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(May 21, 2003) - The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has approved the W3C Patent Policy, to reduce the threat of blocking patents on key components of Web infrastructure. The Policy lends support to the basic intellectual property business model that has driven innovation on the Web fr...
Exclusive to Web Services Journal Industry Newsletter, here’s the latest fiery rebuttal in the red-hot IBM vs Microsoft debate that’s been raging on the Internet over the superiority of their respective platforms for creating Web services. Stefan Van Overtveldt, program director, WebSp...
(January 23, 2002) - The chairman of the Internet Press Guild has gone on public record as claiming that there is an 'evil little secret' about Web services: 'they're fat...and therefore slow.' 'Most vendors don't talk about' the problem, says Steven Vaughan-Nichols, but 'Web servi...
(March 18, 2002) - Ascential Software Corp. intends to provide real-time data transformation and integration capabilities between incompatible Web services, allowing enterprises for the first time to successfully develop and deploy complex Web services applications.
(May 3, 2002) - In the wake of an extremely lively week of resignations, reorganizations, and retirements at Sun Microsystems, Web Services Journal News Desk snagged an exclusive interview with Bob Sutor, IBM's Director for eBusiness Standards Strategy.
(June 18, 2002) - Mongoose Technology, Inc., a leading U.S. enterprise portal solution vendor, recently launched Mongoose PortalStudio 3.0 in Latin America as leading systems integrators from Latin America presented advanced online solutions for doing business in the real-time economy.
(August 2, 2002) - Macromedia, Inc. has just introduced Pet Market, a sample application built using the entire Macromedia MX product family. Pet Market, a fictitious online pet retailer, illustrates both the benefits of rich Internet applications and the ability to deliver these exper...
(September 3, 2002) - The OASIS standards consortium has organized a new technical committee to advance the Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) specification for Web services. The OASIS UDDI Specification Technical Committee is the first committee created within th...
(October 29, 2002) - The creators of the failed precursor to HP's Web Services Platform are parlaying lessons learned from that experience to start up a new company, Confluent Software, Inc. A privately held company, Confluent was founded by Dr. Rajiv Gupta, the former general manager ...
(December 5, 2002) - In an evaluation covering Web-to-host tools, META Group, Inc. predicted that more than 90% of large organizations will utilize host access products that externalize legacy applications via Web services by 2007.
(January 28, 2003) - Wily Technology's Introscope 4.0, the next generation of its Java application management solution, is now generally available. Version 4.0, which is already being used to monitor real-world production environments, further extends Introscope's deep visibility into ...
(March 4, 2003) - A wealth of enhancements and productivity-boosting features distinguish the newly announced Sybase PowerBuilder 9.0, currently scheduled for general availability the week of March 24. This version of Sybase's industry-leading rapid application development (RAD) tool e...
(April 14, 2003) - A new solution from VeriSign promises to speed and simplify the process of deploying trusted Web Services and managing enterprise application integration and security. The VeriSign Trust Gateway eliminates the need to write security code into every application. Inste...
(May 28, 2003) - Oak Grove Systems has launched its worldwide channel program. This program brings flexible standards-based process execution technology to enterprises worldwide through its newly secured partnerships with resellers and systems integrators in Asia, Europe, South America...
IONA, the leading e-business platform provider for Web services integration, and Tata Infotech, Inc., a multinational provider of B2B/EAI solutions, have announced a Global Alliance to deliver Orbix E2A to customers worldwide. Tata Infotech is India’s largest systems integrator, with a...
(January 29, 2002) - Exclusive to Web Services Journal: As IT-watchers across the board are dubbing Web services 'the new IT revolution,' Actional has announced a $26 million third round of venture capital financing. Web services allow companies to exploit their existing IT infrastruct...
(March 18, 2002) - Sun Microsystems, Inc. announced the immediate availability of the Sun™ Open Net Environment (Sun™ ONE) Platform for Network Identity - a combined software, hardware, and services offering from Sun for organizations to rapidly establish an open, end-to-end network i...
(May 17, 2002) - Most Internet users aren't impressed with Web sites they visit, and corporations are doing a mediocre job of addressing people's online expectations, according to a new survey released by professional services firm Enterpulse. The survey indicates that 66 percent of bu...
(July 2, 2002) - Sonic Software, the world's fastest growing Internet middleware company, has teamed with XMethods to offer developers an exciting new testing ground for creating collaborative Web services. XMethods has launched a new version of XSpace, its simple, flexible, globally a...
(August 5, 2002) - The Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) project, whose specification provides one of the building blocks for Web services applications and services, and OASIS, an industry standards body, have announced that OASIS will serve as the steward for th...
(Walter Hurst, cofounder and CTO of Wakesoft, will present 'Application Architecture- a Necessary Foundation for Web Services', at Web Services Edge 2002 West, in San Jose, CA, on October 1.) www.sys-con.com/WebServicesEdge2002West/. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is quickly em...
(October 29, 2002) - This past week, in a move that some have characterized as a u-turn, Sun Microsystems joined the Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I ) as a contributing member. Previously, Sun declined joining the WS-I unless it would be given equal status with WS-I's ...
(January 28, 2003) - Is there a better way to incorporate XML data to Java? BEA believes the answer is BEA XMLBeans. BEA is working to drive convergence within the enterprise by creating one common framework for business process modeling, application development, and enterprise J2EE de...
(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...
Developer self-service. Elastic, scalable apps. The "illusion of infinite capacity." For all the talk of the positive aspects of cloud computing, less attention is focused on the way IT operations must evolve to manage and support a dynamic, scalable, highly variable infrastructure. ...


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