A peer-to-peer infrastructure for resilient web services
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This paper describes an infrastructure for the deployment and use of Web Services that are resilient to the failure of the nodes that host those services. The infrastructure presents a single interface that provides mechanisms for users to publish services and to find hosted services. The infrastructure supports the autonomic deployment of services and the brokerage of hosts on which services may be deployed. Once deployed, services are autonomically managed in a number of aspects including load balancing, availability, failure detection and recovery, and lifetime management. Services are published and deployed with associated metadata describing the service type. This same metadata may be used subsequently by interested parties to discover services. The infrastructure uses peer-to-peer (P2P) overlay technologies to abstract over the underlying network to deploy and locate instances of those services. It takes advantage of the P2P network to replicate directory services used to locate service instances (for using a service), Service Hosts (for deployment of services) and Autonomic Managers which manage the deployed services. The P2P overlay network is itself constructed using novel Web Services-based middleware and a variation of the Chord P2P protocol, which is self-managing.
Norcross , S J , Dearle , A , Kirby , G N C & Walker , S M 2006 , A peer-to-peer infrastructure for resilient web services . in M Colajanni , N Bartolini & L Cherkasova (eds) , First International Workshop on Advanced Architectures and Algorithms for Internet Delivery and Applications . IEEE Computer Society , Los Alamitos , pp. 65-72 , First International Workshop on Advanced Architectures and Algorithms for Internet Delivery and Applications (AAA-IDEA'05) , Orlando , United States , 15 June . DOI: 10.1109/AAA-IDEA.2005.16conference
First International Workshop on Advanced Architectures and Algorithms for Internet Delivery and Applications
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This work is funded by GR/M78403 “Supporting Internet Computation in Arbitrary Geographical Locations” and GR/R51872 “Reflective Application Framework for Distributed Architectures”, and by Nuffield Grant URB/01597/G “Peer-to-Peer Infrastructure for Autonomic Storage Architectures”
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