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    • OBJECTIVE
      • Provide consumers with a wide range of products from various vendors under a single roof
      • Ensure the sale of products over the web in a fair manner in order to benefit both user and vendor and make profits
      • Eliminates the need of licensing software
      • Pay-as-much-you-use policy implementation
    • PROBLEM STATEMENT To implement the concepts of Cloud Computing by simulating an Auction-cum-Barter based Web-service using the concepts of business process utilities (BPU) outsourcing and Web 2.0
    • SOA MODEL Fig. Architecture of the Cloud Enterprise AUCTION BARTER Vendor 1 Vendor 2 Vendor 3 Auction SLA Barter Auction d/b Vendor 1 d/b Barter d/b Vendor 2 d/b Vendor 3 d/b User User CLOUD Services
    • AUCTION RESULTS
      • Product Search by User and placing of Bid.
      • Auction Service analyses the bids after Time expiry.
      • Highest bidder receives product.
      • Once the deal is made, an agreement is generated that includes terms and conditions of the settlement
    • Auction aNALYSIS
    • bArTer RESULTS
      • Vendor 1 specifies the needed product
      • Discovery model comes up with the vendor list matching the requirements.
      • Selected vendor selects one product from the list and sends to the web service
      • Barter web service compares this list for barter matches.
      • Vendor 2 selects a particular item provided by vendor 1 and notifies the web service.
      • Barter web service sends out a SLA to both vendors along with the difference in value of credits.
    • bArter aNALYSIS
    • CONCLUSION
      • Auction-cum-Barter Web service was deployed on the SOA-simulated CLOUD setup.
      • Vendors availed outsourced Auction-Barter services from the Cloud.
      • Web Service executed vendor and user requirements in the SOA model using Web 2.0
      • Web service serves as a wrapper for various vendors and gives the consumer a unified view of entire process.