Autonomic Resource Provisioning for Software Business Processes

Software development now-a-days involves several levels of abstraction: starting from the programming of single objects, to their combination into components, to their publication as services and the overall architecture linking elements at each level. As a result, software engineering is dealing with a wider range of artifacts and concepts (i.e., in the context of this paper: services and business processes) than ever before. In this paper, the authors explore the importance of having an adequate engine for executing business processes written as compositions of Web services.

Provided by: ETH Zurich Topic: Big Data Date Added: Sep 2007 Format: PDF

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