Dynamic High Availability Architecture Framework for SOA Computing


  • S Kumaresan
  • Sumithra Devi.K.A








In Software technology stackCloud services provides easy coupling implementation to enhance encapsulation data between multiple platform data exchanges. My finding towards  introducing High Availability Architecture for cloud environment which covers Load Balancing, Failover, High Availability Resources. To achieve thisfeatures it’s identified framework architecture which is called as Dynamic High Availability Architecture Framework for SOA Computing which increase cloud services standard inhigh witheasy adaptable security. Even though cloud service supports loose coupling and isolation business logics. At current cloud service provide wants to launch new web service request on fly same service will notnotified into client in real-time scenario.  To overcome this complicated situation we have introduced (GHAFC) Generic Architecture Framework in Cloud Computing. Which will support data exchanges between producer and consumer onthe fly with real time scenario.


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Kumaresan, S., & Devi.K.A, S. (2018). Dynamic High Availability Architecture Framework for SOA Computing. International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 7(3.12), 740–743. https://doi.org/10.14419/ijet.v7i3.12.16492
Received 2018-07-29
Accepted 2018-07-29
Published 2018-07-20