Orchestration Definitions

  • B

    business capability

    Business capabilities are one way of representing the highest conceptual-level view of an enterprise architecture.

  • E

    e-outsourcing

    For a business, e-outsourcing is buying information technology products and services that could be furnished in-house from one or a variety of sources on the Internet.

  • endpoint reference (EPR)

    An endpoint reference (EPR) is a combination of Web services (WS) elements that define the address for a resource in a Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) header... (Continued)

  • F

    functionality

    In information technology, functionality (from Latin functio meaning "to perform") is the sum or any aspect of what a product, such as a software application or computing device, can do for a user.

  • J

    JXTA (juxtaposed)

    JXTA (pronounced "juxta") is Sun Microsystem's peer-to-peer (P2P) initiative, a research effort created to promote and explore new approaches to distributed computing.

  • M

    microservices

    Microservices is an approach to application development in which a large application is built as a suite of modular services. Each module supports a specific business goal and uses a simple, well-defined interface to communicate with other sets of services.

  • R

    Rich Client Platform (RCP)

    A Rich Client Platform (RCP) is a specialized computer program intended for the creation of Java applications built on the Eclipse architecture.... (Continued)

  • S

    Service Integration Maturity Model (SIMM)

    The Service Integration Maturity Model (SIMM) is a paradigm developed by IBM that defines the extent to which various services are integrated in a service-oriented architecture (SOA)... (Continued)

  • service-oriented architecture (SOA)

    Service oriented architecture (SOA) is a technique that involves the interaction between loosely coupled services that function independently.

  • stove-piped development

    In engineering and information technology, stove-piped development is an approach in which improvements are considered only within the existing and technologically familiar context.

  • system of systems (SoS)

    System of systems (SoS)  is a way to view multiple, small independent systems in context as part of a larger, more complex system.

  • T

    Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC)

    The Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC) is a worldwide consortium that establishes standards intended to promote the fast, efficient and reliable execution of e-commerce and database transactions... (Continued)

  • Tuxedo (Transactions for UNIX, Enhanced for Distributed Operation)

    Tuxedo (which stands for Transactions for UNIX, Enhanced for Distributed Operation) is a middleware product that uses a message-based communications system to distribute applications across various operating system platforms and databases.

  • W

    Web Service Choreography Interface (WSCI)

    Web Service Choreography Interface (WSCI) is a programming language that provides a global, message-oriented view of processes involving multiple Web services... (Continued)

  • web service orchestration

    Service orchestration is the coordination or integration of several services and exposing them as a single service. The mix of services supports the automation of business processes.

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