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An Empirical Evaluation of Communication and Processing Overhead in Service Oriented Architectures

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An Empirical Evaluation of Communication and Processing Overhead in Service Oriented Architectures
Most modern applications are networked and make heavy use of various communication protocols such as TCP/IP and SOAP over HTTP in case of Web Services. This paper presents the results of an experimental evaluation of the communication and inherent processing overhead of these two protocols in the context of client/server applications. Experiments were carried out to determine the impact of the size of reply message as well as the complexity of the SOAP reply message in terms of number of elements. Analysis of variance was used to determine the statistical significance of the differences obtained.
Daniel A. Menascé
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CMG
Authors Daniel A. Menascé
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