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Robert Alison

Department of computer science, Angola


  • Editorial   
    XMPP supports the discovery and invocation of asynchronous web services in bioinformatics via cloud computing
    Author(s): Robert Alison*

    The provision and analysis of data in the life sciences are heavily reliant on the internet. However, in order to be effective, machine-friendly interfaces are necessary due to the expanding amount of data and analysis tools available. In bioinformatics, the most prevalent HTTP-based Web service technologies are Representational State Transfer (REST) services and Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). However, these methods have significant drawbacks, such as the inability of services to send status notifications and the lack of discoverability. Although a number of complementary workarounds have been proposed, the resulting ad hoc solutions can be cumbersome and of varying quality With its extensions, XMPP is a powerful protocol for cloud services that has a number of advantages over traditional HTTP-based Web services. These advantages include the following: services are discoverable.. View More»
    DOI: 10.14303/2315-5663.2022.86

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