Enterprise Mashups and Web 2.0 for Management (Tutorial)

IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS)
Salvador, Brazil,
Abstract. Mashups are an exciting genre of interactive Web applications that draw upon content retrieved from external data sources to create entirely new and innovative services. They are a hallmark of the second generation of Web applications informally known as Web 2.0. This tutorial explores what it means to be a mashup, the different classes of popular mashups constructed today, and the enabling technologies that mashup developers leverage to create their applications. Of particular interest are the many opportunities that mashup technology offers for distributed systems management. This includes rapid prototyping of management interfaces, integration with external data sources and services such as geographical mapping, and the use of community knowledge and social networks to perform management tasks. Finally, we will explore many of the emerging technical and social challenges that mashup developers face.
author = {Hani and Jamjoom and Nikos and Anerousis},
title = {{Enterprise Mashups and Web 2.0 for Management (Tutorial)}},
booktitle = {IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS)},
address = {Salvador, Brazil},
month = {April},
year = {2008}