Turner, M. and Budgen, D. and Brereton, P. (2003) 'Turning software into a service.', Computer., 36 (10). pp. 38-44.
The software as a service model composes services dynamically, as needed, by binding several lower-level services--thus overcoming many limitations that constrain traditional software use, deployment and evolution.
|Keywords:||Software services, DP industry, Software engineering, Web services, Development, Delivery.|
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