Exploring Cloud Service Brokering from an Interface Perspective

@article{Duan2014ExploringCS,
  title={Exploring Cloud Service Brokering from an Interface Perspective},
  author={Yucong Duan and Nanjangud C. Narendra and Wencai Du and Yongzhi Wang and Nianjun Zhou},
  journal={2014 IEEE International Conference on Web Services},
  year={2014},
  pages={329-336}
}
Service brokering has an increasingly prominent role in bridging the gap between business requirement and technology enablement. We propose the concept of service value brokering (SVB) to fulfil the possible missing linkages between business and technology layer. In this paper, we modeled a SVB Web service as an integration of two layers with the business interface (BIF) and the technical interface (TIF). With this distinction, Web service compositions can map to two layers of compositions at… 

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