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Benchmarking a Semantic Web Service Architecture for Fault-tolerant B2B Integration

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Benchmarking a Semantic Web Service Architecture for Fault-tolerant B2B Integration
With the development and maturity of ServiceOriented Architectures (SOA) to support business-tobusiness transactions, organizations are implementing Web services to expose their public functionalities associated with internal systems and business processes. In many business processes, Web services need to provide is a high level of availability, since the globalization of the Internet enables business partners to easily switch to other competitors when services are not available. Along with the development of SOA, considerable technological advances are being made to use the semantic Web to achieve the automated processing and integration of data and applications. This paper describes the implementation and benchmarking of an architecture that semantically integrates Web services with a peer-to-peer infrastructure to increase service availability through fault-tolerance.
Jorge Cardoso
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ICDCSW
Authors Jorge Cardoso
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