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Seven vendors collaborated to showcase interoperability of the recently approved OASIS Standard, Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP), at the Delphi Group Enterprise On-Demand Summit on March 31.
Scott McNealy used the occasion of the 2004 FOSE conference at the Washington DC Convention Center to lay to rest once and for all any notion that Sun is willing to loosen its grasp on Java in any way.
BEA, Citrix, Gluecode, IBM, Oracle, Plumtree, and others will showcase the interoperability of the recently approved OASIS Standard, Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP), at the Delphi Group Enterprise On-Demand Summit.
Cape Clear has released a new free SOA Editor, which enables programmers to rapidly create, view and edit Services using Web Services Description Language (WSDL).
The Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) has announced the general availability of its testing tools for the assessment of Web services' interoperability with the WS-I Basic Profile.
As part of its ongoing efforts to increase industry adoption of Java and improve developers' value within an organization, BEA Systems announced its new BEA WebLogic Workshop Professional Edition.
Actional Corporation has introduced 'watchdogs,' which provide advanced capabilities for monitoring end-to-end availability and performance of Web services.
Gartner has been holding forth again - on 'offshoring' (and a new variant, 'nearshore outsourcing'). The bad news is that a quarter of the West's IT jobs headed East in the next 5 to 6 years; the good news that Gartner also says 2004 will see the first major offshoring failure - that w...
Takeover talks - with Microsoft taking its AOL division along with all its debt in exchange for a handsome chunk of change - are being reported today as having been under way for some time between the Redmond giant and Time Warner.
Alexander Jerusalem on BOA (banana-oriented architecture).
A round-up of news, comments, and insights on i-Technology issues of the day, culled from newspapers, magazines, journals, Web sites, mailing lists, and blogs. This week's topics include 'offshoring,' mesh networking, Sun-blogging, and Microsoft's bold vision to translate Windows and O...
Settlement talks between Microsoft and the European Commission have hit the wall despite the last-minute intervention of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer who flew to Brussels this week to meet face-to-face with EC regulator-in-chief Mario Monti.
Members of OASIS announced plans to standardize the way Web services interact using the Notification pattern.
The newly announced OASIS Web Services Resource Framework (WSRF) Technical Committee will define a set of royalty-free, interoperable, and modular specifications that will allow the relationship between a Web service and its state to be modeled in an explicit, standard fashion.
'I came, I saw, I conquered' is just what Sun Microsystems hopes that every developer will say after attending the upcoming Jini Community Meeting. Jini technology enables what Sun calls 'the dynamic network style of Java distributed computing.'
A new Web site dedicated to XML messaging and interoperability has just been launched, courtesy of the government of Ireland, which has established an agency mandated to procure and build the Public Services Broker (PSB) - an integrated set of processes, systems and procedures designed...
Whether you like to think of it as Really Simple Syndication or RDF Site Summary or Rich Site Summary, this lightweight multipurpose extensible metadata description and syndication format is here to stay. And its uses are becoming more and more diverse. Not wishing anyone to be left be...
The biggest technical challenge facing the non-profit corporation with authority over systems that connect computers to Web sites, ICANN, isn't security....it's localization - i.e., what to do as non-English languages become incorporated into the infrastructure of the Internet.
Everyone knows the classic milestones - 6 billion documents searched in nanoseconds, plus the inevitable admission of 'to google' into the dictionary, for example - but Google has just passed another one: it's made it from the 'Technology' section of the New York Times to the 'Fashion ...
Remember the Allaire brothers? As In Jeremy and 'J.J' - co-founders of Allaire Corporation, which merged into to Macromedia, Inc. back in 2001? Despite Jeremy's continued prominence, first with Allaire and more recently with the Boston VC firm Catalyst Partners, his brother was nowhere...
Faced with a tough, if not losing, battle for PeopleSoft, Oracle executives said Thursday that they were considering other acquisitions.
Symantec's CTO talks about comprehensive security and how today's IT organizations must address it.
WSTL Studio, a development environment that allows development of JSP Tag Libraries based on Web services, uses JavaScript for tag logic and makes Web services accessible as objects in the script.
As a past EDGE conference keynoter in his own right, Eric Newcomer has always been one of the most informative and analytical of commentators on the State of the Union when it comes to the i-technology landscape. In his interview with SYS-CON Radio yesterday in Boston, he sketched out ...
Tomorrow a full 3-Day Conference opens its doors for the fourth successive year on the East coast - EDGE 2004 (East) in Boston. Overview and full session details here.
Microsoft recently launched MapPoint Web Service 3.5, the latest version of its popular location and mapping Web service.
(Oakland, CA) - AmberPoint, Inc., a provider of Web services management software, has announced a version of its no-cost developer's tool for monitoring, diagnosing, and debugging Java-based Web services.
Fiorano Software, Inc., has announced its strategic partnership with the consulting firm Partners Consulting Services.
Grand Central Communications Inc. has released an updated version of its network-based business process integration service that includes a new public directory of available Web services.
Exactly two years after its foundation, the PayCircle consortium has made more progress in providing a mobile payment infrastructure based on mobile Web services.
(January 21, 2004) - RatchetSoft has announced the launch of its Ratchet-X beta program. Based on Service Oriented Mass Customization (SOMC) principles, Ratchet-X enables desktop software to be mass customized through leveraging the power of Web services.
Novell has released Novell exteNd 5, its services-oriented application development suite, now made more accessible to mainstream IT developers with innovative visual tools and added support for Linux.
(January 19, 2004) - Information Builders has expanded the data integration capabilities of WebFOCUS through the addition of a Web services adapter.
(January 19, 2004) - A draft version of Web Services Eventing (WS-Eventing) has been published as a new member of the Composable Architecture (WS-*) Web service specifications.
Fiorano Software, Inc. has signed a strategic partnership with xtendx AG of Switzerland. xtendx will bring Fiorano's integration and business process management solutions to enterprises in the region.
(January 14, 2004) - Mindreef, Inc. has announced the availability of Mindreef SOAPscope 3.0, the first Web Services Diagnostics System to include lifecycle interoperability testing and troubleshooting throughout the development, deployment and support of a Web service.
(December 29, 2003) - webMethods Fabric, a standards-based, vendor-neutral Web services application management environment, is now shipping.
(December 15, 2003) - Microsoft Corp. today announced beta availability of the newest version of its legacy integration solution, Host Integration Server (HIS) 2004, part of Microsoft Windows Server System.
(December 15, 2003) - W3C's Technical Architecture Group (TAG) has released a Last Call Working Draft for the Architecture of the World Wide Web, First Edition.
(December 15, 2003) - AmberPoint, Inc. has announced Java versions of AmberPoint Express, its no-cost developer's tool for monitoring, diagnosing, and debugging Web services.


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