Latency Performance of SOAP Implementations

Latency Performance of SOAP Implementations,10.1109/CCGRID.2002.1017169,Dan Davis,Manish Parashar

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This paper presents an experimental evalua- tion of the latency performance of several implementations of Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) operating over HTTP, and compares these results with the performance of JavaRMI, CORBA, HTTP, and with the TCP setup time. SOAP is an XML based protocol that supports RPC and message semantics. While SOAP has been designed as an interoperable business-to-business protocol usable over the Internet, we believe that applications will also use SOAP for interactive web applications running within an intranet. The objective of this paper is to identify the sources of ine- ciency in the current implementations of SOAP and discuss changes that can improve their performance. SOAP im- plementations studied include Microsoft SOAP Toolkit, the SOAP::Lite Perl module, and Apache SOAP. Keywords—Performance study, SOAP, JavaRMI, CORBA, Network programming
Conference: Cluster Computing and the Grid - CCGRID , pp. 407-412, 2002
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