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2nd International Workshop on
Recent Trends in SOA Based Information Systems - RTSOABIS 2011

In conjunction with the 13th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems - ICEIS 2011

Farouk Toumani
Blaise Pascal University
LIMOS Laboratory

Valérie Monfort
Paris1 Panthéon Sorbonne University
MIRACL Laboratory, Sfax
ISIG, Kairouan University
France / Tunisia

Wassim Jaziri
MIRACL Laboratory, ISIM, Sfax
The "Recent Trends in SOA Based Information Systems" (RTSOABIS'11) is a second edition of a Workshop joint to ICEIS'2011 conference. Service Oriented Architecture is an architectural approach to designing, building, and deploying information systems such that the system is created from simpler manageable building blocks, offering "services". Each service implements a discrete piece of business functionality. These services can then be mixed and matched to create entirely new applications or to deliver new business capabilities. As a concept, SOA is not new. It is a product of the evolution of IT architecture and distributed computing concepts.
However, it has only become a reality over the last few years because of the emergence of standards and maturation of supporting technology.
The Internet has played a significant role in the evolution of these standards, allowing (Web) services to interoperate globally within and across the boundaries of large and small organizations. Without standards, it would be difficult for services to communicate and interact with each other. Consequently, the aforementioned sharing, reuse and combination of services to create business processes on an as-needed basis would not be possible. At its core, service orientation is about aligning technology to efficiently and flexibly support the process and performance needs of the business. It means a technology which is capable to:
- Meets the process and performance needs of the business
- Adapts quickly to changing business needs
- Incorporate new technologies to deliver new business capability

This second edition of the workshop on Recent Trends in SOA Based Information Systems provides a forum for researchers and practitioners to present results, applications, and experiences in information systems based on SOA and Web services.
Topics of interest
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

› SOA Architecture & Design
› Service Modeling & BPM
› The Business of Service Orientation
› SOA Project Delivery & Methodology
› Service Programming
› SOA Governance
› SOA Design Patterns & Service Engineering
› Modern ESB & SOA Middleware
› Interactive Services & the Human Factor
› Model Driven Development of SOA
› Ontologies and SOA
› Formal Specifications and Verification of SOA
› SOA and E-learning, Intelligent Tutoring Systems
› Multi Agent Systems based on services
› Interoperability and SOA
› SOA and Mobility
› SOA and Context-aware Applications
› SOA and Real Time Applications
› Real World SOA Case Studies, Industrial Feed Back
› SOA & Rest
› Software as a Service
› SOA and Green IT
› SOA & Cloud Computing
› SOA and GRID Computing
Workshop Program Committee
Valérie Monfort, Paris1 Panthéon Sorbonne University , France
Serge Haddad, Ecole Normale Supérieure Cachan LSV, France
Maha Khemaja, ISIG Kairouan, PRINCE Sousse, Tunisia
Abdelkrim Meziane, CERIST Alger, Algeria
Géraldine Polaillon, SUPELEC Orsay, France
Slimane Hammoudi, ESEO Angers, France
Wassim Jaziri, Sfax University , Tunisia
Jiangang Ma, Victoria University, Australia
Xitong Li, MIT Sloan, USA
Jian Yu, University of Adelaide, Australia
Abdelbasset Trad, ISIG Kairouan, PRINCE Sousse, Tunisia
All accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings book, under an ISBN reference and on CD-ROM support.
All papers presented at the conference venue will be available at the SciTePress Digital Library (http://www.scitepress.org/DigitalLibrary/). SciTePress is member of CrossRef (http://www.crossref.org/).
For this edition in 2011 an International Journal will publish a Special Issue based on the best papers presented at this workshop.