Distributed information systems and applications are generally described in terms of components and interfaces among them. How these component-based architectures have been designed and implemented evolved over the years, giving rise to the so-called paradigm of Service-Oriented Computing (SOC). In this chapter, we will follow a 25-years-long journey on how design methodologies and supporting technologies influenced one each other, and we discuss how already back in the late 90s the ancestors of the SOC paradigm were there, already paving the way for the technological evolution recently leading to microservice architectures and serverless computing.
2021, Next-Gen Digital Services. A Retrospective and Roadmap for Service Computing of the Future, Pages 3-15
From Component-Based Architectures to Microservices: A 25-years-long Journey in Designing and Realizing Service-Based Systems (02a Capitolo o Articolo)
De Giacomo G., Lenzerini M., Leotta F., Mecella M.
ISBN: 978-3-030-73202-8; 978-3-030-73203-5