ADS BY GOOGLE

(March 4, 2003) - During her keynote address at the eighth annual BEA eWorld conference, HP chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina focused on the critical role Web services management will play in overcoming IT complexity, unifying systems, and accelerating a return on IT investments.
(April 21, 2003) - The Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS) 1.0 specification has been submitted to OASIS, where a new Web Services Business Process Execution Language TC is being formed. BEA, IBM, Microsoft, SAP and Siebel intend to submit an updated BPEL4WS ...
(May 28, 2003) - Parasoft has released .TEST 1.0, a new unit testing tool that automatically tests classes written on the Microsoft .NET Framework without requiring developers to write a single test scenario or stub. .TEST offers development teams working with the .NET Framework a sim...
(January 10, 2002) - Anyone interested in hearing how SilverStream Software are doing, in terms of harnessing what the company sees as the growth opportunities of the emerging Web services market, might want to escape to The Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, where tomorrow they...
In a letter sent to state attorneys general across the nation, EPIC (Electronic Privacy Information Center) has urged authorities to protect citizens from alleged privacy and security risks of Microsoft Passport, and related Microsoft services 'Wallet,' 'Kids Passport,' 'Hailstorm,' an...
(March 18, 2002) - Sybase, Inc. has revealed its strategy for bypassing the hype of Web services by delivering real integration business solutions for enterprises. The company is rolling out its solutions in two distinct ways with support for Web services in existing infrastructure sof...
(May 17, 2002) - According to the Patricia Seybold Group, the Web services trend is an inevitable IT architectural evolution towards service-oriented architectures that will give business more flexibility in responding to and in anticipating customers' constantly changing needs.
(July 9, 2002) - Parasoft has upgraded WebKing, a comprehensive testing tool that automates key elements involved in developing, deploying, and maintaining reliable multi-tier Web sites. The new version automatically analyzes server log files, and then creates virtual users that mimic ...
(August 5, 2002) - The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)'s Web Services Architecture Working Group has published an initial Working Draft specification for 'Web Services Architecture Usage Scenarios.' The document supplies a categorized collection of about 40 usage scenarios and use case...
(September 23, 2002) - Web Services Journal strives to bring the latest information regarding Web services to you in a variety of ways. In addition to our printed journal and digital edition, we have begun a series of Point/Counterpoint sessions with leading industry executives to dete...
(October 29, 2002) - With its new free developer kit, NetIQ Corporation has become the first in the analytics industry to offer developers a complete set of tools for tagging and testing Web pages for analysis from within Macromedia Dreamweaver MX. The WebTrends Developer Kit for Macro...
(December 18, 2002) - In an evaluation covering Web-to-host tools, META Group, Inc. predicts that more than 90% of large organizations will utilize host access products that externalize legacy applications via Web services by 2007.
(January 28, 2003) - The Kenamea Web Messaging Platform, version 2.1 represents a major upgrade, offering a lightweight, cost-effective solution that integrates Web services into real-time, event-driven applications that operate across any network, platform, or device. Native Web serv...
(March 11, 2003) - The new OASIS Web Services Distributed Management (WSDM) Technical Committee has been formed to define a standard way of using Web services architecture and technology to manage distributed resources. The WSDM Technical Committee will closely align its work with rela...
(April 21, 2003) - The Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) has announced two testing tools for interoperability assessment with the WS-I Basic Profile. Pre-release versions of the Web Service Communication Monitor and the Web Service Profile Analyzer are now available. Th...
(June 3, 2003) - Iopsis Software, an innovator in production grade Web services development tools and infrastructure, has announced version 2.1 of its iNsight application assembly product. Iopsis iNsight is the industry's first tool that lets developers use standard UML notation to def...
(January 10, 2002) -Bowstreet and Sun Microsystems, Inc., have significantly advanced the Sun ONE services on demand initiative with an agreement to port the Bowstreet Business Web Factory to the Sun ONE architecture, including the iPlanet Application Server and the iPlanet Portal Serv...
Exclusive to WSJ, Adam Sohn, product manager, .NET Platform Strategy Group, Microsoft, commented on EPIC's recent call for states' attorneys general to investigate the Passport online identification and authentication system for the improper collection of personal information:
(March 18, 2002) – Web services are playing an increasingly important role in integration initiatives – so important that IDC predicts the total software, services and hardware opportunity derived from Web services will catapult from $1.6 billion in 2004 to $34 billion by 2007.
(May 17, 2002) - WSJ recently caught up with Eric Newcomer, chief technology officer of IONA, and spent a few moments discussing trends in the industry. A member of the XML Protocols and Web Services Architecture working groups at the W3C, Eric is a respected industry expert, and will...
(July 15, 2002) - The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has issued Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.2 and WSDL 1.2 Bindings as W3C Public Working Drafts. The W3C reports that WSDL 1.2 provides several improvements over WSDL 1., including language clarifications, making it easie...
(August 6, 2002) - In a truly interoperable world of software development, the kind of world envisaged by Web services, what would be the ultimate philosopher's stone? What would be the silver bullet?
(September 23, 2002) - IBM has announced the industry's first software that will help organizations more rapidly build secure business relationships with other organizations using Web services applications. The new software - IBM's WebSphere software for managing high-volume business ...
(October 29, 2002) - Web services is the hot IT buzz word today, but I'd be willing to wager that most people in the business world aren't really sure what the term even means. Web services technologies allow businesses to share the information they have stored in their computer applic...
(December 18, 2002) - Viewing pipelined XML transformations as the critical next phase in XML/Web services based integration, Propylon Limited has released PropelX v2.0, the world's first data integration platform based on XML pipeline transformation technology.
(Janaury 28, 2003) - The antivirus publisher GlobalHauri is distributing for free what it calls 'the world's only permanent fix' for the 'SQL Slammer' worm that paralyzed much of the Internet over the weekend.
(March 17, 2003) - The Liberty Alliance, a consortium formed to develop open standards for federated network identity, has released details outlining the Liberty Alliance Federated Network Identity Architecture, a complete infrastructure that the Alliance expects will resolve many of t...
(April 21, 2003) - As enterprises apply service-oriented architecture principles to business process management and automation, they will find that 'Service-Oriented Process' solutions will supplant the need for today's integration solutions, concludes a report published by analyst fir...
(June 3, 2003) - Salesforce.com has just launched sforce, the salesforce.com client/service application development utility, and has announced strategic alliances with BEA Systems, Borland, Microsoft, and Sun. Sforce allows business application developers to use tools they already kno...
(January 10, 2002) - Web services, say two contributors to this month's Harvard Business Review, represent 'an entirely new approach to corporate information systems' in which 'the distinction between users and suppliers of Web services will fade.' The distinguished authors. John Hagel...
(February 12, 2002) ? A broad group of technology leaders have formed the Web Services Interoperability (WS-I) Organization (www.ws-i.org). This cross-industry initiative is designed to accelerate the development and deployment of interoperable Web services across a variety of platform...
(May 17, 2002) - IBM has just launched its 'Web services Demos', a collection of Web services examples built with IBM technologies on IBM developerWorks. The 'Web services Demos' collection demonstrates how Web services can be used in applications. Developers are provided with complete...
(July 16, 2002) -The Liberty Alliance Project has released its version 1.0 specifications, the first set of open federated network identity specifications from the cross-industry consortium. As the Liberty Alliance's first step in enabling an open federated network identity solution, t...
(August 8, 2002) - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) today announced it has reached an agreement with Microsoft Corp. related to its Passport authentication service. The agreement addresses security and privacy issues.
More than just a semantic quibble, the question of what truly is Web Services takes many twists and turns. Part of that is because there is no single standards body, so multiple overlapping standards can and do arise (for example, WSDL and UDDI definitely overlap in certain areas). Add...
(December 18, 2002) - Novell has extended its secure identity management expertise to a key Web services standard to help businesses more easily and confidently deploy Web services. Based on Novell's eDirectory, Novell Nsure UDDI Server bolsters security and simplifies management of We...
(February 3, 2003) - Two new software products have just been released from Swingtide, Inc. that help businesses understand and make diverse XML standards work together. QoB Lab and QoB Assistant counter the effects of 'XML service creep' - the uncontrolled way that XML is coming into ...
(March 20, 2003) - Through a commitment to show the future of technology and its possibilities for government, the Mayor's Office of Information Services welcomes a leader in Web services technology. Sean Rhody, editor-in-chief of Web Services Journal and a respected industry commentat...
(April 30, 2003) - About 86 percent of enterprises that are using or planning to use a systems integrator through the beginning of 2004 for a Web services solution will use XML, according to a survey by Gartner, Inc. According to the survey, internal integration with applications and ...
(June 16, 2003) - Although smart companies are using Web services to improve the way they do business, firms have even more to gain by changing the way they think about their infrastructure. According to a new Forrester Research, Inc. report, CIOs who adopt service-oriented architectur...


ADS BY GOOGLE