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ThinkMind // SERVICE COMPUTATION 2011, The Third International Conferences on Advanced Service Computing // View article service_computation_2011_2_10_10048


Designing Reusable Management Services

Authors:
Ingo Pansa
Christoph Leist
Matthias Reichle
Sebastian Abeck

Keywords: management service design; reusability; domain model

Abstract:
Reusing functionality is one preferable requirement in today's engineering of distributed systems. Focusing IT Management systems as a key enabler to modern service- oriented systems, reusing management functionality can be achieved by applying the principles of service-orientation to support the construction of reusable management services. Thus, in order to construct these management services aligned with certain design quality, estimating the possible degree of reusability during analysis and design steps is required in order to support certain design decisions. Existing approaches targeting the design of management services do not take reusability into account explicitly, wherefore the proposed solutions seem to be hard to adopt if requirements to that system change. In this paper, an overall approach based on domain modeling is presented, supporting the design of management services by explicitly defined reusability metrics. The approach is exemplified by designing management services for a typical Incident Management scenario in which we outline the value of domain modeling for creating reusable design blueprints.

Pages: 19 to 25

Copyright: Copyright (c) IARIA, 2011

Publication date: September 25, 2011

Published in: conference

ISSN: 2308-3549

ISBN: 978-1-61208-152-6

Location: Rome, Italy

Dates: from September 25, 2011 to September 30, 2011

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