?Improve quality of SOA software?
DURING THE two days computer science festival ?Incord-2006? at Harcourt Butler Technological Institute (HBTI), over half-a-dozen students deliberated upon the new areas of service oriented architecture (SOA) here on Sunday.india Updated: Feb 20, 2006 01:15 IST
DURING THE two days computer science festival ‘Incord-2006’ at Harcourt Butler Technological Institute (HBTI), over half-a-dozen students deliberated upon the new areas of service oriented architecture (SOA) here on Sunday.
Presenting a paper jointly on “SOA - Its impact on business strategies”, Tanuj Goel, Rahul Agarwal and Mohit Goyal of SIET Saharanpur said that the users of SOA software were facing complex problems like distributed software, application integration, varying platforms and protocols and various devices. As such there was need to develop a software, which could provide solutions to these problems. They said, “More and more people and the organisations required quality services over the Internet and as engineers it was our duty to meet their demands by developing a new map of the SOA.”
Ankita Tyagi and Divyang Gupta of ABES Engineering College observed that SOA was not a new concept but was an alternative model to the more traditionally tightly coupled object oriented model that have emerged during the past decades. But at present, the key technologies in distributed systems needed significant investment in standardisation of the size and type. Davika Garg of MPEC stressed upon the need to improve the quality of SOA software, which included interoperability, reliability, security, extensibility audibility and many such other attributes.
Romy Misra, Vinita Kasliwal and Kratika Gupta of HBTI dwelt upon the extreme application of SOA in mobiles. They said that the image of SOA in mobiles could revolutionise mobile services to remove the limitations of dependence of mobile connectivity.
The mobiles would be then become a full participant in the service network and also a provider of service.
They further said the blending of SOA and mobile application could lead to the design of disconnected mobile application with the help of autonomous applications and agents (AAA) using disconnected business logic.Vikas Kumar and Manish Singh also of HBTI discussed the problem of entity aggregation and the role of Microsoft technology in building solution systems.
They have also presented some of the basic designs of the systems. On the other hand, Saurabh Singh and Ankita Gupta (HBTI) discussed the benefits of SOA. Besides, Professor at the HBTI Dr Vinay Pathak discussed the measures adopted by him and his team members in exploring new ways to protect the old sculptures belonging to different period, which were threatened by the aging and the vagaries of the weather. He said he was trying to date these sculptures through radio carbon dating technolog.
Dr Narendra Kohli discussed the efforts being made to exploit fully the advantages of digital signature. He also highlighted the dangers and advantages of the new system. Raghuraj Singh discussed the genetic algorithm-based methodology for software reliability allocation.