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Autonomous Decentralized Service Oriented Architecture Concept and Application for Mission Critical Information Systems
Carlos PEREZ-LEGUIZAMO P. Josue HERNANDEZ-TORRES J.S. Guadalupe GODINEZ-BORJA Victor TAPIA-TEC
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 2016/04/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1345
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Autonomous Decentralized Systems Technologies and Applications for Next-Generation Social Infrastructure)
Autonomous Decentralized Systems, Service Oriented Architecture, high reliability, fault-tolerance, timeliness, data consistency,
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Recently, the Services Oriented Architectures (SOA) have been recognized as the key to the integration and interoperability of different applications and systems that coexist in an organization. However, even though the use of SOA has increased, some applications are unable to use it. That is the case of mission critical information applications, whose requirements such as high reliability, non-stop operation, high flexibility and high performance are not satisfied by conventional SOA infrastructures. In this article we present a novel approach of combining SOA with Autonomous Decentralized Systems (ADS) in order to provide an infrastructure that can satisfy those requirements. We have named this infrastructure Autonomous Decentralized Service Oriented Architecture (ADSOA). We present the concept and architecture of ADSOA, as well as the Loosely Couple Delivery Transaction and Synchronization Technology for assuring the data consistency and high reliability of the application. Moreover, a real implementation and evaluation of the proposal in a mission critical information system, the Uniqueness Verifying Public Key Infrastructure (UV-PKI), is shown in order to prove its effectiveness.