International Conference on Web Services Europe (ICWS-Europe03)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 23, 2003||End Date/Time: Sep 24, 2003|
|Registration Date: Sep 22, 2003|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 01, 2003|
|Abstract Submission Date: May 23, 2003|
|Paper Submission Date: May 23, 2003|
After some time of early experience Web Services are moving themselves from a new highly fragmented technology to a piece of nowadays infrastructures which promise to address various current challenges. These include classical integration and data access challenges in a heterogeneous environment. Web Services provide an open and technology-agnostic interface, and furthermore propel new usage paradigms in distributed computing infrastructures like Grid services based OGSA (Open Grid Services Architecture).
Successful adoption of Web Service technology relies on the definition of interoperable architectural building blocks which can be integrated in existing software architectures, like J2EE or CORBA heritage. Interoperability will surely prove itself as the critical success factor of the Web Service proliferation. In order to accomplish these interoperability various standardization bodies such as the W3C, UN or OASIS founded activities to create specifications and products implementing these building blocks.
In the coming months, more and more early adopters will gain experience in deploying web services in their enterprises. Enterprises might try to extend the reach to external partners and lead to business to business exploring web services based integration. Web services metering, monitoring such as SLA (service level agreement) and choreography or web services flow management within enterprise and across enterprise will gain more attention.
Areas of interest include but are not limited to:
* Web Services based and Traditional Integration Architectures
* Web services metering
* Web Services and Semantic Web
* Location-based Web Services Applications and Pervasive Services
* Ontology for Web Services
* Grid-based Services
* Emerging Standards
* Case Studies of Web Services Solutions
* Interoperability --- Experiences and Desiderata
* Web Services and E-Commerce
* Web Services for Business Process Integration and Management
* Federated Web Services Discovery
* Web Services Choreography and Composition
* Web services performance and modeling