Pattern-Driven Green Adaptation of Processbased Applications and Their Runtime Infrastructure
Business Processes are a key aspect of modern organization. In recent years, business process management and optimization has been applied to different cross-cutting concerns such as security, compliance, or Green IT, for example. Based on the ecological characteristics of a business process, proper environmentally sustainable adaptation strategies can be chosen to improve the total environmental impact of the business process. The authors use ecological sustainable adaptation strategies that are described as Green Business Process Patterns. The application of such a Green Business Process Pattern, however, affects the business process layer, the application component and the infrastructure layer. This implies that changes in the application infrastructure also need to be considered.