Defining and Prototyping a Life-cycle for Dynamic Service Composition


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Silva, Eduardo and Martínez López, Jorge and Ferreira Pires, Luis and Sinderen van, Marten (2008) Defining and Prototyping a Life-cycle for Dynamic Service Composition. In: Second International Workshop on Architectures, Concepts and Technologies for Service Oriented Computing (ACT4SOC 2008), In conjunction with ICSOFT 2008, 5 July 2008, Porto, Portugal.

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Abstract:Since the Internet has become a commodity in both wired and wireless environments, new applications and paradigms have emerged to explore this highly distributed and widespread system. One such paradigm is service-orientation, which enables the provision of software functionality as services,
allowing in this way the construction of distributed systems with loosely coupled parts. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) provides a set of principles to create service-oriented systems, by defining how services can be
created, composed, published, discovered and invoked. In accordance with these principles, in this paper we address the challenge of performing dynamic service composition. The composition process and its associated tasks have to be precisely defined so that the different problems of dynamic service composition can be identified and tackled. To achieve this, this paper defines a life-cycle for dynamic service composition, which defines the required phases and stakeholders. Furthermore, we present our prototype in which the different phases of the dynamic service composition life-cycle are being implemented. This prototype is being used to experiment with and validate our initial ideas on dynamic service composition.
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