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WSPeer - An Interface to Web Service Hosting and Invocation

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WSPeer - An Interface to Web Service Hosting and Invocation
— This paper introduces WSPeer, a high level interface to hosting and invoking Web services. WSPeer aims to support the diversification of Web service deployments by providing a pluggable architecture that can be used to host Web services in a number of different ways. In particular, we are interested in the cross-fertilisation between Web services and Peer-to-Peer (P2P) systems by enabling entities to act as both service providers and consumers in a flexible and extensible way. Further, we support the behaviour needed within a P2P environment by allowing Web services to be dynamically deployed through the use of a lightweight container that is more suited to highly transient connectivity. This approach allows standard Web services to be deployed within a P2P environment and yet still adhere to a Service Oriented Architecture. We argue therefore that both Web services and P2P are exponents of Service Oriented Architecture, approaching the same goals from very different directions, ...
Andrew Harrison, Ian J. Taylor
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Year 2005
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Authors Andrew Harrison, Ian J. Taylor
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