Wednesday, June 13, 2012


We have seen the state-of-the-art cloud-based data integration platforms for real-time data sharing among enterprise information systems and cloud applications. Another fast-emerging option is to link enterprise and cloud systems via messaging. This has forced vendors and service organizations to take message oriented middleware (MoM) to the all-powerful cloud infrastructures. Going forward, there are coordinated and calculated efforts for taking the standards-compatible enterprise service bus (ESB) to clouds in order to guarantee message enrichment, mediation, content and contextbased message routing. Thus both loosely or lightly coupled and decoupled cloud services and applications will become a reality soon with the maturity and durability of message-centric and cloud-based service bus suites. We can still visualise the deployment of complex event processing (CEP) engines in clouds in order to capture and capitalise streams of events from diverse sources in different formats and forms in order to infer the existing and emerging situation precisely and concisely. Further on, all kinds of risks, threats, vulnerabilities, opportunities, trends, tips, associations, patterns, and other tactical as well as strategic insights and actionable insights can be deduced to act upon confidently and at real time.

In a highly interoperable environment, seamless and spontaneous composition and collaboration would happen in order to create sophisticated services dynamically. Context-aware applications covering all kinds of constituents and participants (self, surroundings and situation-aware devices, sensors, robots, instruments, media players, utensils, consumer electronics, information appliances, etc.), in a particular environment (home, hotel, hospital, office, station, stadium etc.), enterprise systems, integration middleware, cloud services and knowledge engines can be built and sustained. There are fresh endeavours in order to achieve service composition in cloud ecosystem. Existing frameworks such as service component architecture (SCA) are being revitalised for making it fit for cloud environments. Composite applications, services, data, views and processes will be become cloud-centric and hosted in order to support spatially separated and heterogeneous systems.

Source of Information : Wiley - Cloud Computing Principles and Paradigms
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