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Bachelor Thesis: Towards an Open Service Compendium - Evaluation and Extension of Brokering Technologies

Towards an Open Service Compendium - Evaluation and Extension of Brokering Technologies


The primary purpose of this thesis is to design a domain-specific cloud storage service description vocabulary and implement the functionality to match cloud services by using this designed

taxonomy and compare their characteristics through an overview. Therefore, the methodologies of the Design Science in Information Systems Research Framework by Alan et al. are

applied. The aim is to contribute new approaches towards the Open Service Compendium – a crowd-sourced platform for cloud services.

In the first part, an extensive analysis of common cloud service characteristics and technologies is conducted. Typical concepts and concerns are identified in the current research progress. This analysis is extended by presenting a new defined cloud storage taxonomy. It shows that the complexity and heterogeneity of cloud service descriptions can be handled and reduced by

using the Service Description Language - New Generation.

The thesis then proposes a concept for the implementation service matching and comparing extension. This concept includes the new designed cloud storage taxonomy and is based on

current broker technologies that have been analyzed and identified.

Finally, the thesis provides an evaluation that takes the findings of the previous chapters into account. The thesis will prove that the previously made assumptions are valid and paves the way for the Open Service Compendium.


Supervisor: Mathias Slawik, Dirk Thatmann

Type:  Bachelor Thesis

Duration: 4 months

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