Converged Services Orchestration vs. Choreography Revised

Converged services alignment (i.e., orchestration and choreography) has been a dominant topic of several regulatory initiatives. These initiatives were successful to some extent, but had faced also various difficulties, that prevented any final specification grade. Thus, this paper revises the converged services orchestration and choreography concerns that apply for an effective enterprise management and develops a framework that enables service composition considering multiple interconnected perceptions. Furthermore, since the regulatory initiatives in this area have not been built on top of a defined and all-encompassing conceptual foundation, the authors present a viable alternative to make up for this drawback.

Provided by: University of Victoria Topic: Networking Date Added: May 2011 Format: PDF

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