. Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), member of the editorial board of the Requirements Engineering Journal and founder and member of the advisory board of the Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ) workshop series. He is/was program chair of various conferences and workshops including the IEEE Joint Intl. Requirements Engineering Conference (RE 02).

Klappentext

This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First European Conference, ServiceWave 2008, held in Madrid, Spain, in December 2008.

The 28 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 102 initial submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on adaption/monitoring, model driven architecture, network services, service oriented architecture, business process management, deployment/invocation, security, workflow as well as SLA/QoS.



Inhalt
Adaptation/Monitoring (1).- An Integrated Approach for the Run-Time Monitoring of BPEL Orchestrations.- Towards Goal-Driven Self Optimisation of Service Based Applications.- Towards Correctness Assurance in Adaptive Service-Based Applications.- Model Driven Architecture.- A Service Based Development Environment on Web 2.0 Platforms.- Using MDE to Build a Schizophrenic Middleware for Home/Building Automation.- Model-Driven Integration and Management of Data Access Objects in Process-Driven SOAs.- Network Services.- WIMS 2.0: Enabling Telecom Networks Assets in the Future Internet of Services.- Describing Next Generation Communication Services: A Usage Perspective.- Adaptation/Monitoring (2).- Monitoring Web Services: A Database Approach.- Milestones: Mythical Signals in UML to Analyze and Monitor Progress.- A Framework for Proactive Self-adaptation of Service-Based Applications Based on Online Testing.- Service Oriented Architecture.- The inContext Pervasive Collaboration Services Architecture.- Leveraging the Upcoming Internet of Services through an Open User-Service Front-End Framework.- Domain-Specific Languages for Service-Oriented Architectures: An Explorative Study.- Business Process Management.- Managing the Alignment between Business and Software Services Requirements from a Capability Model Perspective.- Active Energy-Aware Management of Business-Process Based Applications.- An Architecture for Managing the Lifecycle of Business Goals for Partners in a Service Network.- Deployment/Invocation.- Ad-Hoc Usage of Web Services with Dynvoker.- A Web Services Gateway for the H2O Lightweight Grid Computing Framework.- A Flexible and Extensible Architecture for Device-Level Service Deployment.- Security.- Fine-Grained Continuous Usage Control of Service Based Grids The GridTrust Approach.- An Approach to Identity Management for Service Centric Systems.- Workflow.- A Dynamic Orchestration Model for Future Internet Applications.- Defining the Behaviour of BPELlight Interaction Activities Using Message Exchange Patterns.- Managing Technical Processes Using Smart Workflows.- SLA/QoS.- Model Driven QoS Analyses of Composed Web Services.- Semantic-Aware Service Quality Negotiation.- Multi-level SLA Management for Service-Oriented Infrastructures.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Towards a Service-Based Internet
Untertitel: First European Conference, ServiceWave 2008, Madrid, Spain, December 10-13, 2008, Proceedings
Editor:
EAN: 9783540898962
ISBN: 3540898964
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre: Allgemein & Lexika
Anzahl Seiten: 338
Gewicht: 540g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T19mm
Jahr: 2008
Auflage: 2008

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