Enterprise Oriented Services [chapter]

Daniel Oppenheim, Krishna Ratakonda, Yi-Min Chee
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe a service-oriented framework that supports how distributed enterprises can collaborate on doing work. Our model separates the concerns of doing from managing work. Work is modeled as a capability and can be provided as a service by some organization. A desired business outcome can then be described by its required capabilities. The framework enables dynamic composition of capabilities into just-in-time service plans that can be executed collaboratively by distributed organizations.
more » ... Hub is used to manage and coordinate the overall work. It comprises stakeholders from the collaborating organizations. The Hub's infrastructure enables them to see the big picture, detect issues early, decide on the best response, and quickly enact their decision. Executing service plans can then be modified in real-time, providing the enterprise with agility and flexibility.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16132-2_8 fatcat:oxwmefz6nfaqpjsfr5iv2us4sm