Building a Cloud Governance Bus

  • Victor Ion Munteanu 1. West University of Timişoara Romania, Timişoara, bvd. V.Pârvan 4, and 2. Institute e-Austria, Timişoara
  • Teodor-Florin Fortiş 1. West University of Timişoara Romania, Timişoara, bvd. V.Pârvan 4, and 2. Institute e-Austria, Timişoara
  • Adrian Copie 1. West University of Timişoara Romania, Timişoara, bvd. V.Pârvan 4, and 2. Institute e-Austria, Timişoara

Abstract

Thought still at its first steps, cloud governance lays the foundation upon which business innovations can be built. It fills in the gaps left by cloud providers and allows major players on the IT market to be challenged by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) for their share.At the core of cloud governance, its bus enables interaction and communication between various services and governance components. The cloud governance bus is a step forward for the enterprise service bus (ESB) into the cloud environment, addressing data integration and full implementation of enterprise integration patterns. This paper covers current requirements for ESB migration to the cloud environment and proposes a cloud governance architecture that meets the given requirements.

Author Biography

Victor Ion Munteanu, 1. West University of Timişoara Romania, Timişoara, bvd. V.Pârvan 4, and 2. Institute e-Austria, Timişoara
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

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Published
2014-09-14
How to Cite
MUNTEANU, Victor Ion; FORTIŞ, Teodor-Florin; COPIE, Adrian. Building a Cloud Governance Bus. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS COMMUNICATIONS & CONTROL, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 5, p. 900-906, sep. 2014. ISSN 1841-9844. Available at: <http://univagora.ro/jour/index.php/ijccc/article/view/1348>. Date accessed: 12 july 2020. doi: https://doi.org/10.15837/ijccc.2012.5.1348.

Keywords

cloud governance, cloud management, cloud governance bus, enterprise integration patterns