Social web services management
Source of Publication
Handbook of Research on Demand-Driven Web Services: Theory, Technologies, and Applications
As part of our ongoing work on social-intensive Web services, also referred to as social Web services, different types of networks that connect them together are developed. These networks include collaboration, substitution, and competition, and permit the addressing of specific issues related to Web service use such as composition, discovery, and high-availability. "Social" is embraced because of the similarities of situations that Web services run into at run time with situations that people experience daily. Indeed, Web services compete, collaborate, and substitute. This is typical to what people do. This chapter sheds light on some criteria that support Web service selection of a certain network to sign up over another. These criteria are driven by the security means that each network deploys to ensure the safety and privacy of its members from potential attacks. When a Web service signs up in a network, it becomes exposed to both the authority of the network and the existing members in the network as well. These two can check and alter the Web service's credentials, which may jeopardize its reputation and correctness levels.
Communication | Computer Sciences
Websites, Exposed to, High availability, Potential attack, Runtimes, Social Web services, Web service selection, Web services
Maamar, Zakaria; Faci, Noura; Kajan, Ejub; and Ugljanin, Emir, "Social web services management" (2014). All Works. 3141.
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