A Fault Detection Mechanism for Service-Oriented Architecture Based on Queueing Theory

@article{Chen2007AFD,
  title={A Fault Detection Mechanism for Service-Oriented Architecture Based on Queueing Theory},
  author={Hao-Peng Chen and Cheng Zhang},
  journal={7th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (CIT 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={1071-1076}
}
SOA is an ideal solution to application building, since it reuses the existing services as many as possible. The fault tolerance is one important capability to ensure the SOA- based applications are high reliable and available. However, fault tolerance is such a complex issue for most SOA providers that they hardly provide this capability in their products. This paper provides a queuing-theory-based algorithm to fault detection, which can be used to detect the services whose performance becomes… CONTINUE READING
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