Dan, Asit, Gittler, Frédéric, Toumani, Farouk (Eds.)
2010, XXXIV, 584p. 177 illus..
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This volume contains the proceedings of the scienti?c workshops that were held inconjunctionwiththe 2009InternationalConferenceonServiceOrientedC- puting/ServiceWave,heldonNovember24–25,2009inStockholm,Sweden. Such satellite events traditionally play a key role in stimulating active exchange and interaction related to the conference topics. This year, the scienti?c program was particularly rich and addressed va- ous challenging researchissues. The selected scienti?c workshopswere organized around the following three main tracks: Business Models and Architectures Track. The Business Models and - chitectures Track Focused on the overall modern enterprise. The ability to react quickly to ongoing changes in the marketplace or customer requirements is one of the biggest challenges facing businesses. The three workshops in this track addressed di?erent, yet complementing, facets of the problem. TEAR focused on aligning the enterprise architecture with its business models: adapting the IT infrastructure and changing applications so that they optimally support the new business needs. GLOBALIZATION (SG-PAW) looked at enacting the new business processes by encapsulating organizational work as services that can be combinedinnewways,optimizingend-to-endoperationsacrossgeographical,- ganizational, and cultural boundaries. Finally, SOC-LOG focused on addressing the challenges of a speci?c application domain, namely logistics, through dev- oping SOC-based solutions and examining aspects of knowledge management, whilebringing togetherresearchersfromdi?erent, thoughoverlapping,areas(- gistics/supply chain management and service-oriented computing/systems). Service Quality and Service Level Agreements Track. Ensuring qu- ity poses new challenges to service engineering, delivery, and evolution. This track included two workshops that approach this challenge from two comp- mentaryperspectives.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »IT management - LA - Simulation - Web Services - business intelligence - business process models - design - modeling - process models - quality of service - requirements engineering - security - service level agreements - service-based applications - software engineeri
Track 1: Business Models and Architecture.- Future Research Topics in Enterprise Architecture Management – A Knowledge Management Perspective.- Enterprise Architecture Principles: Literature Review and Research Directions.- Something Is Missing: Enterprise Architecture from a Systems Theory Perspective.- A Reassessment of Enterprise Architecture Implementation.- The Dynamic Architecture Maturity Matrix: Instrument Analysis and Refinement.- Decoupling Models and Visualisations for Practical EA Tooling.- Cross-Organizational Security – The Service-Oriented Difference.- Enterprise Oriented Services.- Automated Realization of Business Workflow Specification.- PeopleCloud for the Globally Integrated Enterprise.- Public Disclosure versus Private Practice: Challenges in Business Process Management (Position Paper).- Analysing Dependencies in Service Compositions.- Open Service-Oriented Computing for Logistics: A Case in Courier, Express and Parcel Networks.- Gain in Transparency versus Investment in the EPC Network – Analysis and Results of a Discrete Event Simulation Based on a Case Study in the Fashion Industry.- Using Automated Analysis of Temporal-Aware SLAs in Logistics.- Flexible SLA Negotiation Using Semantic Annotations.- Track 2: Service Quality and Service Level Agreements Track.- Runtime Prediction of Service Level Agreement Violations for Composite Services.- A Framework for Multi-level SLA Management.- EC2 Performance Analysis for Resource Provisioning of Service-Oriented Applications.- On the Design of Compliance Governance Dashboards for Effective Compliance and Audit Management.- Transformation of Intermediate Nonfunctional Properties for Automatic Service Composition.- Dealing with Fixable and Non-fixable Properties in Service Matchmaking.- Using SLA Mapping to Increase Market Liquidity.- Translation of Service Level Agreements: A Generic Problem Definition.- Ontology-Based Feature Aggregation for Multi-valued Ranking.- Multi-level Monitoring and Analysis of Web-Scale Service Based Applications.- Calculating Service Fitness in Service Networks.- Applying Process Mining in SOA Environments.- Monitoring within an Autonomic Network: A GANA Based Network Monitoring Framework.- An Extensible Monitoring and Adaptation Framework.- Cross-Layer Adaptation and Monitoring of Service-Based Applications.- Towards a Unified Architecture for Resilience, Survivability and Autonomic Fault-Management for Self-managing Networks.- Replacement Policies for Service-Based Systems.- Retry Scopes to Enable Robust Workflow Execution in Pervasive Environments.- Integrating Complex Events for Collaborating and Dynamically Changing Business Processes.- Towards Business-Oriented Monitoring and Adaptation of Distributed Service-Based Applications from a Process Owner’s Viewpoint.- Adaptation of Service-Based Applications Based on Process Quality Factor Analysis.- Delivering Multimedia in Autonomic Networking Environments.- An Initial Proposal for Data-Aware Resource Analysis of Orchestrations with Applications to Predictive Monitoring.- Track 3: Service Engineering Track.- Service Customization by Variability Modeling.- Towards a Quality Model for Choreography.- Towards a Conceptual Framework for Legacy to SOA Migration.- MINERVA: Model drIveN and sErvice oRiented Framework for the Continuous Business Process improVement and relAted Tools.- Design for Adaptation of Service-Based Applications: Main Issues and Requirements.- Towards Runtime Migration of WS-BPEL Processes.- Encapsulating Multi-stepped Web Forms as Web Services.- Adapter Patterns for Resolving Mismatches in Service Discovery.- Lightweight Composition of Ad-Hoc Enterprise-Class Applications with Context-Aware Enterprise Mashups.- User-Centric Composition of Service Front-Ends at the Presentation Layer.- On the Support of Dynamic Service Composition at Runtime.- Rethinking the Semantic Annotation of Services.- Service Composition for Everyone: A Study of Risks and Benefits.- Using Personal Information Management Infrastructures to Facilitate User-Generated Services for Personal Use.- Towards Ontology Matching for Intelligent Gadgets.