A JXTA-based peer architecture for enhanced service discovery in SOA-based P2P applications
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|A JXTA-based peer architecture for enhanced service discovery in SOA-based P2P applications
|Year of Publication
|Bocciarelli, P., Andrea D'Ambrogio, and M. Angelaccio
|Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
|Client server, Composition time, Execution time, Gaining momentum, Information services, Model-driven, P2P applications, Quality levels, Quality of service, Service discovery, Service oriented architecture (SOA), Service provider, Software applications
|The adoption of a P2P paradigm for implementing software applications based on service oriented architectures (SOA) is gaining momentum as a valid alternative to the classic client-server paradigm. In this context, service providers are strategically interested to describe and manage the quality of service (QoS) characteristics of offered services. The ability to carry out QoS-oriented service discovery activities is an essential issue for effectively managing the QoS of SOA-based P2P applications and as consequence to guarantee an good quality level among collaborating services. To this purpose, this paper introduces a JXTA-based peer architecture for enhanced service discovery in SOA-based P2P applications. The proposed approach builds upon a model-driven framework for predicting, at composition time, and managing, at execution time, the QoS of SOA-based P2P applications. © 2011 Springer-Verlag.