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Tag Archives: SOA
Tom Glover is stirring the pot again with two provocative and timely posts about profiles in the web services world. In the first post entitled “Next steps for WS-I : Interoperable Reliable Asynchronous Messaging” he asks whether it isn’t time … Continue reading
Via Kelvin Lawrence, OASIS has just posted the press release for the web services standard WS-Security 1.1. The standards (in their pre-approved form) are here.
I’m in San Francisco, having arrived about three hours ago for the OSBC conference. On the plane out here from New York I pretty much finished Part 2 in my series on “Open Standards vs. Open Source.” It’s been several … Continue reading
See Kelvin’s blog entry “Web Services Security 1.1 is now an OASIS Standard”.
The November/December 2004 edition of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal is now online and contains several articles about SOA and Web services. Accelerated JSF development for XML-based SOA using Rational Application Developer and WebSphere Application Server — Part 1: … Continue reading
See this entry in the Dilbert Blog. Save the date: February 6, 2006.
Today IBM is announcing a major initiative out of our healthcare and education practices that focuses on using open standards to drive growth, interoperability, and innovation. I’m going to spend a lot of time over the next days and weeks … Continue reading
With the increasing use of open standards and open source, often brought about because of the transition to service oriented architecture (SOA), it’s important to stop and think strategically about your IT systems from the “open” perspective. To me, this … Continue reading
See the article “Quality of service standards coming for Web services” for an article quoting IBM’s Kelvin Lawrence and Chris Ferris.
Last week IBM and Ford made an important announcement about the release of the Reliable Asynchronous Messaging Profile. Chris Ferris has all the details in his blog entry and linked article. Here’s a bit from the top of the article: … Continue reading
I just popped over to the developerWorks blogs page and was mildly surprised to see that we are now up to 34 blogs on a very broad range of topics. One of our most active bloggers is Bobby Woolf who … Continue reading
Some of you may remember that one of the original topics of this blog was the ESB. Now it seems like companies are fighting over who came up with the idea: see ‘Tibco Rejects Sonic “ESB Inventor” Claims’. This is … Continue reading
IBM’s Kelvin Lawrence reports in his blog that the WS-Security 1.1 specs are available for public review.
Windows Patching: Cheaper than Open Source? IBM Plots SOA Integration Course IBM rolls out SOA initiative Microsoft Gets ‘C’ for Effort at EclipseCon Eclipse: Behind the Name Eclipse Casts Shadow on Sun IBM’s Mattos: The Metadata Story Has Congealed
IBM alphaWorks, that candy store of cool new things for you to play with, has added a new technology called Web Services Response Templates. Here is how we describe it: Web Services Response Templates (WSRT) allows clients to program toward … Continue reading
Today is the 5th anniversary of the day when IBM first released the SOAP4J processor on alphaWorks. In 2000, this was a Friday, and by Monday over 400 people had downloaded the code and started to use SOAP 1.1. A … Continue reading
Today is the 5th anniversary of the day when IBM, Microsoft and others published the SOAP 1.1 spec, thereby kicking off the modern web services era! Where are the birthday candles, the retrospectives, the parties?
Check out Web Services Platform Architecture: SOAP, WSDL, WS-Policy, WS-Addressing, WS-BPEL, WS-Reliable Messaging, and More. I haven’t read it since I just found out 5 minutes ago that it is in print now, but since the authors (Sanjiva Weerawarana, Francisco … Continue reading
U.K.-funded initiative to push open source Open-source group to corral licenses IBM: Proprietary technology not enough Why vendors tout “SOAs” IBM exec: U.S. could learn from EU, China on intellectual property What is: WIKI? Get the Facts Right on Linux, … Continue reading
Take a look at Tom Glover’s blog for info about the new draft B2B Profile that we just published. Chris Ferris has also written an article about it. If you like what WS-I has done, I think you’re going to … Continue reading
Here’s a good article from ComputerWorld (“Industry Standards Can Help Pave the Road to Compliance”) that nicely brings together SOA, compliance, and the importance of industry-specific standards. You know, it’s nice to talk in lofty, general terms about SOA, but … Continue reading
See Eclipse Unveils Web Services Tools for a news roundup on the web services tools now being developed within Eclipse. One nit, I thought I told people to stop talking about “XML Web Services” and “Java Web Services” :-)
A lot has been said about the need for a good understanding of the security issues around web services and how to deal with them. The following new technology was just posted on the IBM alphaWorks site and can help … Continue reading
A guide to ripping and encoding music Good reference and history of mp3 et al Honeypot Project: Unpatched Linux Systems Last Longer than Windows I know more hackers are gunning for Windows, I know more desktops use Windows than Linux, … Continue reading
As many of you know, IBM developerWorks contains thousands of article on a broad range of topics. I put together some links to search results to what are, I hope, are a few topics of interest to this community: BPEL … Continue reading
In a previous post I spoke about the use of the Web Services Navigator for development and, to some extent, the management of Web services. The second piece for this, the Data Collector for IBM Web Services Navigator is now … Continue reading
For the last couple of years I’ve done Web services wish lists (2003 and 2004) and we’re already seeing the usual industry predictions for 2005. I thought I would combine them this year and offer some probabilities of their liklihood, … Continue reading
IBM developerWorks hosts several forums around Web services topics. Check out the following to get interactive with people using Web services today: Best Practices for Web Services Business Processes with BPEL4WS Python Web Services Developer Speed-start Web services — technical … Continue reading
Technology Helps Singers Hit the Right Note Now this is something I could use for Christmas, as my family members will attest. Samba-3 by Example This was invaluable when I set up an old pc to run Linux and be … Continue reading