On analyzing and specifying concerns for data as a service

  • Truong H
  • Dustdar S
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Providing data as a service has not only fostered the access to data from anywhere at anytime but also reduced the cost of investment. However, data is often associated with various concerns that must be explicitly described and modeled in order to ensure that the data consumer can find and select relevant data services as well as utilize the data in the right way. In particular, the use of data is bound to various rules imposed by data owners and regulators. Although, technically Web services and database technologies allow us to quickly expose data sources as Web services, until now, research has not been focused on the description of data service concerns, thus hindering the discovery, selection and utilization of data services. In this paper, we analyze major concerns for data as a service, model these concerns, and discuss how they can be used to improve the search and utilization of data services.

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