Nowadays mobile devices have gained a great importance in our society and they are present everywhere. These devices have a huge amount of data about their owners and context data of their surroundings, and many communication channels. Nevertheless with current models mobile devices cannot take advantage of this situation.
For these reasons, new models for mobile applications have appeared recently. People-as-a-Service (PeaaS) allows interactions between mobile devices in their surroundings, using sociological profiles of their owners to create communication between interested devices. Social Devices is a recent model that implements the PeaaS concept, taking advantage the devices are almost always with the user it creates a new kind of interactions between nearby devices with the main target of improve social relations. For this purpose each device is able to provide services to nearby devices and consume them, keeping the user’s data in the device and sharing it only when it is authorized. This concept could be integrated with technologies like Internet-of-Things and Ubiquitous Computing, allowing devices to connect with nearby objects like elevators, traffic lights or your own vehicle.
In particular, there is a new platform that implements both concepts, which is the study object of this work: OrchestratorJS. The platform is still under development and is not too stable yet, furthermore there is no documentation available. The main target of this work is to explore the platform and to create a basic documentation which could be used for anybody interested on the in, acting as a starting point for future works.