ISSN 2587-814X (print),
ISSN 2587-8158 (online)

Russian version: ISSN 1998-0663 (print),
ISSN 2587-8166 (online)

Igor Pelepelin, Valentin Feklistov, Dmitriy Kozhevnikov

Service-oriented management of SOA component development

2012. No. 4(22). P. 17–24 [issue contents]

Igor Pelepelin– Leading Researcher, Center of Information Management Technologies, Institute of Information Technologies, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Leading Project Manager, Logika Biznesa Co.   
Address: 19, build. 6, Leninskaya Sloboda str., Moscow, 115280, Russian Federation.
E-mail: i61pelepelin@gmail.com

Valentine Feklistov – Senior Researcher, Center of Information Systems for Human Health Monitoring, National Research University Higher School of Economics.  
Address: 20, Myasnitskaya str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation.
E-mail: vfeklist@mail.ru

Dmitry Kozhevnikov – Leading Researcher, Center of Executive Authorities Analysis, National Research University Higher School of Economics.  
Address: 20, Myasnitskaya str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation.
E-mail: dkozhevnikov@hse.ru

Improving efficiency of information systems creation process within the service oriented architecture (SOA) is an urgent problem of today. Among information system architectures during the recent twelve years the most outstanding is Service Oriented Architecture that is an approach to creation of applications based on operational identification of relatively independent automatic transactions referred to as Services, development of software components designed to ensure automation of such transactions and their relevant unification in an application based on the single infrastructure for performance and control.

Despite the variety of existing tooling and enormous advantages in flexibility, scalability and efficiency, which entities/organizations get through adopting (switching to) Service Oriented Architecture of Applied Systems until now such an approach has not advanced so far despite many expectations. In our opinion reasons for such situation are difficulties in managing large scale arrays of services both on the stage of operation and designing and development as well.

Keeping in mind the existing experience of the undersigned, a conclusion could be made that design and development management difficulties are mostly of the architectural nature. This means that the biggest problems do occur at the junction or areas of responsibility of the process participants.

In this project the authors provide their generalized experience of resolving the abovementioned issues both using traditional facilities and a new Subject Oriented Approach to management process. The article is focused on a number of current technical and technological aspects of the relevant tooling use procedures. In particular, the authors lay down the basic specifics of SOA development, which lead to problematic management and coordination of designers’ efforts. This refers to task setting problems (known in system analysis as a structural and functional transfer problem), problems in interface coordination, necessity to maintain service standards as well as project management difficulties. Taking into account such specific features the article offers criteria to be applied to determining the components’ design and creation efficiency, sets up basic stages of components operational life time as well as the location and advantages of Subject Oriented Approach to components’ design and creation modeling and management processes. 

Citation: Kozhevnikov Dmitriy Evgen'evich, Feklistov Valentin Vasil'evich, Pelepelin Igor Evgen'evich (2012) Sub'ektno-orientirovannoe upravlenie razrabotkoi komponentov SOA [Service-oriented management of SOA component development] Biznes-informatika, 4(22), pp. 17-24 (in Russian)
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