Dynamic virtual organization management for service oriented enterprise applications

  • Robinson P
  • Karabulut Y
  • Haller J
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The requirements for dynamic virtual organization management have been derived from an analysis of the state-of-the-art in service-oriented enterprise management systems and its preparedness for handling more complex, long-term business interactions with multilateral agreements. It was found that these forms of business interactions are currently not well supported with respect to dynamic configuration of membership and business interactions based on trust, security and contract parameters. This resulted in an architecture that extends the state-of-the-art enterprise systems architecture, as well as the protocols for managing the state and membership of the dynamic virtual organization

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  • P Robinson

  • Y Karabulut

  • J Haller

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