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Title: IT service provisioning by passing hints in module interfaces
Authors: Naik, N.N.
Veigas, J.P.
Chandrasekaran, K.
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Proceedings - 2012 International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications, ICACC 2012, 2012, Vol., , pp.170-173
Abstract: Communication is a crucial aspect in the domain of IT service provisioning, where data is being transmitted from the sending entity to the receiving entity by the interaction of applications via an interface. When the data is transferred, large amount of time is consumed for its computation by the service at the receiving side. When two applications interact via an interface the communication can be made effective by enhancing the IT service provisioning system with inclusion of web services by some faster means. In this paper we discuss how IT service provisioning can be handled by making use of hints using web services that can be passed by the modules within the application via interfaces from a client to the service, which can avoid expensive computation by the service. The hint is passed in its request and if correct, a service can avoid the computation and communication overhead leading to better system performance. If the message or hint is incorrect it leads to erroneous computations. Passing hints between the modules within an application should take place in an effective, non-erroneous way by imparting quality and less computation by the service involved between two communicating entities contributing towards the promises of services provided by cloud computing. � 2012 IEEE.
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