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Service Life Cycle Tools and Technologies

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Service Life Cycle Tools and Technologies: Methods, Trends and Advances compiles the latest research on SOC life cycles, detailing methodologies and applications in this emerging field. The development of service-oriented applications not only depends on constructing service providers, but also composition and delivery. Service requesters, service providers, and developers alike will benefit from the views and models in a service life cycle. This volume offers research that has been conducted in both industry and academia to address issues in the SOC domain, including service discovery, service composition, and service management. It serves as a vital reference for those on either side of the service field.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. Preface
    1. Section 1: Introduction and Foundation
    2. Section 2: Service Provision and Design
    3. Section 3: Service Delivery
    4. Section 4: Service Search and Selection
    5. Section 5: Service Composition
    6. Section 6: Service Verification and Validation
    7. Section 7: Service Management
    8. Section 8: SOA Applications
  5. Section 1: Introduction and Foundation
    1. Chapter 1: Service-Oriented Computing
      1. Abstract
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. Application integration
      4. Devices
      5. Dynamic application integration
      6. Comparison of service technologies
      7. Conclusion
  6. Section 2: Service Provision and Design
    1. Chapter 2: Semi-Automated Lifecycles for Eliciting Requirements for Service-Oriented Environments
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. Introduction: The Background of Service Lifecycles that Support New Requirements Engineering Practices
      3. Background: Relevant Requirements Engineering Approaches
      4. Semi-Automated Service-Oriented Requirements Engineering
      5. A GENERAL Process for Extracting Abstract Requirements from General Documents
      6. Proof of Concept System: Deriving Requirements from SRSs
      7. Preliminary Experimentation
      8. Discussion and Future Work
    2. Chapter 3: Quality of Service and Extra-Functional Properties for Web Services
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. introduction
      3. Background
      4. LITERATURE REVIEW
      5. DEFINING QUALITY OF SERVICE AND EXTRA-FUNCTIONAL PROPERTY FOR WEB SERVICES
      6. Filling the Gap of Extra-Functional property and Quality of Service in the scope of Web Services
      7. Modeling Quality of Service and Extra-Functional Properties at A Platform-Independent Level
      8. Modeling Quality of Service and Extra-Functional Properties At Platform-SPECIFIC Level
      9. Generating Code for Quality of Service and Extra-Functional Properties
      10. Evaluation
      11. future research DIRECTIONs
      12. conclusion
    3. Chapter 4: The Foundations of Service Eco-Systems
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. SERVICE REPRESENTATION
      4. SERVICE Equilibria
      5. THE SEVA METHODOLOGY
      6. RELATED WORK
      7. CONCLUSION
  7. Section 3: Service Delivery
    1. Chapter 5: A QoS-Aware Service Bus with WSLA-Based Monitor for Media Production Systems
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. LITERATURE REVIEWS
      4. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
      5. CONCLUSION
  8. Section 4: Service Search and Selection
    1. Chapter 6: A Goal-Driven Approach for Service-Oriented Systems Design
      1. Abstract
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. Background
      4. Guiding Service-Oriented System Design by A goal-driven approach
      5. Conclusion
  9. Section 5: Service Composition
    1. Chapter 7: Bridging the Gap between Business Process Models and Service Composition Specifications
      1. Abstract
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. Background
      4. Concepts for Process transformation
      5. Design of the Business-IT-Mapping Model
      6. Usage of the Business-IT-Mapping Model
      7. Proof-of-Concept Implementation
      8. Related Work and Discussion
      9. Conclusion
      10. Appendix
    2. Chapter 8: A Model-Driven Approach to Service Composition with Security Properties
      1. Abstract
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. Services
      4. SEcurity and services
      5. A Model-Driven Approach to secured service composition
      6. Lessons learned
    3. Chapter 9: Adaptive and Dynamic Service Compositions in the OSGi Service Platform
      1. Abstract
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. Background
      4. Dynamic service platforms
      5. Composing dynamic service-oriented applications
      6. Conclusion
  10. Section 6: Service Verification and Validation
    1. Chapter 10: Service Composition Verification and Validation
      1. Abstract
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. Background
      4. Service Verification and Validation
      5. Service Composition Verification and Validation
      6. FuTURE rESEARCH dIRECTIONS
      7. Conclusion
  11. Section 7: Service Management
    1. Chapter 11: Towards a High-Availability-Driven Service Composition Framework
      1. Abstract
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. Infrastructure of Service-Oriented Architecture
      4. WEB Service Availability
      5. Literature review of Service Availability ATTAining
  12. Section 8: SOA Applications
    1. Chapter 12: SOA Designed Health Care System for Taiwan Government
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. BACKGROUND
      3. INTRODUCTION
      4. WEB SERVICES AND SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE
      5. WEB SERVICES OPERATION DESIGN
      6. WEB SERVICE SECURITY AND MANAGEMENT
      7. WEB SERVICES SECURITY GATEWAY
      8. APPENDIX: System Analysis of E-Healthcare Record Service
    2. Chapter 13: Case Study on SOA Implementation Framework and Applications
      1. Abstract
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. Background and literature review
      4. Main FOCUS OF the CHAPTER: Integration Challenge Faced by Industry
      5. Solutions and Recommendations: Enterprise Service Bus
      6. Industrial Applications: E-learning, Smart Store, Medical System
    3. Chapter 14: Abstract Service for Cyber Physical Service Composition
      1. Abstract
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. Background
      4. extending SOA model for CPS services
      5. FuTURE rESEARCH dIRECTIONS
      6. Conclusion
  13. Glossary
  14. About the Contributors
  15. Index