Title: AGENT-BASED MOM INTEROPERABILITY FRAMEWORK FOR INTEGRATION AND COMMUNICATION OF DIFFERENT SOA APPLICATIONS

Issue Number: Vol. 1, No. 2
Year of Publication: Aug - 2011
Page Numbers: 412-427
Authors: Najhan M.Ibrahim, Mohd Fadzil Hassan, Zain Balfagih
Journal Name: International Journal of New Computer Architectures and their Applications (IJNCAA)
- Hong Kong

Abstract:


A lot of research works in different areas have been done on Interoperability frameworks. Each area of research has its own specification and requirements to manage a complex processing request. Interoperability framework is significantly important for utilizing heterogeneous communications and integrations in SOA systems. Various middleware technologies are often used as the communication and integration infrastructure for distributed system to ensure the interoperability. Nevertheless, different types of middleware have raise interoperability issues as well. One of the well known middleware architectures used for heterogeneous systems is Message Oriented Middleware (MOM). MOM is known as common attach technology for heterogeneous, distributed and loosely coupled software system. In this paper we explore and analyze studies related to cross-platform in communication and integration. In the end, we have proposed agent-based MOM interoperability framework and Ontology mapping conceptual model which is the key model to do message mapping for different applications in SOA system.