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A cloud-based architecture for transactional services adaptation

Abstract : Advances in wireless communications and mobility have increased the use of smart mobile applications. As a result of the remarkable increase of mobile devices and the pervasive wireless networks, a large number of mobile users are requiring personalization services customized to their context. The mobile cloud-computing paradigm from a context-aware perspective aims to find effective ways to make cloud services aware of the context of their customers and applications. Another major challenge for context-aware cloud services is to exploit the benefits of cloud computing to manage transaction processing throughout the life cycle of a service. In this paper, we focused on the need of loosely coupled context-supporting components that work with a transaction-aware service infrastructure to adapt services to the context of the user and his mobile device. We propose a cloud-based middleware for transactional service adaptation (CM4TSA) by adding the “Adaptation as a Service” layer into basic cloud architecture, to perform the correct execution of transactional service according to the user context.
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Widad Ettazi, Hatim Hafiddi, Mahmoud Nassar, Sophie Ebersold. A cloud-based architecture for transactional services adaptation. International Conference onTechnologies and Applications (CloudTech 2015), Jun 2015, Marrakech, Morocco. pp. 1-6. ⟨hal-01531180⟩



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