Aspect-driven Context-aware Services

Karel Cemus, Filip Klimes, Tomas Cerny
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
Nowadays enterprise software solutions must deal with ever-growing complexity and a multitude of business processes. The mainstream system design decomposes the system into small reusable services. While these services isolate certain system logic and address efficient elasticity towards growing user demands, there are multiple issues related to such a design, such as limitations to deal with restated information, information reuse or the ability to address cross-cutting concerns across
more » ... services. This paper highlights limitations of service-oriented architecture and proposes an alternative decomposition through aspect-driven service-oriented architecture. Such architecture involves adaptive, context-aware services preserving simple maintenance while addressing information reuse and crosscuts across services. The paper provides a formal description of the proposed architecture as well as a demonstration through a case study, showing approach properties and benefits.
doi:10.15439/2017f397 dblp:conf/fedcsis/CemusKC17 fatcat:ipcrfgkaq5eblheipb4mm3xssa