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BPM Architecture Design Based on Cloud Computing  [PDF]
Zhenyu Fang, Changqing Yin
Intelligent Information Management (IIM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/iim.2010.25039
Abstract: Cloud Computing has become one of the popular buzzwords in the IT area after Web2.0. This is not a new technology, but the concept that binds different existed technologies altogether including Grid Computing, Utility Computing, distributed system, virtualization and other mature technique. Business Process Management (BPM) is designed for business management using IT infrastructure to focus on process modeling, monitor and management. BPM is composed of business process, business information and IT resources, which help to build a real-time intelligent system, based on business management and IT technologies. This paper describes theory on Cloud Computing and proposes a BPM implement on Cloud environments.
Cloud Computing as an Innovation in GIS & SDI: Methodologies, Services, Issues and Deployment Techniques  [PDF]
Mohammad Naghavi
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2012.46062
Abstract: Cloud computing is one of the main issues of interest to the scientific community of the spatial data. A cloud is referred to computing infrastructure for a representation of network. From the perspective of providers, the main characteristics of cloud computing is being dynamic, high power in computing and storage. Also cloud computing is a cost benefit and effective way for representation of web-based spatial data and complex analysis. Furthermore, cloud computing is a way to facilitate distributed computing and store different data. One of the main features of cloud computing is ability in powerful computing and dynamic storage with an affordable expense and secure web. In this paper we further investigate the methodologies, services, issues and deployed techniques also, about situation of cloud computing in the past, present and future is probed and some issues concerning the security is expressed. Undoubtedly cloud computing is vital for spatial data infrastructure and consequently the cloud computing is able to expand the interactions for spatial data infrastructure in the future.

Energy Performance Assessment of Virtualization Technologies Using Small Environmental Monitoring Sensors
Lu Liu,Osama Masfary,Nick Antonopoulos
Sensors , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/s120506610
Abstract: The increasing trends of electrical consumption within data centres are a growing concern for business owners as they are quickly becoming a large fraction of the total cost of ownership. Ultra small sensors could be deployed within a data centre to monitor environmental factors to lower the electrical costs and improve the energy efficiency. Since servers and air conditioners represent the top users of electrical power in the data centre, this research sets out to explore methods from each subsystem of the data centre as part of an overall energy efficient solution. In this paper, we investigate the current trends of Green IT awareness and how the deployment of small environmental sensors and Site Infrastructure equipment optimization techniques which can offer a solution to a global issue by reducing carbon emissions.
Discover, Reuse and Share Knowledge on Service Oriented Architectures
Jesus Soto Carrion,Lei Shu,Elisa Garcia Gordo
International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence , 2011,
Abstract: Current Semantic Web frameworks provide a complete infrastructure to manage ontologies schemes easing information retrieval with inference support. Ideally, the use of their frameworks should be transparent and decoupled, avoiding direct dependencies either on the application logic or on the ontology language. Besides there are different logic models used by ontology languages (OWL- Description Logic, OpenCyc-FOL,...) and query languages (RDQL, SPARQL, OWLQL, nRQL, etc..). These facts show integration and interoperability tasks between ontologies and applications are tedious on currently systems. This research provides a general ESB service engine design based on JBI that enables ontology query and reasoning capabilities thought an Enterprise Service Bus. An early prototype that shows how works our research ideas has been developed.
Emerging Trends of Outsourcing Business to Cloud Computing Services: A Perspective Study  [PDF]
Amjad Hudaib, Mohammad Alnabhan, Osama Harfoushi, Ruba Obiedat, Omar Adwan, Waed Adham
Communications and Network (CN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/cn.2014.61001

Developments in service oriented architecture (SOA) have taken us near to the once fictional dream of forming and running an online business, such commercial activity in which most or all of its commercial roles are outsourced to online services. The novel concept of cloud computing gives a understanding of SOA in which Information Technology assets are provided as services that are extra flexible, inexpensive and striking to commercial activities. In this paper, we concisely study developments in concept of cloud computing, and debate the advantages of using cloud services for commercial activities and trade-offs that they have to consider. Further we presented a layered architecture for online business, and then we presented a conceptual architecture for complete online business working atmosphere. Moreover, we discuss the prospects and research experiments that are ahead of us in realizing the technical components of this conceptual architecture. We conclude by giving the outlook and impact of cloud services on both large and small businesses.

A Framework for Secure Cloud Computing
Ahmed E. Youssef,Manal Alageel
International Journal of Computer Science Issues , 2012,
Abstract: Cloud computing is one of the most discussed topics today in the field of information technology. It introduces a new Internet-based environment for on-demand, dynamic provision of reconfigurable computing resources. The biggest challenge in cloud computing is the security and privacy problems caused by its multi-tenancy nature and the outsourcing of infrastructure, sensitive data and critical applications. In this paper, we propose a framework that identifies security and privacy challenges in cloud computing. It highlights cloud-specific attacks and risks and clearly illustrates their mitigations and countermeasures. We also propose a generic cloud computing security model that helps satisfy security and privacy requirements in the clouds and protect them against various vulnerabilities. The purpose of this work is to advise on security and privacy considerations that should be taken and solutions that might be considered when using the cloud environment by individuals and organizations.
SOANet - A Service Oriented Architecture for Building Compositional Network Services
Victor A. S. M. de Souza,Eleri Cardozo
Journal of Software , 2006, DOI: 10.4304/jsw.1.2.1-11
Abstract: The high competition among network providers places a demand for new ways to design network services with near zero development time, low cost, and high degrees of customization and evolution. Customization allows to fit the service according to the customers’ requirements, while evolution allows to adapt the service as soon as these requirements change. Moreover, customers are demanding the ability to manage the contracted services in order to keep service usage, configuration, and evolution under their control. This paper presents an approach based on service oriented architecture (SOA) for developing network services able to fulfill the requirements of rapid development, customization, and customer-side manageability. The approach considers the network service as the composition (orchestration) of a set of basic services. A generalization of the architecture primarily aimed at connection oriented networks is introduced, extending it to overlay networks. Two services for the management of tunnels on optical networks are presented as a case study.
Lightweight Service Oriented Architecture for Pervasive Computing
Jean-Yves Tigli,Stephane Lavirotte,Gaetan Rey,Vincent Hourdin
International Journal of Computer Science Issues , 2009,
Abstract: Pervasive computing appears like a new computing era based on networks of objects and devices evolving in a real world, radically different from distributed computing, based on networks of computers and data storages. Contrary to most context-aware approaches, we work on the assumption that pervasive software must be able to deal with a dynamic software environment before processing contextual data. After demonstrating that SOA (Service oriented Architecture) and its numerous principles are well adapted for pervasive computing, we present our extended SOA model for pervasive computing, called Service Lightweight Component Architecture (SLCA). SLCA presents various additional principles to meet completely pervasive software constraints: software infrastructure based on services for devices, local orchestrations based on lightweight component architecture and finally encapsulation of those orchestrations into composite services to address distributed composition of services. We present a sample application of the overall approach as well as some relevant measures about SLCA performances.
Towards a Conceptual Framework to Support Dynamic Service Provisioning for Non-Technical Service Clients
Luiz Olavo Bonino da Silva Santos,Vikram Sorathia,Luís Ferreira Pires,Marten J. van Sinderen
Journal of Software , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/jsw.6.4.564-573
Abstract: Recently, paradigms such as Service-Oriented and Pervasive Computing are being combined and applied in scenarios where users are surrounded by a plethora of computing devices and available services. Dealing with a potentially large number of devices and services can become overwhelming to users without appropriate software support. Moreover, in the case of non-technical users, an additional difficulty is to express service requests using technical concepts such as data types, XML documents, etc. In this paper we present a conceptual framework that aims at supporting the service provisioning for non-technical users, and we focus on the design and operation of the framework's software platform. The platform also makes use of computing devices that surround the users to collect contextual information that helps in the tasks of service discovery, selection and composition.
Proposing a Strategic Framework for Distributed Manufacturing Execution System Using Cloud Computing
Shiva Khalili Gheidari,Babak Shirazi,Javad Vahidi
International Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical and Computer Technology , 2013,
Abstract: This paper introduces a strategic framework that uses service-oriented architecture to design distributed MES over cloud. In this study, the main structure of framework is defined in terms of a series of modules that communicate with each other by use of a design pattern, called mediator. Framework focus is on the main module, which handles distributed orders with other ones and finally suggests the benefit of using cloud in comparison with previous architectures. The main structure of framework (mediator) and the benefit of focusing on the main module by using cloud, should be pointed more, also the aim and the results of comparing this method with previous architecture whether by quality and quantity is not described.
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