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Large-scale integrated infrastructure for asynchronous microservices architecture

Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia. Kampus UI Depok, Depok, Jawa Barat 16424, Indonesia

Received: 28 May 2021; Revised: 8 Feb 2022; Accepted: 1 Mar 2022; Published: 30 Apr 2022.
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Integrated large-scale business activities increasingly rely on the use of remote resources and services across multi-platform applications. Microservice in previous research has become a solution, but this approach still leaves a data loss problem. This research methodology proposed an architecture of data transmission managed by messaging service to prevent data loss in handling many requests to deliver a multiplatform architecture, handling the plugin services, and enabling escalation based on the requirement. As a result, this research successfully implements large-scale multiplatform Single Sign-On (SSO) infrastructure for asynchronous microservices architecture. The system test results show that the developed system can handle up to 2000 requests with 20 concurrent requests.
Keywords: SSO; CAS; OAuth; rabbitMQ; microservices
Funding: University of Indonesia

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