High Performance Approach for Server Side SOAP Processing

High Performance Approach for Server Side SOAP Processing

Lei Li (University of Science & Technology of China and Chinese Academy of Sciences, China), Chunlei Niu (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China), Ningjiang Chen (Guangxi University, China), Jun Wei (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) and Tao Huang (University of Science & Technology of China, China)
Copyright: © 2009 |Pages: 28
DOI: 10.4018/jwsr.2009040104
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Abstract

Based on XML, Web services inherit not only the advantages of XML, but its relatively poor performance, which makes it a poor choice for many high-performance applications. In this paper, we propose a new approach to improve Web services performance. Focusing on avoiding traditional XML parsing and Java reflection at runtime, this paper develops a service-specific SOAP Processor to accelerate execution. Moreover, SOAP Processor embeds several cache implementations and uses a novel adaptive cache mechanism, which can choose an optimized cache implementation dynamically in the runtime. Through our experiments in this paper, we observed that our approach can achieve a huge performance gain by incorporating the SOAP Processor into the SOAP engine.

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