Enterprise service computing: From concept to deployment

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Abstract

Significant research and development advancement has been achieved in enterprise computing, integration, and management. The results of this advancement stimulate the creation of a new class of mission-critical infrastructures, a new category of integration methods and software tools, and a new group of business platforms for cost-effectively exploiting, integrating, and managing business operations across enterprises. Enterprise Service Computing: From Concept To Deployment presents the emerging service computing, or service-enabled computing, technologies currently preferably used in integrating enterprise-wide and cross-enterprise applications. The topics covered range from concept development, system design, modeling, and development technologies, to the final deployment, providing both theoretical research results and practical applications.

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherIGI Global
Number of pages426
ISBN (Print)9781599041803
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1 2006

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IGI Global, 2006. 426 p.

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