8th International Workshop on 

Service Oriented Architectures in Converging Networked Environments (SOCNE)

in conjunction with

18th IEEE International Conference on
Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA'2014)
Barcelona, Spain, September 16-19 2014


Proceedings are available:

in the IEEE Xplore library



Slides of the presentations:


Invited Speech: "Services for the Internet of Things with CoAP" by Matthias Kovatsch


"Congestion Control for CoAP Cloud Services" by August Betzler, Carles Gomez, Ilker Demirkol, Matthias Kovatsch


"An Optimized WS-Eventing for Large-Scale Networks" by Jan Skodzik, Vlado Altmann, Peter Danielis, Moritz Koal, Dirk Timmermann


 "Maintaining Traceability Links between Design and Runtime Architectures to support Autonomic Management" by Philippe Lalanda, Stephanie Chollet, Etienne Gandrille, Catherine Hamon


"A model based development approach for building automation systems" by Björn Butzin, Frank Golatowski, Christoph Niedermeier, Norbert Vicari, Egon Wuchner


"Machine ballets don’t need conductors: Towards scheduling based service choreographies in a real-time SOA for industrial automation" by Thomas Kothmayr, Alfons Kemper, Andreas Scholz, Jörg Heuer


"Real-time Billing as a Service A standard-based proof-of-concept implementation" by Stephan Flake, Jürgen Tacken, Carsten Zoth


"Open SOA Health Web Platform for Mobile Medical Apps" by Jörg-Uwe Meyer


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