Ahmed El Fatatry
Alexandria University
Software deploymentWS-PolicyMicroservicesWeb serviceComputer science
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#1Mohamed El Kholy (Pharos University in Alexandria)
#2Ahmed El Fatatry (Alexandria University)H-Index: 1
Migrating from monolithic applications to Microservices architecture brings about a number of challenges. Splitting and sharing databases among Microservices is a case in point. In this article, we present a framework for managing the splitting of databases among Micorservices. The proposed solution maintains data consistency and independent deployment of Microservices while enhancing the solution to latency problems. The evaluation results show enhancement in performance as a result of using th...
#1Mohamed El Kholy (Alexandria University)H-Index: 2
#2Ahmed El Fatatry (Alexandria University)H-Index: 1
The deployment of Web services in a highly dynamic environment brings about a number of research challenges. In dynamic Web services composition, failures and changes to atomic services cannot be detected before invocation. Hence, the failure or even the change in an atomic service may lead to the overall failure of the composite service. In addition, SOAP error code is not sufficient for the client to analyze the failure reason and handle it. In this work, we introduce a framework to deal with ...
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