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Designing for Reliability and Maintainability in Service-Oriented Architectures

Dimension Value
  • Discipline
  • Business Sciences
    • Information Systems
  • Project Working Hours
  • Not Specified
  • Research Study Hybrid Value Creation
  • Not Specified
  • Funding Institutions
  • National governmental Funding
    • Other
  • Other Funding Institutions
  • Australian Research Council
  • Supportprogram
  • ARC Discovery
Contact Person/s: Prof. MP. Papazoglou

Designing for Reliability and Maintainability in Service-Oriented Architectures ()

This project aims to build expertise in the design of computer software, especially enterprise systems in domains such as finance and logistics that are vast in scale and highly complex and geographically separated. By fostering and formalising techniques for improving developer productivity and the reliability and maintainability of enterprise systems, Australia can secure a place as a world leader in software methodology, with an emphasis on technology production rather than consumption. Australian computer consulting services are a $19.5b industry, whilst the wider services sector, which is increasingly reliant on automation to stay competitive, accounts for 70% of Australia's GNP.

This project was described byAdmin Istrator (27. June 2011 - 12:25)
This project was last edited by Sanja Tumbas (1. July 2012 - 21:34)

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