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Applications Portability and Services Interoperability among Multiple Clouds

IEEE Cloud Computing, 2014

Although researchers are actively seeking answers, definitive solutions to interoperability and portability issues among multiple cloud environments, especially at PaaS and SaaS level, remain elusive due to the technical complexity and a lack of standards.


From Monolithic to Microservices: An Experience Report from the Banking Domain

IEEE Software, 2018

Microservices have seen their popularity blossoming with an explosion of concrete applications in real-life software. Several companies are currently involved in a major refactoring of their back-end systems in order to improve scalability. This article presents an experience report of a real-world case study, from the banking domain, in order to demonstrate how scalability is positively affected by reimplementing a ...


Future Perspectives

Business and Scientific Workflows: A Web Service-Oriented Approach, None

This chapter contains sections titled:Workflows in Hosting PlatformsWorkflows Empowered by Social ComputingWorkflows Meeting Big DataEmergency Workflow Management]]>


The Economics of Microservices

IEEE Cloud Computing, 2016

Microservices address the problem of efficiently building and managing complex software systems. For medium-sized systems, they can deliver cost reduction, quality improvement, agility, and decreased time to market. For large cloud systems, they fundamentally change the rules of the game. However, although microservices approaches offer substantial benefits, a microservices architecture requires extra machinery, which can impose substantial costs. This column ...


Microservices

IEEE Software, 2018

Microservices are small applications with a single responsibility that can be deployed, scaled, and tested independently. They're gaining momentum across industries to facilitate agile delivery mechanisms for service-oriented architecture and to migrate function-oriented legacy architectures toward highly flexible service orientation. This article presents a brief overview of microservice technologies and how to migrate to them.


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IEEE.tv Videos

Networking in the Cloud Computing Era
Lew Tucker, IEEE GLOBECOM'13 Keynote Address - Lew Tucker, CTO, Cisco Systems
Fog Computing & Networking: The Multi-Billion $ Opportunity Before Us - Christian Renaud, Fog World Congress 2017
Optimizing Service Delivery at the Mobile Network Edge - Leandros Tassliuas - IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, 2019
Computer-Assisted Audiovisual Language Learning
NFV And 5G In A Fog Computing & Networking Environment - Farid Singh and Raghu Kondapalli, Fog World Congress 2017
Fengrui Shi: OppNet: Enabling Citizen-Centric Urban IoT Data Collection Through Opportunistic Connectivity Service: WF-IoT 2016
5G is the Greatest Technology Ever (Marketing Meets Engineering) - Henning Schulzrinne - 5G World Forum Dresden, 2019
2019 ICRA Keynote- Mocap as a Service
5G & Network Slicing: A New Era in Networking - Constantine Polychronopoulos - 5G World Forum Santa Clara 2018
IMS 2010 Special Features: Recognizing Chuck Swift's 52 Years of Service
Teacher In-Service Workshop
Zipline - IEEE Spectrum Technology in the Service of Society Award - 2019 IEEE Honors Ceremony
IEEE, IEEE-HKN and Public Service
David G. Green - IEEE Haraden Pratt Award, 2019 IEEE Honors Ceremony
Daniel E. Rivera: The CSS Outreach Program: Providing Community Service - Studio Tech Talks: Sections Congress 2017
Rebooting Computing: Parallelism in Computing
Rebooting Computing: Changing Computing
2015 IEEE Honors: IEEE Spectrum Technology in the Service of Society Award
Q&A with Michael Garner: IEEE Rebooting Computing Podcast, Episode 11

IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Applications Portability and Services Interoperability among Multiple Clouds

    Although researchers are actively seeking answers, definitive solutions to interoperability and portability issues among multiple cloud environments, especially at PaaS and SaaS level, remain elusive due to the technical complexity and a lack of standards.

  • From Monolithic to Microservices: An Experience Report from the Banking Domain

    Microservices have seen their popularity blossoming with an explosion of concrete applications in real-life software. Several companies are currently involved in a major refactoring of their back-end systems in order to improve scalability. This article presents an experience report of a real-world case study, from the banking domain, in order to demonstrate how scalability is positively affected by reimplementing a monolithic architecture into microservices. The case study is based on the FX Core system for converting from one currency to another. FX Core is a mission-critical system of Danske Bank, the largest bank in Denmark and one of the leading financial institutions in Northern Europe.

  • Future Perspectives

    This chapter contains sections titled:Workflows in Hosting PlatformsWorkflows Empowered by Social ComputingWorkflows Meeting Big DataEmergency Workflow Management]]>

  • The Economics of Microservices

    Microservices address the problem of efficiently building and managing complex software systems. For medium-sized systems, they can deliver cost reduction, quality improvement, agility, and decreased time to market. For large cloud systems, they fundamentally change the rules of the game. However, although microservices approaches offer substantial benefits, a microservices architecture requires extra machinery, which can impose substantial costs. This column explores both the costs and benefits of a microservices architecture.

  • Microservices

    Microservices are small applications with a single responsibility that can be deployed, scaled, and tested independently. They're gaining momentum across industries to facilitate agile delivery mechanisms for service-oriented architecture and to migrate function-oriented legacy architectures toward highly flexible service orientation. This article presents a brief overview of microservice technologies and how to migrate to them.

  • IEEE International Workshop on Dependable and Secure Services (DSS 2014)

    This workshop focuses on dependability and security of software and services. Service-based systems are being used in business and safety-critical environments to achieve operational goals and possess special characteristics that have been bringing difficult challenges to the research and industry communities for several years now. Among such challenges, dependability and security have been widely identified as critical aspects that need to be addressed, especially when considering that many times services are being deployed on the web, and used over unreliable networks to perform critical functions.

  • The Design and Architecture of Microservices

    Microservices are sweeping through cloud design architectures, at once embodying new trends and making use of previous paradigms. This column explores the basis for these trends in both modern and historical standards, and sets out a direction for the future of microservices development.

  • The 2016 IEEE Services Emerging Technology Track on Formal Methods in Services and Cloud Computing (FM-S&C 2016) Workshop Summary

    Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a widely accepted and engaged paradigm for the realization of business processes that incorporate several distributed, loosely coupled partners. However, how to work with service computing in a cloud environment is the latest challenge. Formal methods can play a fundamental and important role in service computing and cloud computing. It has been great advances in formal methods research via tool support and industrial best practice, and their role in a variety of industries, domains, and in certification and assurance. The aim of FM-S&C 2016 is to encourage academic researchers and industry practitioners to present and discuss all formal analysis, modeling and verification related to research and experiences in a broad spectrum of services and cloud computing.

  • Service Selection Using Service Clusters

    With the rapid development of cloud computing technologies, there are increasing number of Web services deployed by service providers on cloud platforms. Invoking Web services is in the form of given orders, by which the end-user can process business and information in anytime and anyway. However, existing Web service compositions mainly focus on single Web services selection and neglect to consider the fact that complex services created and aggregated by service compositions might be low global QoS (Quality of service). In this paper, the importance and necessity to construct service clusters in business process are discussed. Then, how to build up a model to solve the optimal QoS problem of Web service composition using service clusters is proposed. Third, the dynamic programming algorithm is introduced to this model. Finally, a series of experiments are carried out to evaluate our method. The results show that service cluster has advantage to obtain composite service with best QoS for the end-user.

  • Challenges in Delivering Software in the Cloud as Microservices

    Microservices can be broadly defined as the design of service-oriented software using a set of small services. In a microservice architecture, application complexity is distributed among narrowly focused and independently deployable units of computation. Such complexity can result in security vulnerabilities. Trustworthiness is also an issue when dealing with microservices. Moreover, there may be gaps in existing legal frameworks with regard to this technology. Solutions to these issues must seek balance between security and performance.



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