Showing 41 - 50 of 60 results for the Service Oriented Architecture
This report contains selected papers from the 3rd International Workshop on a Research Agenda for Maintenance and Evolution of Service-Oriented Systems (MESOA 2009).
In this podcast, Grace Lewis discusses her latest research exploring the role of standards in cloud-computing interoperability.
Grace Lewis discusses her research to overcome challenges for battlefield computing by using cloudlets: localized, lightweight servers running one or more virtual machines on which soldiers can offload expensive computations from their handheld devices.
This 2006 report presents the results of applying the model problem approach in an initial investigation of the potential of Web services to enable interoperability.
This 2006 report presents the results of applying the model problem approach to examine the feasibility of using OWL-S to allow applications to automatically discover, compose, and invoke services in a dynamic services-oriented environment.
In this episode, Ed Morris describes research to create a software application for smartphones that allows soldier end-users to program their smartphones to provide an interface tailored to the information they need for a specific mission.
Insight into a key to success in an SOA environment
This paper presents the results of a series of experiments targeted at analyzing the performance impact of adding WS-Security, a common security standard used in IdM frameworks, to SOAP-based web services.
This technical note presents the results of applying the T-Check approach in an initial investigation of two Web services standards, WS-Security and SAML, to create an SSO solution that works inside a single organization
SMART now stands for the SOA Migration, Adoption, and Reuse Technique. The new name reflects what Grace Lewis' team learned in the course of its work.