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Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has emerged as a paradigm for distributed computing that promotes flexible deployment and reuse. A software product line (SPL) is a family of software systems that have some common functionality and some variable functionality. During application derivation, the common functionality is reused and a selection is made among(More)
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has emerged as a model for distributed computing that promotes flexible deployment and reuse. Software product lines (SPL) promote reusable development for product families. SOA systems need the capability of managing variability to address different client requirements. Our approach uses SPL concepts to model SOA systems(More)
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has emerged as a paradigm for distributed computing that promotes flexible deployment and reuse. However, SOA systems currently lack a systematic approach for managing variability in service requirements and design. Our paper addresses this problem by applying software product line (SPL) concepts to model SOA systems as(More)
—Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) development practices typically lack a systematic framework for managing variability in service requirements and architectures. This paper addresses this gap by applying software product line (SPL) concepts to model SOA systems as service families. The approach is to model SOA variability with a multiple-view service(More)
Cloud computing has emerged as a model for utility computing that promotes on-demand scalability, flexible application deployment and reuse. Software product lines (SPL) promote reusable application development for product families. As any computing system, cloud-based systems evolve to respond to changing clients' requirements. Cloud-based applications can(More)
Cloud computing is an emerging paradigm that provides scalable computing and storage capabilities where resources are accessed on a pay-as-you-go basis. Software as a Service (SaaS) applications are hosted in the cloud and made available as services for tenants' organizations over a network. To achieve reusability in cloud computing, software and hardware(More)
– Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has emerged as a model for distributed software development that promotes flexible deployment and reuse. Software product lines (SPL) promote reusable application development for product families. Service oriented systems change to respond to changing clients' requirements. As they change, service oriented systems can(More)
Mobile Applications are rapidly emerging as a convenient medium for using a variety of services. Over time and with the high penetration of smartphones in society, self-adaptation has become an essential capability required by mobile application users. In an ideal scenario, an application is required to adjust its behavior according to the current context(More)