The Future Internet is becoming a reality, providing a large-scale computing environments where a virtually infinite number of available services can be discovered and composed so to fit users' needs. In order to enable this large-scale and evolvable computing environment, the ability to automatically compose and dynamically coordinate heterogeneous software services is of paramount importance. Service choreographies are an emergent Service Engineering (SE) approach to compose together and coordinate services in a distributed way. They represent a global specification of the interactions between the participant services. Choreographies will play a central role in Future Internet as an effective means to allow heterogeneous services to suitably collaborate. This new ideas paper briefly describes the experience of choreography development that we have been doing so far within the CHOReOS project, and proposes the novel idea we are currently investigating within the IDEAS project to achieve choreography adaptation and evolution through complex data mappings.

Towards Adaptable and Evolving Service Choreography in the Future Internet

DI SALLE, AMLETO;INVERARDI, PAOLA;
2014-01-01

Abstract

The Future Internet is becoming a reality, providing a large-scale computing environments where a virtually infinite number of available services can be discovered and composed so to fit users' needs. In order to enable this large-scale and evolvable computing environment, the ability to automatically compose and dynamically coordinate heterogeneous software services is of paramount importance. Service choreographies are an emergent Service Engineering (SE) approach to compose together and coordinate services in a distributed way. They represent a global specification of the interactions between the participant services. Choreographies will play a central role in Future Internet as an effective means to allow heterogeneous services to suitably collaborate. This new ideas paper briefly describes the experience of choreography development that we have been doing so far within the CHOReOS project, and proposes the novel idea we are currently investigating within the IDEAS project to achieve choreography adaptation and evolution through complex data mappings.
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