Integrating Peer-To-Peer Into Web Services

by Han, Weidong

Abstract (Summary)
The Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is emerging as a new standard for building large loosely coupled systems. Web Services, the dominant implementation platform for SOA, use a server-centric approach to manage all components. This limits the deployment of Web Services to static domains, since a service invocation will fail if the server component changes its availability or location.

This research focuses on the possibilities of integrating P2P technology into the Web Services environment as a means of increasing its robustness. A P2P-Web Services architecture is presented that enables service discovery and service invocations in dynamic environments. The corresponding experiments on the reference system and the simulation system present the characteristics and improvements of the hybrid system.

Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Zhang, W. J. (Chris); Vassileva, Julita; Deters, Ralph; Cooke, John

School:University of Saskatchewan

School Location:Canada - Saskatchewan

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:web services p2p peer to


Date of Publication:08/24/2006

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