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Composition as a Service
January/February 2010 (vol. 14 no. 1)
pp. 78-82
M. Brian Blake, University of Notre Dame
Wei Tan, University of Chicago
Florian Rosenberg, CSIRO ICT Centre
Understanding reusable software and assets within and among multiple organizations' system infrastructures can be challenging. IT systems might be widely distributed, and interconnections can be complicated. Ever-evolving computing technologies reduce an organization's in-house expertise for reusing software, even when leveraging software systems within its own firewalls. As such, the on-demand integration of software and capabilities might benefit from an outsourcing paradigm — described here as composition as a service.

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Index Terms:
Web service composition, service-oriented computing, Internet
Citation:
M. Brian Blake, Wei Tan, Florian Rosenberg, "Composition as a Service," IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 78-82, Jan.-Feb. 2010, doi:10.1109/MIC.2010.2
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