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SAP Research RoofTop Marketplace

2009-04-20 , Hoyer, Volker , Gilles, Florian , Fleischmann, Kathrin , Dreiling, Alexander , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina

Enterprise Mashups have gained momentum in the last years. Business users with no or limited programming skills are empowered to leverage in a collaborative manner existing mashable components. By combining and reusing Web-based resources within minutes, business users are able to create new value added applications to solve an individual and ad-hoc business problem. In this demo, we show the SAP Research RoofTop Marketplace prototype that transfers established marketplace concepts and principles to the Enterprise Mashup paradigm in order to handle business and organizational challenges of the Mashup paradigm in enterprise environments.

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SAP Research RoofTop Marketplace: Putting a Face on Service-Oriented Architectures

2009-07-08 , Hoyer, Volker , Gilles, Florian , Janner, Till , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina

The huge demand for situational and ad-hoc applications desired by the mass of business end users cannot be fully covered by traditional Service-Oriented Architectures (SOAs). By putting a face on SOA, Enterprise Mashups empower these end users to combine and reuse Web-based resources within minutes to create value added applications. In this paper, we present the SAP Research RoofTop Marketplace prototype that transfers established marketplace concepts to the Enterprise Mashup paradigm in order to leverage the power of peer production. The underlying concepts and the resulting architecture of the platform are presented. By means of a business scenario, the features of the grassroosts Enterprise Mashup platform are demonstrated. IEEE Service Cup 2009 awarded by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Services Computing http://iscc.servicescomputing.org/2009/

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Enterprise Mashups - Umdenken im Projektmanagement

2009-10-01 , Hoyer, Volker , Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina

Mashups ermöglichen es Endnutzern, individuelle Applikationen innerhalb von Minuten zu erstellen. Die IT-Abteilung spielt dabei eine neue Rolle als Vermittler zwischen Anwendern sowie internen und externen Diensteanbietern. Mit klassischem Projektmanagement kommt man hier nicht weiter. Agile Method eignen sie jedoch gut für die Aufgabe.