Research into the next generation of service architecture techniques has enabled the design, development, and implementation of dynamic, adaptive, and autonomic services to
enable enterprises to efficiently align information technology with their agile business requirements and foster smart services and seamless enterprise integration.
Handbook of Research on Architectural Trends in Service-Driven Computing explores, delineates, and discusses recent advances in architectural methodologies and development techniques in service-driven computing. This comprehensive publication is an inclusive reference source for organizations, researchers, students, enterprise and integration architects, practitioners, software developers, and software engineering professionals engaged in the research, development, and integration of the next generation of computing.
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This two-volume handbook contains 29 advanced research articles addressing the challenges of the next generation in computing that will allow various kinds of businesses and agencies to more efficiently align information technology and business requirements. From the preface: "The handbook discusses concepts and delineates the recent advances in architecture methodologies and implementation techniques that will enable effective semantic description of services, semantically aware service discover, dynamic adaptability to the environment and user needs, robust pervasive services, context-aware service reconfiguration capabilities, testability and reliability of adaptive services, ubiquitous access to services, and seamless integration in the service-driven ecosystem."
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- Architecture of Scalable and Dependable Business Processes
- Dynamic and Adaptive Service Architectures
- Dynamically Re-configurable Runtime Architectures
- Emerging Architectural Models for Cloud Computing
- Emerging Trends in Service Composition
- Frameworks for Building Dynamic Services
- Integration in the Service-driven Ecosystem
- Model-driven Adaptive Web Service Engineering
- Self-configuring, Self-organizing, and Self-healing Service Architectures
- Semantically enhanced Service Delivery
- Ubiquitous Service Computing
- Validation of Adaptive and Autonomic Services