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Thesis: Evolution and Maintenance of Service-Oriented Systems

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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 00:47:51 +0200 (CEST)
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Hello,
I am currently writing a master’s thesis concerning evolution and
maintenance of service-oriented systems, implemented with Web services. In
my work I have assumed that service-oriented business systems require a
new approach to the structure of the maintenance teams in the maintenance
process (i.e. roles, responsibilities, visible granularity of the
architecture, etc.). I am trying to identify required roles, their
responsibilities, level of expertise and communication. Moreover, I am
investigating how the mapping between particular roles and system services
should be done and how to escalate the problem report ownership throughout
the entire maintenance process.

Do you have any suggestions or comments about this area? I am looking for
information about the maintenance of Web services or SOA in general.

Best Regards,
Michal Tepczynski

Department of Computer and Systems Sciences
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden.
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