Reliable Security Strategy for Message-Oriented Middleware

Reliable Security Strategy for Message-Oriented Middleware

Guangxuan Chen (Zhejiang Police College, Institute of Software Application Technology, CAS, Guangzhou, China), Liping Ding (Digital Forensics Lab, Institute of Software Application Technology, CAS, Guangzhou, China), Guangxiao Chen (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain) and Panke Qin (Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo, China)
Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/IJDCF.2018010102

Abstract

This article explores a method to solve the security problems such as limited single-server processing power and single point of failure, and so on, a newly designed and developed Message-Oriented Middleware that supports clustering features. By improving the traditional reverse proxy cluster system, Message-Oriented Middleware has been made more applicable to message transmission services. A method of dynamic load balancing and load transfer was based on a variety of factors that was also designed according to the characteristics of a message service system. The method can solve problems like system instability and performance bottle-neck in Message-Oriented Middleware effectively and can increase the throughput of the system obviously.
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2. Integral Structure Of High Reliability Mom Strategy

In order to guarantee the high reliability of the message transmission, we designed the message cluster system with four-layer structure (Figure 1). The four layers are client agent, load balancer, server and raid. The functions of the four components are as follows:

Figure 1.

Structure of high reliability Message-Oriented middleware cluster

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