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How SESA emerged?

  • Service Orientation in information systems
    • Service-Oriented Computing (SOC)
      • Services as the fundamental elements for the development of rapid, low-cost, and easily integrable enterprise applications,
    • Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
      • SOC can be abstractly implemented by SOA,
      • From function to object to service,
      • SOA requirements: loose coupling, implementation neutrality, flexible configuration, long lifetime, granularity and teams.
  • Existing technologies and SOA solutions are…
    • … difficult to scale without a proper degree of automation,
    • … partial solution to interoperability.
  • Semantically Enabled Service Oriented Architecture (SESA) represents SOA empowered by adding semantics as a means to deal with heterogeneity and mechanization of service usage.

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