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An Architecture for a Next-Generation Internet Based on Web Services and Utility Computing

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3 Author(s)
John Darlington ; Imperial College London, UK ; Jeremy Cohen ; William Lee

We present an architecture for a next-generation Internet based on Web services and utility computing. This architecture would be realised as a series of open but interacting markets. We present a scenario whereby these markets could develop, driven by economic forces and market opportunities, exploiting technologies developed in e-Science and grid computing. We argue that, if properly realised such an architecture would provide a safer and more cost-effective way of supporting the Internet than the current infrastructure and would provide many opportunities for radical developments, affecting and unifying many areas of academia, business and society

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15th IEEE International Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises (WETICE'06)

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26-28 June 2006