In the past few years, we witnessed a rapid progress in service-oriented computing (SOC), which represents a new computing paradigm. SOC changes the way we develop and use software and hardware. Major enabling techniques, including service-oriented architecture (SOA), service-oriented enterprise (SOE), service-oriented infrastructure (SOI), Web services (WS), and associated protocols and standards are being established. This paper focuses on the system engineering issues and how these engineering issues manifested in SOA development processes. SOSE differs from traditional system engineering because it emphasizes on reusability, dynamic and adaptive nature, and unique model-driven approach.
- Data provenance
- Dynamic service collaboration
- Service-oriented system engineering (SOSE)
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Management Information Systems
- Information Systems
- Hardware and Architecture