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Synchronization Patterns for Process-Driven and Service-Oriented Architectures

  • Carsten Hentrich
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 5770)

Abstract

This paper introduces a small pattern language for solving different kinds of synchronization problems in the area of process-driven and service-oriented architectures. The paper addresses synchronization issues in terms of coordinating the order of actions in technically independent process instances. Synchronization is thus addressed in terms of event-, control flow-, and object access synchronization. The patterns are related to the Service Composition and Service Provider Layers in an SOA.

Keywords

SOA pattern language software architecture process-driven service-oriented synchronization 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Carsten Hentrich
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  1. 1.CSC Deutschland Solutions GmbHWiesbadenGermany

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