OPES Architecture for Rule Processing and Service Execution
draft-yang-opes-rule-processing-service-execution-00

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Authors Lily Yang  , Markus Hofmann 
Last updated 2001-02-27
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Abstract

This document describes specific architectural components of the Open Pluggable Edge Service (OPES) framework [1]. It defines the functionality of the OPES Administration Server and the OPES Service Engine and discusses the interaction with other OPES components. In particular, the document defines the operational flow for downloading rules and proxylets and the content flow for handling web requests and responses. A list of protocols and interfaces to be specified within the OPES framework is derived from the discussion.

Authors

Lily Yang (lily.l.yang@intel.com)
Markus Hofmann (hofmann@bell-labs.com)

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