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A Multi-Layer Architecture for Intrusion Tolerant Web Services

P. C. Shende

Abstract


Web services as basic building blocks for next generation distributed systems, play a crucial role in these days enterprise application architectures. The flexibleness and openness of the net services computing model will expose company information and business processes to security risks. To support vital applications, the present net service models got to be extended to assure survivability. During this paper we have a tendency to gift a multi-layer design for intrusion tolerant net services. The precise goal of the design is to use single version code fault tolerance ideas just in case of malicious failures. We are going to additionally gift a colored Petri internet model that is employed for the formal analysis of the planned design.

Keywords: Web services, intrusion tolerant, multi-layer design

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Shende PC. A Multi-layer Architecture for Intrusion Tolerant Web Services. Journal of Advancements in Robotics. 2015; 2(2): 33–39p.


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