We leverage previous research in active, overlay, and peer-to-peer networking technologies, along with recent advances in XML and Web Services, to create the paradigm of service-oriented networking (SON). SON is an emerging architecture that enables network devices to operate at the application layer to provide functions such as service-based routing, content transformation, and protocol integration to consumers and providers. By adding application-awareness into the network fabric, SON can act as a next-generation federated enterprise service bus that provides vast gains in overall performance and efficiency, and enables the integration of heterogeneous environments.17 Figure 2.5 Example of Adaptive Admission Control: SEDA Response Time Controller.. 19 Figure 3.1 Example Topology of Multiple ESB Deployments - Hub aamp; Spokes ........... 26 Figure 3.2 Example Topology of Multiple ESB Deploymentsanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Autonomic Service Delivery Platform for Service-oriented Network Environments|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|