An Integration Framework for Trustworthy Transactions
I/O-driven integration applications, such as EAI, B2Bi, home gateways, and heterogeneous devices integration, need a trustworthy integration framework to process a large volume of I/O-driven transactions with high performance and reliability. This paper proposes an integration framework for trustworthy transactions. This framework employs a design pattern, so-called, the Worker-Linker pattern, that is used for performance stability. According to our experimental results, the pattern helps the integration framework to control the heavy load after the saturation point. Moreover, this framework supports a number of mechanisms for trustworthy integration transactions. In this paper, we describe the mechanisms.
KeywordsSoftware Architecture Service Process Integration Framework Business Logic Ubiquitous Environment
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