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Self-configuring Booking SaaS Application

Show simple item record Eman.M-Fageer Nadir K.Salih 2017-07-05T07:25:05Z 2017-07-05T07:25:05Z 2017-07-05
dc.description.abstract This study aims to demonstrate the impact of self-configuration in system and how systems interact or adapt itself according to environment .The study includes a theoretical introduction to identify autonomic computing, self-configuration and how to make the system easy to be managed .This research tried to implement self-configuration system that help provider to provide multiple configurations for tenants to build their websites according to their requirements without interference between the different tenants requirements. To achieve this we follow three steps: first saas architecture is been designed which divided saas system to three levels and each level divided into four layers to make the management of the system easy and provide services to each level. Second feature model is been designed to illustrate the relationship between the different levels. Third the saas application algorithm(SCAS) to simulate SCAS in our application online hotel booking as case study.The study has concluded the following findings: First the use of architecture so important to manage system and provide services according to level. The provider can manage the tenant and tenant can manage the user. Second, the models determine relationship between the layers and represent input and output clearly .Third, (SCAS) is able to reduce costs without compromising quality and make the system global. The study recommends the following: First use reflex technique to make components of application self-configuration .Second apply the (SCAS) algorithm in saas applications. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject الاوراق العلمية en_US
dc.subject SaaS application en_US
dc.subject architecture en_US
dc.subject Self- configuration en_US
dc.subject Feature model en_US
dc.title Self-configuring Booking SaaS Application en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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