Scalable Services Orchestration with Continuation-Passing Messaging

@article{Yu2009ScalableSO,
  title={Scalable Services Orchestration with Continuation-Passing Messaging},
  author={Weihai Yu},
  journal={2009 First International Conference on Intensive Applications and Services},
  year={2009},
  pages={59-64}
}
Services orchestration is typically supported with the traditional centralized workflow technology. The central engine becomes an intensive resource when the number of services to be orchestrated becomes large. Existing decentralized approaches, being primarily based on static process partitioning, exhibit some other shortcomings such as in resource utilization and fault handling. We present an approach to decentralized services orchestration that does not have these shortcomings and scales… CONTINUE READING

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