KRAJÍČEK, Ondřej. GSIP -- Invocation Architecture for Scalable High-Performance Web Services. 1st ed. 2005. 67 pp.
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Original name GSIP -- Invocation Architecture for Scalable High-Performance Web Services
Name (in English) GSIP -- Invocation Architecture for Scalable High-Performance Web Services
Authors KRAJÍČEK, Ondřej.
Edition 1. vyd. 67 pp. 2005.
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Type of outcome Book on a specialized topic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Organization unit Institute of Computer Science
Keywords in English Web Services; Service Oriented Architecture; SOAP; Messaging; Middleware; Performance Drawbacks
Tags Messaging, Middleware, Performance Drawbacks, Service Oriented Architecture, SOAP, Web Services
Changed by Changed by: RNDr. Ondřej Krajíček, učo 39489. Changed: 26. 2. 2005 16:00.
Abstract
This master thesis describes the nature, design and proof-of-concept imple- mentation prototypes of GSIP, which is a protocol and architecture for Web Services invocation. The work is divided into four parts: the first part de- scribes the Service Oriented Architecture approach to creating applications and the Web Services architecture itself. It also shows some potential and real drawbacks of Web Services Technology. The second part describes the GSIP architecture and how it addresses drawbacks shown in the first part. The third part describes the implementation of GSIP stack, particularly the two existing prototypes (Gondor and Angmar). The fourth part consists of appendices.
Abstract (in English)
This master thesis describes the nature, design and proof-of-concept imple- mentation prototypes of GSIP, which is a protocol and architecture for Web Services invocation. The work is divided into four parts: the first part de- scribes the Service Oriented Architecture approach to creating applications and the Web Services architecture itself. It also shows some potential and real drawbacks of Web Services Technology. The second part describes the GSIP architecture and how it addresses drawbacks shown in the first part. The third part describes the implementation of GSIP stack, particularly the two existing prototypes (Gondor and Angmar). The fourth part consists of appendices.
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