Programming Elasticity and Commitment in Dynamic Processes

  • Fernández P
  • Truong H
  • Dustdar S
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Abstract

In the past, elasticity and commitment in business processes were underexplored. But as businesses increasingly exploit pay-per-use resources in the cloud for on-demand needs, elasticity and commitment have become important issues. Here, the authors discuss the value of using elastic resources and commitments to create more dynamic organizations that can easily balance the need to be adaptable and flexible, while also retaining a high level of manageability.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Internet of Things
  • Internet/Web technologies
  • IoT
  • adaptability
  • commitment
  • dynamic process management
  • elasticity

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