transport frameworks, distributed brokering, network monitoring, adaptive systems, messaging middleware
Increasingly, services need to interact with a wide spectrum of devices with varying networking capabilities. Services hosted on a messaging infrastructure need to optimally utilize and exploit the conditions that exist within the local networks. The messaging infrastructure must manage the communication between external resources, services and clients to achieve the highest possible system performance and reliability. In this paper we suggest that a transport framework needs to be incorporated into the messaging infrastructure hosting the services. We base our investigations in the context of the NaradaBrokering system.
Pallickara, Shrideep; Fox, Geoffrey C.; Yin, John; Gunduz, Gurham; Liu, Hongbin; Uyar, Ahmet; and Varank, Mustafa, "A Transport Framework for Distributed Brokering Systems" (2003). Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 79.