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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Applying orchestration and choreography of web services on dynamic virtual marketplaces
Author: Dos Santos, IJG
Madeira, ERM
Abstract: The Service-Oriented Architecture promises to be an affordable solution for the integration of heterogeneous systems through the Internet. In the e-Business field, this promise represents a great chance for companies to increase competitiveness and to enable the enactment of new collaborative e-Business processes. In this paper, we present a Virtual Marketplace infrastructure, the VM-Flow, which uses Dynamic Composition of Web Services (Orchestration and Choreography) as a fundamental technique to enable interorganizational business interactions in the context of Dynamic Virtual Enterprises. The VM-Flow platform is workflow-based and also introduces a series of interaction policies to deal with aspects like autonomy and privacy. A platform model is presented together with details on the infrastructure prototype and on an application built over it.
Subject: orchestration and choreography of services
virtual enterprises
autonomy and privacy
interaction policies
Country: Singapura
Editor: World Scientific Publ Co Pte Ltd
Rights: fechado
Date Issue: 2006
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