PROJECT TITLE :

A Performance Model for the Web Service Protocol Stacks

ABSTRACT:

Internet services are built on XML. They use XML for describing the service interface, they use XML for message exchange and also the WS-* protocols that offer addressing, security and reliable messaging conjointly use XML. This burdens the Communication with a massive response time overhead compared to binary distributed Communications like CORBA or RMI. Thus, it is necessary to know how to design the interface of a internet service so we have a tendency to will minimize the Communication overhead. In this paper we have a tendency to propose a performance model with which the response time overhead of.Net services with arbitrary interfaces can be predicted if the coefficients of the model are calculated from some straightforward measurements for the given set of test cases. The paper shows the measurement results for 2.Net service frameworks and conjointly offers an in depth description of the performance model.


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