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Unformatted text preview: Semi-structured or Web-like Databases CS30785 Lecture 32 – Web Services Deployment Dr. Gangmin Gary Li Department of CSSE XJTLU [email protected] Room: D441 L33-Web Service Deployment 1 CS30785 - Semistructured or Web-like databases Topics • Web services development lifecycle • Service analysis • Service design • Service construction • Service provisioning • Service deployment L33-Web Service Deployment 2 CS30785 - Semistructured or Web-like databases Web services development lifecycle L33-Web Service Deployment 3 CS30785 - Semistructured or Web-like databases Topics • Web services development lifecycle – Service analysis – Service design – Service construction – Service provisioning – Service deployment L33-Web Service Deployment 4 CS30785 - Semistructured or Web-like databases • Service analysis aims at identifying and describing the processes in a business problem domain, and discovering potential overlaps and discrepancies between processes under construction and available system resources needed to realize services. • It helps prioritize business processes where SOA can contribute to improvements and offer business value potential. • It identifies, conceptualizes, and rationalizes business processes as a set of interacting services. • Develops in-depth understanding of functionality, scope, reuse, and granularity of candidate business processes and services. Service analysis L33-Web Service Deployment 5 CS30785 - Semistructured or Web-like databases Service analysis steps L33-Web Service Deployment 6 CS30785 - Semistructured or Web-like databases • Portfolio analysis requires that applications and business processes that are candidates for re-engineering be prioritized according to their technical quality and business value. – Business objectives are derived from business strategies and processes, while technical assets are mapped and weighted against these business objectives and evaluated using a comprehensive set of metrics. • Current appliations and processes are assessed using various techniques including: – Reverse-engineering – Architectural Knowledge Elicitation – Business Process Mapping – Process Mining. Portfolio analysis L33-Web Service Deployment 7 CS30785 - Semistructured or Web-like databases LOW HIGH Derived business value LOW HIGH Technical condition Reassess Renew Retire Redevelop Portfolio analysis (continued) L33-Web Service Deployment 8 CS30785 - Semistructured or Web-like databases • Service identification inspects enterprise core business entities, ascertains business concepts and leads to the formation of conceptual business processes and business services. Takes into account important issues such as: – consolidation; – decomposition; – reuse simplification; and – refactoring of legacy assets....
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