NewSoftwareDevelopmenttechniqueswithrespecttocloudcomputing and eServices had modified IS architectures which were well established and consolidated in the past. The new methodologies of (software, micro/e) “Services” has pushed towards the adoption of software development organization inde‐ pendent from traditional tiered-architecture with the result of reducing both scale-up and down times as well as interruption times due to migration to different plat‐ forms. The eServices development organization relays on MicroServices architec‐ ture so that it is decomposing the legacy architecture in micro-components, each one with an independent life-cycle but interconnected and correlated, i.e. eServices. Each eService is hosted within a single container which has a proper software lifecycle and with minimal set of executable operating system libraries. The analysis goes into details about the structure and the development of eServices with MicroServices architecture. The paper discusses the new technological tendencies under the lens of an Organizational approach.

Cavallari, M., Tornieri, F., De Marco, M., Organizational Impact on Software Development of eServices Techniques, in Stefano Za, M. D. M. C. (ed.), LNBIP 279 - Lecture Notes on Business Information Processing - Exploring Service Science, IESS 1.7, Springer International Publishing AG, Hidelberg 2017: 64- 75. 10.1007/978-3-319-56925-3. 10.1007/978-3-319-56925-3_6 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/97836]

Organizational Impact on Software Development of eServices Techniques

Cavallari, Maurizio
Primo
;
Tornieri, Francesco
Secondo
;
De Marco, Marco
Ultimo
2017

Abstract

NewSoftwareDevelopmenttechniqueswithrespecttocloudcomputing and eServices had modified IS architectures which were well established and consolidated in the past. The new methodologies of (software, micro/e) “Services” has pushed towards the adoption of software development organization inde‐ pendent from traditional tiered-architecture with the result of reducing both scale-up and down times as well as interruption times due to migration to different plat‐ forms. The eServices development organization relays on MicroServices architec‐ ture so that it is decomposing the legacy architecture in micro-components, each one with an independent life-cycle but interconnected and correlated, i.e. eServices. Each eService is hosted within a single container which has a proper software lifecycle and with minimal set of executable operating system libraries. The analysis goes into details about the structure and the development of eServices with MicroServices architecture. The paper discusses the new technological tendencies under the lens of an Organizational approach.
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LNBIP 279 - Lecture Notes on Business Information Processing - Exploring Service Science, IESS 1.7
978-3-319-56924-6
Springer International Publishing AG
https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-56925-3_6
http://link.springer.com/openurl.asp?genre=issue&issn=1865-1348&volume=279
Cavallari, M., Tornieri, F., De Marco, M., Organizational Impact on Software Development of eServices Techniques, in Stefano Za, M. D. M. C. (ed.), LNBIP 279 - Lecture Notes on Business Information Processing - Exploring Service Science, IESS 1.7, Springer International Publishing AG, Hidelberg 2017: 64- 75. 10.1007/978-3-319-56925-3. 10.1007/978-3-319-56925-3_6 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/97836]
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