ARKIS - Architectural Renovation of Kendox InfoShare
At a glance
ARKIS aims at going beyond the current trend of “just” moving data and document management into the cloud by defining a cloud-native architecture for managing documents reliably and with scale in an ecosystem of third-party services around a document management system. Business-critical aspects such as fully compliant and auditable document access procedures are made service-oriented by rating and billing them on a per-use basis. Cloud features such as differentiated storage and surge pricing are analysed for their suitability in this particular domain.
The project will deliver, among other results, a multi-tenant prototype for managing documents in the cloud including revenue sharing for participating entities and a testbed for comparing relational and document databases, both locally and commercial services.
This transfer and innovation project combines the previous work of the Service Prototyping Lab (SPLab) and ICCLab in Cloud-Native Applications, augmented by an extended consideration of Cloud-Native Databases as stateful microservices, with Rating-Charging-Billing and Service Tooling.
Mann, Zóltan Ádám; Stolz, Volker, eds.,
Advances in Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing... Autor: Zoltán Ádám Mann Advances in Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing : Workshops of ESOCC 2017, Oslo, Norway, September 27-29, 2017, Revised Selected Papers.
3rd International Workshop on Cloud Adoption and Migration (CloudWays), Oslo, Norway, 27-29 September 2017.
Communications in Computer and Information Science ; 824.
Available from: https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-3766