Visible to the public Best Practices for Web Applications to Improve Performance of QoS

TitleBest Practices for Web Applications to Improve Performance of QoS
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsDas, M. Swami, Govardhan, A., Lakshmi, D. Vijaya
Conference NameProceedings of the Second International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Competitive Strategies
PublisherACM
Conference LocationNew York, NY, USA
ISBN Number978-1-4503-3962-9
KeywordsAutomated Response Actions, composability, middleware, pubcrawl, QoS, Resiliency, service oriented architecture, SOAP, UDDI, web services, XML
Abstract

Web Service Architecture gives a compatible and scalable structure for web service interactions with performance, responsiveness, reliability and security to make a quality of software design. Systematic quantitative approaches have been discussed for designing and developing software systems that meet performance objectives. Many companies have successfully applied these techniques in different applications to achieve better performance in terms of financial, customer satisfaction, and other benefits. This paper describes the architecture, design, implementation, integration testing, performance and maintenance of new applications. The most successful best practices used in world class organizations are discussed. This will help the application, component, and software system designers to develop web applications and fine tune the existing methods in line with the best practices. In business process automation, many standard practices and technologies have been used to model and execute business processes. The emerging technology is web applications technology which provides a great flexibility for development of interoperable environment services. In this paper we propose a Case study of Automatic Gas Booking system, a business process development strategy and best practices used in development of software components used in web applications. The classification of QWS dataset with 2507 records, service invocations, integration and security for web applications have been discussed.

URLhttp://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2905055.2905339
DOI10.1145/2905055.2905339
Citation Keydas_best_2016