Resource Management in Web-based Business Applications
Workshop on Distributed Computing on the WEB (DCW99)
Proceedings of Workshop on Distributed Computing on the WEB (DCW99)s
The World Wide Web (WWW, Web) has become a new application platform offering most services needed for a distributed operating system. With this, an opportunity is created that allows fusing originally separated business application systems to support new, value-added business applications accessible via the Web. In this paper, we present an approach to facilitate collaboration of business application systems. In particular, we point out how new Web-based business applications are created by fusing services of existing application systems that may reside in heterogeneous environments. Furthermore, we introduce a means to support inter-application communication on a semantic level, thus providing a global information infrastructure for Web-based business applications that supports resource management.
Gaedke, Martin; Turowski, Klaus: Resource Management in Web-based Business Applications. Proceedings of Workshop on Distributed Computing on the WEB (DCW99)s, 1999.