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This report examines the relationship between service-oriented architectures (SOAs) and quality attributes.
Grace Lewis discusses how the Service Migration and Reuse Technique (SMART) can be used to help organizations to make decisions about reusing legacy systems within a SOA environment.
This document has been superseded by CMU/SEI-2008-TN-008, SMART: Analyzing the Reuse Potential of Legacy Components in a Service-Oriented Architecture Environment.
This report summarizes the proceedings from the 2010 MESOA workshop and includes the accepted papers that were the basis for the presentations given during the workshop.
This 2005 report looks at Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) as one of many technologies foraccomplishing interoperability.
This report investigates Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA), one of the many technologies for accomplishing interoperability, using the T-Check technique.
In this 2011 presentation, Grace Lewis presents general computation trends and a set of emerging technologies to support the trends for software-reliant SoS such as cloud computing and mobile computing.
This white paper presents basic terminology related to Service- Oriented Architecture (SOA). The goal of the paper is to establish a baseline of terms for service-oriented systems.
This report highlights the mutual benefits of combining systematic reuse approaches from product line development with flexible approaches for implementing business processes in a service oriented architecture.
This report focuses on both qualitative and quantitative ways of determining the current state of SWP (software performance) in terms of both test coverage and confidence for SOA-based SoS environments.