Friday, June 3, 2016

[MiPro] A FIRM Approach for Software-Defined Service Composition

We presented our work at MiPro-CTI 2016 (The 39th international convention on information and communication technology, electronics and microelectronics - Telecommunications & Information /CTI) in Croatia. The paper was based on my first STSM (short-term scientific mission) ICT COST Action IC1304, a part of my PhD. It is based on our work in Croatia during last year.

AbstractService composition is an aggregate of services often leveraged to automate the enterprise business processes. While Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has been a forefront of service composition, services can be realized as efficient distributed and parallel constructs such as MapReduce, which are not typically exploited in service composition. With the advent of Software-Defined Networking (SDN), global view and control of the entire network is made available to the networking controller, which can further be leveraged in application level. This paper presents FIRM , an approach for Software-Defined Service Composition by leveraging SDN and MapReduce. FIRM comprises Find, Invoke, Return, and Manage, as the core procedures in achieving a QoS-Aware Service Composition.

The proceedings and full text can be found here.

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