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Diversified Service Provisioning in Global Business Networks

Barros, A. and Allgaier, M. and Charfi, A. and Heller, M. and Kylau, U. and Schmeling, B. and Stollberg, M. (2011):
Diversified Service Provisioning in Global Business Networks.
In: Proceedings of the SRII Global Conference (SRII), In: SRII Global Conference (SRII), 2011 Annual, San Jose, CA, USA, [Online-Edition: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=5958152...],
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Abstract

Companies and their services are being increasingly exposed to global business networks and Internet-based on-demand services. Much of the focus is on flexible orchestration and consumption of services, beyond ownership and operational boundaries of services. However, ways in which third-parties in the "global village" can seamlessly self-create new offers out of existing services remains open. This paper proposes a framework for service provisioning in global business networks that allows an open-ended set of techniques for extending services through a rich, multi-tooling environment. The Service Provisioning Management Framework, as such, supports different modeling techniques, through supportive tools, allowing different parts of services to be integrated into new contexts. Integration of service user interfaces, business processes, operational interfaces and business object are supported. The integration specifications that arise from service extensions are uniformly reflected through a kernel technique, the Service Integration Technique. Thus, the framework preserves coherence of service provisioning tasks without constraining the modeling techniques needed for extending different aspects of services.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2011
Creators: Barros, A. and Allgaier, M. and Charfi, A. and Heller, M. and Kylau, U. and Schmeling, B. and Stollberg, M.
Title: Diversified Service Provisioning in Global Business Networks
Language: English
Abstract:

Companies and their services are being increasingly exposed to global business networks and Internet-based on-demand services. Much of the focus is on flexible orchestration and consumption of services, beyond ownership and operational boundaries of services. However, ways in which third-parties in the "global village" can seamlessly self-create new offers out of existing services remains open. This paper proposes a framework for service provisioning in global business networks that allows an open-ended set of techniques for extending services through a rich, multi-tooling environment. The Service Provisioning Management Framework, as such, supports different modeling techniques, through supportive tools, allowing different parts of services to be integrated into new contexts. Integration of service user interfaces, business processes, operational interfaces and business object are supported. The integration specifications that arise from service extensions are uniformly reflected through a kernel technique, the Service Integration Technique. Thus, the framework preserves coherence of service provisioning tasks without constraining the modeling techniques needed for extending different aspects of services.

Title of Book: Proceedings of the SRII Global Conference (SRII)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Internet based on demand services;business object;business processes;diversified service provisioning;global business networks;multitooling environment;operational interfaces;service integration technique;service provisioning management framework;service user interfaces;Internet;business data processing;user interfaces;
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science > Software Technology
20 Department of Computer Science
Event Title: SRII Global Conference (SRII), 2011 Annual
Event Location: San Jose, CA, USA
Date Deposited: 08 Mar 2012 16:09
Official URL: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=5958152...
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