Service Orchestration as Organization : (Record no. 846855)

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International Standard Book Number 9780128010976
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System control number (OCoLC)887508587
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Classification number TK5105.5828 K37 2014
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Classification number 004.6/54
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Classification number (OCLC) (R) ; Classification number, CALL (RLIN) (NR) TK5105.5828 K37 2014
100 1# - MAIN ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Kapuruge, Malinda.
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Title Service Orchestration as Organization :
Remainder of title Building Multi-Tenant Service Applications in the Cloud
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Place of publication, distribution, etc Burlington :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Elsevier Science,
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2014.
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Extent 1 online resource (335 p.)
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Series statement eBooks on Demand
505 0# - FORMATTED CONTENTS NOTE
Formatted contents note Front Cover; Service Orchestration as Organization; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Listings; Preface; About the Authors; One; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Business process management; 1.1.1 BPM in practice; 1.1.2 BPM in service-oriented systems; 1.2 Service orchestration and its adaptation; 1.2.1 Novel requirements for service orchestration; 1.2.2 Runtime adaptability in service orchestration; 1.3 Research goals; 1.4 Approach overview; 1.5 Contributions; 1.6 Overview of this book; 2 Motivational Scenario; 2.1 RoSAS business model; 2.2 Support for controlled change
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Formatted contents note 2.3 Support for SIMT2.4 Requirements of service orchestration; 2.5 Summary; 3 Literature Review; 3.1 BPM - an overview; 3.2 BPM and SOA; 3.3 Adaptability in BPM; 3.4 Techniques to improve adaptability in BPM; 3.4.1 Proxy-based adaptation; 3.4.2 Dynamic explicit changes; 3.4.3 Business rules integration; 3.4.4 Aspect orientation; 3.4.5 Template customisation; 3.4.6 Constraint satisfaction; 3.5 Summary and observations; 3.5.1 Summary and evaluation; 3.5.2 Observations and lessons learnt; 3.6 Towards an adaptive service orchestration framework; 3.7 Summary; Two; 4 Orchestration as Organisation
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Formatted contents note 4.1 The organisation4.1.1 Structure; 4.1.2 Processes; 4.2 Loosely coupled tasks; 4.2.1 Task dependencies; 4.2.2 Events and event patterns; 4.2.3 Support for dynamic modifications; 4.3 Behaviour-based processes; 4.3.1 Organisational behaviour; 4.3.2 Process definitions; 4.4 Two-tier constraints; 4.4.1 The boundary for a safe modification; 4.4.2 The minimal set of constraints; 4.4.3 Benefits of two-tier constraints; 4.5 Behaviour specialisation; 4.5.1 Variations in organisational behaviour; 4.5.2 Specialisation rules; 4.5.3 Support for unforeseen variations; 4.6 Interaction membranes
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Formatted contents note 4.6.1 Indirection of processes and external interactions4.6.2 Data transformation; 4.6.3 Benefits of membranous design; 4.7 Support for adaptability; 4.7.1 Adaptability in layers of the organisation; 4.7.2 Separation of control and functional process; 4.8 Managing complexity; 4.8.1 Hierarchical and recursive composition; 4.8.2 Support for heterogeneity of task execution; 4.8.3 Explicit service relationships; 4.9 The meta-model; 4.10 Summary; 5 Serendip Runtime; 5.1 The design of an adaptive service orchestration runtime; 5.1.1 Design expectations; 5.1.2 Core components; 5.2 Process life cycle
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Formatted contents note 5.2.1 Stages of a process instance5.2.2 Process progression; 5.3 Event processing; 5.3.1 The event cloud; 5.3.2 Event triggering and business rules integration; 5.4 Data synthesis of tasks; 5.4.1 The role design; 5.4.2 The transformation process; 5.5 Dynamic process graphs; 5.5.1 Atomic graphs; 5.5.2 Patterns of event mapping and construction of EPC graphs; 5.6 Summary; 6 Adaptation Management; 6.1 Overview of process management and adaptation; 6.1.1 Process modelling life cycles; 6.1.2 Adaptation phases; 6.2 Adaptation management; 6.2.1 Functional and management systems; 6.2.2 The organiser
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Formatted contents note 6.2.3 The adaptation engine
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Summary, etc Service orchestration techniques combine the benefits of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Business Process Management (BPM) to compose and coordinate distributed software services. On the other hand, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is gaining popularity as a software delivery model through cloud platforms due to the many benefits to software vendors, as well as their customers. Multi-tenancy, which refers to the sharing of a single application instance across multiple customers or user groups (called tenants), is an essential characteristic of the SaaS model. Written in an easy to foll
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Application software -- Development.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Business -- Data processing.
650 #4 - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--TOPICAL TERM
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Business enterprises -- Computer networks -- Management.
650 #4 - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--TOPICAL TERM
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Service-oriented architecture (Computer science).
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Genre/form data or focus term Electronic books.
700 1# - ADDED ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Han, Jun.
700 1# - ADDED ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Colman, Alan.
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Display text Print version:
Main entry heading Kapuruge, Malinda
Title Service Orchestration as Organization : Building Multi-Tenant Service Applications in the Cloud
Place, publisher, and date of publication Burlington : Elsevier Science,c2014
International Standard Book Number 9780128009383
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