"The Emergency Response demo looked very interesting to me – it
gives the opportunity to explore different aspects of SOA – the core of the SOA
fabric where the system is static, nodes are always available, with high
bandwidth and the edge where the nodes are mobile and disconnected periodically
with the low bandwidth, different types of communications, data sharing etc.
Do you have a modeling methodology that can be
shared with some who might wish to examine various issues such as how service
requests are defined and handled, in the two cases; the static core and the
really like the notion of a core of service transactions and an edge where a
measurement of novelty might be occurring. One could read the fluid edge
as being merely places where sporadic service transaction (types) were
occuring, but I think you are refering to transactions what are not mainstreamed
into a solid core (where certain optimality can be
insight that your modeling model has is that in the real world there needs
always be an fuild edge so that the real event structure of things not precisely
anticipated can be measrued. Am I following you
suspect that you have some academic papers on the modeling methodology.
Can these be shared?
I subscribed to the soa demo
mailing list recently. I would like to participate in the demo effort. I am
currently working on the research project which goal is to model the
performance of Community of Interest and Enterprise Service Enabled
Applications interacting via Service Oriented Architecture. The modeling that
I am talking about is a modeling allowing dynamic simulations of the model.
This model allows running different scenarios and evaluating different aspect
of the modeled system in a dynamic way.
In order to model SOA based
enterprise application we need a use case and the best corresponding
implementation of the use case. The Emergency Response demo looked very
interesting to me – it gives the opportunity to explore different aspects of
SOA – the core of the SOA fabric where the system is static, nodes are always
available, with high bandwidth and the edge where the nodes are mobile and
disconnected periodically with the low bandwidth, different types of
communications, data sharing etc.
I am a little confused about the
demo scenario – during June Service Oriented Architecture for E-government
Conference The Emergency Response scenario was presented – I do not see the
continuation of this scenario. Were this scenario implemented and now the new
one is in the pipeline?
It looks like Rex Brooks was
involved in Emergency Response scenario – can you tell what the story with
this scenario is – Do we have a description of the scenario
Please let me