CHOReOS Middleware Specification (D3.1)

Abstract : This deliverable specifies the main concepts of the CHOReOS middleware architecture. Starting from the Future Internet (FI) challenges for scalability, heterogeneity, mobility, awareness, and adaptation that have been investigated in prior work done in WP1, we introduce the aforementioned concepts to deal with the requirements derived from the FI challenges. In particular, we propose an extensible and scalable service discovery approach for the organization and discovery of services that relies on multiple service discovery protocols. Moreover, we introduce an extensible and scalable approach, based on the service bus paradigm, for service access that features the integration and adaptation of multiple interaction protocols. Furthermore, we propose solutions that enable the execution of FI service compositions that range from compositions of choreographed services, developed according to the CHOReOS development process, to massive compositions of things. Finally, we detail the Cloud & Grid middleware facilities that support the overall middleware and the choreographies that are built on it, via a unified API that provides access to multiple cloud infrastructures (e.g., Amazon EC2, HP Open Cirrus, private clouds).
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2011
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Apostolos Zarras, Nikolaos Georgantas, Thiago Teixeira, Sara Hachem, Valérie Issarny, et al.. CHOReOS Middleware Specification (D3.1). 2011. 〈hal-00664253〉

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