The pros and cons of using SDL for creation of distributed services
AuthorOlsen, Anders; Demany, Didier; Cardoso, Elsa; Lodge, Fiona; Kolberg, Mario; Bjorkander, Morgan; SINNOTT, RICHARD
Source TitleIntelligence in services and networks: paving the way for an open service market: 6th International Conference on Intelligence in Services and Networks, IS&N'99: proceedings
University of Melbourne Author/sSinnott, Richard
Document TypeBook Chapter
CitationsOlsen, A., Demany, D., Cardoso, E., Lodge, F., Kolberg, M., Bjorkander, M., et al. (1999). The pros and cons of using SDL for creation of distributed services. In H. Zuidweg, M. Campolargo, J. Delgado & A. Mullery (Eds.), Intelligence in services and networks: paving the way for an open service market: 6th International Conference on Intelligence in Services and Networks, IS&N'99: proceedings (pp. 342-354). Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer.
Access StatusOpen Access
This is a post-print of an article whose final and definitive form has been published in Lecture Notes in Computer Science © 1999 Springer; the original publication is available at: http://www.springerlink.com
In a competitive market for the creation of complex distributed services, time to market, development cost, maintenance and flexibility are key issues. Optimizing the development process is very much a matter of optimizing the technologies used during service creation. This paper reports on the experience gained in the Service Creation projects SCREEN and TOSCA on use of the language SDL for efficient service creation.
Keywordsdistributed services; service creation; SDL
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