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Abstract: Service oriented architecture (SOA) has emerged as a popular software paradigm for integrating distributed applications. Services are generally regarded as interoperable building blocks for constructing, integrating, and merging applications. However, existing SOA based solutions often focus on solving technical integration problems while neglecting business-level capabilities which are most important for organizations. In this paper, we introduce the notion of capabilities as an important concept for business management. We identify major shortcomings of the existing service based solutions and outline a novel approach for capability oriented configuration and management that can react to the dynamically changing nature of business integration environments.

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Copy reference link   DOI: 10.1109/ICCSIT.2009.5234431   DOI: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=5234431

Abstract: The development of enterprise-wide service-oriented architectures (SOA) is a complex task. In most cases, evolutionary approaches are used to deal with the arising complexity. However, most of the existing design methodologies and implementation strategies focus on more technical, service realization specific aspects. Challenges regarding the definition and the management of related service artifacts throughout the whole service lifecycle are neglected. Also the implementation of a lifecycle-encompassing information management infrastructure is not addressed adequately in research and industry. In this paper we introduce a common service management information model (coSIM) that builds a foundation for the management of services and service infrastructures during design-, run- , and change-time.

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Copy reference link   DOI: 10.1109/SCC.2009.38   DOI: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=5283907

Abstract: The development of enterprise-wide service-oriented architectures (SOA) is a complex task. In most cases, evolutionary approaches are used to deal with the arising complexity. However, most of the existing design methodologies and implementation strategies focus on more technical, service realization specific aspects. Challenges regarding the definition and the management of related service artifacts throughout the whole service lifecycle are neglected. Also the implementation of a lifecycle-encompassing information management infrastructure is not addressed adequately in research and industry. In this paper we introduce a common service management information model (coSIM) that builds a foundation for the management of services and service infrastructures during design-, run- , and change-time.

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