Functionality and structure of the service broker in advanced service architectures

@article{DeVito2005FunctionalityAS,
  title={Functionality and structure of the service broker in advanced service architectures},
  author={Nicholas M. DeVito and Richard T. Emery and Kristin F. Kocan and William D. Roome and Byron J. Williams},
  journal={Bell Labs Technical Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={17-30}
}
This paper discusses the service broker, a function introduced into next-generation networks to manage interactions among applications, to reuse existing applications in a combined fashion, and/or to enable existing applications with capabilities such as presence, location, and policy. With the service broker, a minimal set of applications can be configured in a multiplicity of ways as its elements are brought into play in mix and match arrangements. For the degree of flexibility needed for the… CONTINUE READING

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