The rapid evolution of Information Communication Technology (ICT) governments, organizations and businesses are looking for solutions to improve their services and integrate their IT infrastructures. The global financial recession and the reduction in budget of IT projects have led to the need of development of integrated information systems at a lower cost. Today, the emerging phenomenon of cloud computing aims at transforming the traditional way of computing, by providing both software applications and hardware resources as a service. In recent years, advanced technologies such as SOA and Cloud computing have been evolved to address integration problems. The Cloud’s enormous capacity with comparable low cost makes it an ideal platform for SOA deployment. Legal practices are increasingly using cloud storage and software systems as an alternative to internal data storage and IT programmes. The L-SOCCA promotes an open platform on which open standards, ontology are embraced and it has been addressed in the Virtual Law Domain. This paper deals with the combined approach of Cloud and Legal Service Oriented Architecture along with a Case Study and a review.

B Kamala
Sri Sai Ram Engineering College, India

Cloud Computing, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Service Oriented Cloud Computing Architecture, Legal Service Oriented Cloud Computing Architecture (L-SOCCA)
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ICTACT Journal on Data Science and Machine Learning
( Volume: 1 , Issue: 1 )
Date of Publication :
December 2019

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