An architecture for flexible Web service QoS negotiation

@article{Comuzzi2005AnAF,
  title={An architecture for flexible Web service QoS negotiation},
  author={Marco Comuzzi and Barbara Pernici},
  journal={Ninth IEEE International EDOC Enterprise Computing Conference (EDOC'05)},
  year={2005},
  pages={70-79}
}
The Web service selection phase is usually driven only by functional requirements. Non functional requirements, such as quality of service, should be negotiated by the service consumer and the service provider during service invocation in order to produce a contract to manage service provisioning and to monitor the actual fulfilment of negotiated SLAs. In this paper, an automated approach to Web service QoS negotiation is proposed; the negotiation is performed by a negotiation broker to which… CONTINUE READING
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