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Web Services Platform Architecture: SOAP, WSDL, WS-Policy, WS-Addressing, WS-BPEL, WS-Reliable Messaging, and More
"Other books claim to present the complete Web services platform architecture, but this is the first one I've seen that really does. The authors have been intimately involved in the creation of the
The WS-Resource Framework
The WS-Resource framework is introduced, a set of proposed Web services specifications that define a rendering of the WS- resource approach in terms of specific message exchanges and related XML definitions, and is provided for review and evaluation only.
Modeling Stateful Resources with Web Services
This paper introduces the WSModeling Stateful Resources with Web Services 3 Resource approach to declaring and implementing the association between a Web service and one or more named typed state components and describes a WS-Resource in terms of a stateful resource and its associated Web service.
Web Services Addressing (WS- Addressing)
This specification enables messaging systems to support message transmission through networks that include processing nodes such as endpoint managers, firewalls, and gateways in a transport-neutral manner.
From Open Grid Services Infrastructure to WS-Resource Framework: Refactoring and Evolution
This document explains the relationship between OGSI and the WS-Resource Framework and the related WS-Notification family of specifications, explain the common requirements that both address and compare and contrast the approaches taken to the realization of those requirements.
Economic models for allocating resources in computer systems
A macroscopic view of distributed computer systems reveals the complexity of the resources and services they provide and the satisfaction of users and the performance of applications is determined by the simultaneous allocation of multiple resources.
Service-oriented architecture: Programming model and product architecture
This paper concisely defines the IBM SOA programming model and the product architecture that supports it and provides the motivation for the programming-model and design decisions.
Toward a Programming Model for Service-Oriented Computing
This paper examines the main requirements for a SOA programming model and identifies its most relevant characteristics, including portable component model and well-defined patterns for components types.
Microeconomic algorithms for load balancing in distributed computer systems
A novel approach to allocating and sharing communication and computational resources in a distributed system is described, which uses algorithms that are competitive rather than cooperative and which achieves substantial performance benefits.
Open frameworks for information cities
Helping mimic full-scale urban environments, this middleware promises to help build a vast ecosystem of e-commerce, collaboration, and social computing, along with access to real-world municipal