A common basis for modelling service-oriented and event-driven architecture

Tony Clark, Balbir S. Barn

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Abstract

Component based approaches to Enterprise Architecture (EA) include Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Event Driven Architecture (EDA). Model-based approaches to EA support SOA in terms of components and services expressed as interfaces and messages. However, there are few modelbased approaches that support EDA even though SOA and EDA are both based on components. UML has components, however there is no support for events and no support for component patterns (or templates). This paper describes a simple extension to UML that supports both SOA and EDA. Components have both operation and event interfaces. The modelling language is implemented using a higher-order simulation language where templates are defined as functions over component definitions. The languages are described using a case study that has been implemented in Java.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationISEC '12 Proceedings of the 5th India Software Engineering Conference
PublisherACM
Pages23-32
ISBN (Print)978-1-4503-1142-7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 Feb 2012
Eventthe 5th India Software Engineering Conference - Kanpur, India
Duration: 22 Feb 201225 Feb 2012

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Conferencethe 5th India Software Engineering Conference
Period22/02/1225/02/12

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Clark, T., & Barn, B. S. (2012). A common basis for modelling service-oriented and event-driven architecture. In ISEC '12 Proceedings of the 5th India Software Engineering Conference (pp. 23-32). ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2134254.2134258
Clark, Tony ; Barn, Balbir S. / A common basis for modelling service-oriented and event-driven architecture. ISEC '12 Proceedings of the 5th India Software Engineering Conference. ACM, 2012. pp. 23-32
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A common basis for modelling service-oriented and event-driven architecture. / Clark, Tony; Barn, Balbir S.

ISEC '12 Proceedings of the 5th India Software Engineering Conference. ACM, 2012. p. 23-32.

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Clark T, Barn BS. A common basis for modelling service-oriented and event-driven architecture. In ISEC '12 Proceedings of the 5th India Software Engineering Conference. ACM. 2012. p. 23-32 https://doi.org/10.1145/2134254.2134258