Provided by: International forum of researchers Students and Academician
Date Added: May 2012
The service-oriented architecture has come a long way in solving the problem of reusability of existing software resources. Grid applications today are composed of a large number of loosely coupled services. While this has opened up new avenues for building large, complex applications, it has made the management of the application components a non-trivial task. Management is further complicated when services exist on different platforms, are written in different languages, present in varying administrative domains restricted by firewalls and are susceptible to failure. Developing an SOA that guarantees service performance, scalable throughput, high availability, and reliability is both a critical imperative and a huge challenge for today's large enterprises.