Lucas Junqueira Adami

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—Performing functionality testing in service-oriented architectures is not a trivial task. The difficulty is especially the large number of components that may be present in a SOA such as brokers, providers, service registries, clients, monitoring tools, data storage tools, etc. Thus, in order to facilitate the process of conducting functional testing and(More)
—On the last years, the complexity and variety of available services on the Internet increased. This fact is leading to the search for efficient techniques of routing client requests to the best server available. A known technique is the application layer anycast (ALA). The main goal of this work is to elaborate efficient ways to provide ALA with quality of(More)
—Fault tolerance techniques can improve the trust of users in service oriented architectures as they can ensure data availability. This paper presents an implementation of a novel fault tolerance mechanism in a SOA architecture which simultaneously provides increased availability and better quality of service. In addition to this mechanism, a service(More)
—Anycast is an effective technique to select system servers among many and by spreading client requests achieve high performance and scalability. In our previous work, we presented the Global Application Layer Anycast (GALA) system. By combining real time network distances measures and geolocation, it performed better than its inherited algorithm, GAA. In(More)
—This paper analyzes the execution behavior of web services on devices with limited resources. The experiments compare web services in the Axis2 and CXF frameworks analyzing performance and power consumption. To determine which framework is better suited for service provision, a testing environment and a performance and energy evaluation between them are(More)
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