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Atomic Patterns. Use Cases. Secure Email Distribution. Enhancing security of message passage by sending chunks via different routes. Jigsaw a message in many small elements and send every piece via a random path at different times. Write and email and store it locally

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Atomic patterns

Atomic Patterns

  • UseCases

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Atomic patterns

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Secure email distribution

Secure Email Distribution

  • Enhancingsecurityofmessagepassagebysendingchunks via different routes

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Jigsaw a message in many small elements and send every piece via a random path at different times

Jigsaw a message in many small elements and send every piece via a random path at different times

Write and email and store it locally

A service will pick up the message

Message delivered on receiver

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Pattern based message flow

Pattern Based Message Flow

  •  Tear the message apart

  •  Send each clip separately

  •  Re-join the clips to the full message

  • The application is designed to transfer a message in several small pieces to a peer destination.

  • This can be used to transfer large messages in parallel, enhance security or to enhance reliability through redundant sending of parts.

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


How it works

How it works

  • Message imported to local store

  • Message is treated by a service

  • Chunks are stored in queues

  • Chunks replicated to remote queues

  • Message is reassembled

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Use cases

UseCases

  • Enhancetransfersecurity

    • Onlysmallclipscanbeinterceptedandabducted

  • Enhancereliability

    • Send clipsredundantly

  • Channel bundling

    • Acceleratetransferbyusing parallel channels

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Pattern based message flow1

Pattern Based Message Flow

InterfacePipe

Splitter

Store & Forward (Pipe)

Collector

Interface Pipe

Q1

Q‘1

Q2

Q’2

Q3

Q’3

  • Split, Store&Forward andCollect

  • This example is used to split a message and send it over in parallel chunks to a receiver.

  • The sender side chunks the message and puts them in queues; then a store&forward mechanism replicates the queue; the receiver takes the messages from the queue and reassembles them.

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Atomic patterns

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Atomic patterns

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Noise reduction

Noise Reduction

  • Mass message transfer is always accompanied by noice – unwanted and redundant extra information

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Collect all messages in a message queue and consolidate the duplicates

Collect all messages in a message queue and consolidate the duplicates

One queue is used to receive any message, another queue holds the cleansed messages only

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Pattern based message flow2

Pattern Based Message Flow

  •  Tear the message apart

  •  Send each clip separately

  •  Re-join the clips to the full message

  • The application is designed to transfer a message in several small pieces to a peer destination.

  • This can be used to transfer large messages in parallel, enhance security or to enhance reliability through redundant sending of parts.

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


How it works1

How it works

  • Message imported to local store

  • Message is treated by a service

  • Chunks are stored in queues

  • Chunks replicated to remote queues

  • Message is reassembled

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Use cases1

UseCases

  • Enhancetransfersecurity

    • Onlysmallclipscanbeinterceptedandabducted

  • Enhancereliability

    • Send clipsredundantly

  • Channel bundling

    • Acceleratetransferbyusing parallel channels

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Pattern based message flow3

Pattern Based Message Flow

InterfacePipe

Splitter

Store & Forward (Pipe)

Collector

Interface Pipe

Q1

Q‘1

Q2

Q’2

Q3

Q’3

  • Split, Store&Forward andCollect

  • This example is used to split a message and send it over in parallel chunks to a receiver.

  • The sender side chunks the message and puts them in queues; then a store&forward mechanism replicates the queue; the receiver takes the messages from the queue and reassembles them.

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Atomic patterns

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


Atomic patterns

Axel Angeli - (c) 2009 logosworld.com - Building the SOA City


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