I. Made Putera Pratistha

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The Web service paradigm promotes the delivery of software as a service via the Web, instead of a product to end-users. The increase in assigned responsibilities for supporting organizational operations drives the needs for higher operational efficiencies (i.e. performance and reliability) and flexibilities (i.e. customizations). This paper makes two(More)
Web services introduce new capabilities in the distributed application development model. This model is built on widely used internet standards, thereby presenting interoperability among different platforms. However, there are still several restrictions within the current standards, for instance, lack of the capability to react swiftly given(More)
The distributed environment has often been described as unpredictable and variable, thus exposing hosted applications to potential reliability and performance related problems. The Web service architecture lacks support for applications to handle potential problems (including system overloading, insufficient performance, and security threats). This paper(More)
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