Chapter 12

Architecting Cloud Services for the Digital Me in a Privacy-Aware Environment

Robert Eikermann; Markus Look; Alexander Roth; Berhard Rumpe; Andreas Wortmann    Software Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany


Modern cloud-based service architectures have to cope with requirements arising from handling big data such as integrating heterogeneous data sources (variety), storing the large amount of data (volume), keeping up with the frequency of data (velocity), and tolerating errors and faults within the data (veracity). Development of new services must be fast and efficient by reusing already existing services. Reuse and composition of services enable value-added services. Incorporating individual end-user ...

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