Srinivas Padmanabhuni

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Today Web services have grown in context of both business to business (B2B) and business to customer (B2C) applications. Web services are the most popular mode of implementing service oriented architecture (SOA). With this growth and acceptance in the industry, the role of security is crucial. Most of the existing security mechanisms in Web services like(More)
Interoperability refers to the ability of software and hardware on multiple machines from multiple vendors to communicate with each other without significant changes on either side. Web services streamline enterprise application integration by making it easier to tie applications running on heterogeneous platforms together helping them communicate(More)
Large, multinational software development organizations face a number of issues in supporting software design and modeling by geographically distributed architects. To address these issues, we present CoDesign, an extensible, collaborative, event-based software modeling framework developed in a distributed, collaborative setting by our two organizations.(More)
An effective process architecture helps provide a high-level blueprint of the complexity underlying an enterprise, which is used by executive committees during key decision and change processes. As existing service standards focus on co-ordination, they fall short in describing the motivational structure depicted in such models. In order to progress towards(More)
SOA and Web services are the hottest topics of discussion currently with regards to enterprise architecture. The technologies are maturing from a standardization perspective and the level of understanding of various aspects of a SOA is gradually rising with an increasing number of clients thinking about service implementation and adoption. This trend has(More)
There are usually more requirements than feasible given valuable ones for implementation in order to ensure the delivery of a high value system. Simple prioritization approaches like 110 ranking or MoSCoW lead to numerous ties requiring one to repeat the process for the tied items. In a previous study [1] we analyzed 17 different prioritization frameworks(More)
This paper presents a unique perspective of bringing service orientated architecture (SOA) to network management systems (NMS) with an aim to improve extensibility and flexibility, which are key requirements in current day dynamic environments. However, a key concern of scalability arises with bringing in of SOA, which we propose to address by incorporating(More)
The variation of contexts in which a Web service could be used and the resulting variation in quality of service (QoS) expectations makes a clear case for further research to extend Web services management platforms with more sophisticated control mechanisms to cater for differentiated service offerings. However, most Web services platforms are based on a(More)
This paper discusses a solution based on Web services and service oriented architecture involving interorganizational information systems in the context of multichannel integration in retailing industry. Distribution intensive industries such as retailing have seen a proliferation of distribution channels. This is in part triggered by the intense(More)