Business rules based legacy system evolution towards service-oriented architecture.

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Show simple item record Xu, Yang 2010-11-26T11:55:19Z 2010-11-26T11:55:19Z 2010
dc.description.abstract Enterprises can be empowered to live up to the potential of becoming dynamic, agile and real-time. Service orientation is emerging from the amalgamation of a number of key business, technology and cultural developments. Three essential trends in particular are coming together to create a new revolutionary breed of enterprise, the service-oriented enterprise (SOE): (1) the continuous performance management of the enterprise; (2) the emergence of business process management; and (3) advances in the standards-based service-oriented infrastructures. This thesis focuses on this emerging three-layered architecture that builds on a service-oriented architecture framework, with a process layer that brings technology and business together, and a corporate performance layer that continually monitors and improves the performance indicators of global enterprises provides a novel framework for the business context in which to apply the important technical idea of service orientation and moves it from being an interesting tool for engineers to a vehicle for business managers to fundamentally improve their businesses. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher De Montfort University en
dc.subject business rule en
dc.subject legacy system en
dc.subject software evolution en
dc.subject service-oriented architecture en
dc.title Business rules based legacy system evolution towards service-oriented architecture. en
dc.type Thesis or dissertation en
dc.publisher.department Faculty of Technology en
dc.publisher.department Software Technology Research Laboratory en
dc.type.qualificationlevel Doctoral en
dc.type.qualificationname PhD en

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