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Cooperative middleware specialization for service oriented architectures

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Cooperative middleware specialization for service oriented architectures
Service-oriented architectures (SOA) will provide the basis of the next generation of distributed software systems, and have already gained enormous traction in the industry through an XML?based instantiation, Web services. A central aspect of SOAs is the looser coupling between applications (services) that is achieved when services publish their functional and non-functional behavioral characteristics in a standardized, machine readable format. In this paper we argue that in the basic SOA model access to metadata is too static and results in inflexible interactions between requesters and providers. We propose specific extensions to the SOA model to allow service providers and requestors to dynamically expose and negotiate their public behavior, resulting in the ability to specialize and optimize the middleware supporting an interaction. We introduce a middleware architecture supporting this extended SOA functionality, and describe a conformant implementation based on standard Web ser...
Nirmal Mukhi, Ravi B. Konuru, Francisco Curbera
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where WWW
Authors Nirmal Mukhi, Ravi B. Konuru, Francisco Curbera
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