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Introducing a framework to use SOA in business intelligence for real-time environments

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3 Author(s)
Jalileh Javanmard ; Department of Computer Engineering, Payame Noor University, Tehran, Iran ; Shahrouz Moaven ; Jafar Habibi

Due to the expansion of information systems and facing with a mass of data and information, the existing business intelligence systems are not capable of meeting the requirements of real-time business environments. On the other hand, expansion of different application system environments has hardened integration and interoperability between them. Adoption of service-oriented architecture is one way to face with these big challenges. In the proposed framework, different kinds of features and tools have been used to achieve the best real-time architecture, give the best performance and manage as best as possible in a real-time environment. By using these capabilities and features, integration of applications and distributed services has been provided. In the suggested framework, not only meeting all the requirements in real-time business intelligence environments have been considered, but also it has been provided the possibility of evaluation of interaction between systems and applications and improvement of these interactions by coordination network methodology.

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2011 IEEE 2nd International Conference on Software Engineering and Service Science

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15-17 July 2011