Service-Oriented Computing: Key Concepts and Principles

@article{Huhns2005ServiceOrientedCK,
  title={Service-Oriented Computing: Key Concepts and Principles},
  author={Michael N. Huhns and M.P. Singh},
  journal={IEEE Internet Comput.},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={75-81}
}
Traditional approaches to software development - the ones embodied in CASE tools and modeling frameworks - are appropriate for building individual software components, but they are not designed to face the challenges of open environments. Service-oriented computing provides a way to create a new architecture that reflects components' trends toward autonomy and heterogeneity. We thus emphasize SOC concepts instead of how to deploy Web services in accord with current standards. To begin the… 

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