Service-Oriented Computing: Key Concepts and Principles
© 2005 by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Traditional approaches to software development - the ones embodied in CASE tools and modeling frameworks - are appropriate for building individual software components, but they are not designed to face the challenges of open environments. Service-oriented computing provides a way to create a new architecture that reflects components' trends toward autonomy and heterogeneity. We thus emphasize SOC concepts instead of how to deploy Web services in accord with current standards. To begin the series, we describe the key concepts and abstractions of SOC and the elements of a corresponding engineering methodology.
Michael N. Huhns and Munindar P. Singh. "Service-Oriented Computing: Key Concepts and Principles" IEEE Internet Computing 9.1 (2005): 75-81.
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