Managing Web Services

Speaker:  Athman Bouguettaya – Sydney, NSW, Australia
Topic(s):  Web, Mobile and Multimedia Technologies


Service computing is the next major evolution of computing that aims at transforming data into artefacts that are acted upon, i.e., services.  In that respect, service computing may be viewed as the “engineering” side of service science. The Web is and will undoubtedly be the preferred delivery platform of service-based solutions. More specifically, Web services are currently without contest the key enabler for deploying service-centric solutions. Fully delivering on the potential of next-generation Web services requires building a foundation that would provide a sound design for. efficiently developing, deploying, publishing, discovering, composing, trusting, and optimizing access to Web services in an open, competitive, untrustworthy, and highly dynamic environment. This embodied in a uniform framework called Web Service Management System (WSMS). In this novel framework, Web services are treated as first-class objects. In this talk, I will first motivate the need for a uniform service management for the service ecosystem. I will then describe one key component, the service query processing and optimization which relies on novel techniques to deliver the best services.

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  68
Duration:  60 minutes
Languages Available:  English
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