Semantic Web Services: An Empirical Methodology to Security
Nagendra Kumar Singh1, Sandeep Kumar Nayak2

1Sandeep Kumar Nayak*, Computer Applications, Integral University, Lucknow, India.
2Nagendra Kumar Singh, Computer Applications, Integral University, Lucknow, India.
Manuscript received on July 20, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on August 10, 2019. | Manuscript published on August 30, 2019. | PP: 3100-3104 | Volume-8 Issue-6, August 2019. | Retrieval Number: F9033088619/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F9033.088619
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Abstract: In today’s modern era, the Semantic Web is progressing at a tremendous speed. The Semantic Web services have opened new possibilities through which any one can avail various services. But if these technologies are not properly protected, then their use can put users in danger. Many people have to face difficulty in assessing the security hazards allied with Semantic Web services. Many Web services such as e-commerce stores various types of data on their database servers. These database servers are distributed across the globe. The e-commerce may use the unalike assortments of database for storing different information. Web services such as e-commerce have to handle assorted types of data. Unalike Web services like e-commerce have to handle assorted types of data. A single database program will not be suitable for storing and processing mixed types of data as it will increase the processing overhead and ultimately reduce the performance of the web service. So there is need arises to define an apposite subclass of databases for each document type. This paper insinuates a set of databases for each type of documents stored on an e-commerce platform. An exertion has been made to define a proper set of database programs for a web service such as e-commerce that adequately manages the requirements of a particular type of data. The tryouts have been steered for an e-commerce Web service for weighing the efficacy of the proposed approach. The results shows that if well structured database has been used for a Web service such as e-commerce then response can be very quick and chances of packet loss will also be very low. If network attacks such as DoS and man-in-the-middle attack exist within the request, the performance of the Web service severely affected. A network attack may lead to the more chances of packet loss. The paper also delineates the impact of network attacks on web service performance.
Keywords: Semantic Web, Security, Polyglot Persistence, NoSQL, E-Commerce