Contributions to Books:

T. Holmes, E. Mulo, U. Zdun, S. Dustdar:
"Model-Aware Monitoring of SOAs for Compliance";
in: "Service Engineering: European Research Results", S. Dustdar, F. Li (ed.); Springer, 2011, (invited), ISBN: 978-3-7091-0414-9, 117 - 136.

English abstract:
Business processes today are supported by process-driven service oriented
architectures. Due to the increasing importance of compliance of an organization
with regulatory requirements and internal policies, there is a need for appropriate
techniques to monitor organizational information systems as they execute business
processes. Event-based monitoring of processes is one of the ways to provide
runtime process-state information. This type of monitoring, however, has limitations
mostly related to the type and amount of information available in events and process
engines. We propose a novel approach - model-aware monitoring of business processes
- to address these limitations. Emitted events contain unique identifiers of
models that can be retrieved dynamically during runtime from a model-aware repository
and service environment (MORSE). The size of the events is kept small and
patterns of events that signify interesting occurrences are identified through complex
event processing and are signaled to interesting components such as a business
intelligence. To illustrate our approach we present an industry case study where we
have applied this generic infrastructure for the compliance monitoring of business

Related Projects:
Project Head Schahram Dustdar:
Compliance-driven Models, Languages, and Architectures for Services

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