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(March 27, 2003) - Mark Hapner, chief Web services strategist at Sun Microsystems, and Andy Astor, vice president of Enterprise Web Services at webMethods have been elected to the board of directors for the Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I). Sun and webMethods will joi...
(April 30, 2003) - The SCO Group has announced its SCOx strategy, a technology framework that will allow SCO, and its resellers and developers, to provide the benefits of Web services to small-to-medium businesses and branch offices. Using industry standards, such as XML, SOAP, and UDD...
(June 16, 2003) - In a survey recently commissioned by Actional Corporation, 93 percent of IT professionals at Fortune 2000 companies cite deploying Web services as a key IT initiative. The survey also found that more than 60 percent of all respondents plan to deploy a service-oriented...
I am writing about your article titled 'IBM Responds to Latest Microsoft Jabs at WebSphere 4.0.' In this article, you interview IBM's Stefan Van Overtveldt, program director, WebSphere Technical Marketing. In the interest of facts and truth, I would like to correct Mr. Van Overtveldt ...
(February 14, 2002) - The man who created the first server, Web browser, and the WWW in general - Tim Berners-Lee - was quick to respond to our story yesterday ('If Only Santa Had Listened To Those Web Services Experts...').
(April 10, 2002) - No one can predict the future accurately, far less the I-technology future. So it was perhaps a little surprising that U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly turned down a Microsoft Corporation objection this week to written testimony by Sun Microsystems’ Jonatha...
(June 3, 2002) - The Mind Electric's GLUE 3.0 beta is now available for download. GLUE is a fast, simple, comprehensive platform for creating Java applications using Web services, servlets, and JSP. GLUE 3.0 beta has a host of new features, including fully integrated support for Web se...
(July 18, 2002) -Novell, Inc. and SilverStream Software, Inc. have announced the completion of Novell's cash tender offer for the shares of common stock of SilverStream at a price of $9.00 per share.
IBM has just released two new technologies on its alphaWorks site (www.ibm.com/alphaworks) - the IBM Business Process Execution Language for Web Services Java Runtime (BPWS4J), and an updated version of the Web Services Toolkit (WSTK) for dynamic e-business, version 3.2. BPWS4J provide...
(November 13, 2002) - Microsoft and AmberPoint, Inc., are working together to produce a .NET release of AmberPoint Management Foundation, a comprehensive management solution for Web services. AmberPoint's .NET solution will deliver rich management capabilities to applications built us...
(December 18, 2002) - Microsoft Corp. and IBM Corp., along with BEA Systems Inc., RSA Security Inc., SAP AG and VeriSign Inc., have published a new set of advanced Web services specifications to help businesses share information securely between applications and organizations in a stan...
(February 10, 2003) - New wireless features in Oracle9i Application Server will make it the first and only integrated application server to support XHTML 2.0, the new W3C standard. The wireless features, scheduled to be available in a new Wireless Toolkit on the Oracle Technology Netwo...
Web services is one of the top 10 strategic technologies poised to mature in the next 18 to 36 months, according to Carl Claunch, vice president and director of research at Gartner. Although noting that Web services has been 'heavily hyped,' Claunch observed that Web services can give ...
(May 6, 2003) - Novell today announced plans to implement the emerging Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) specification in a future release of its Novell exteNd Composer Process Manager, the business process manager that ships with Novell's Web application development product s...
(June 16, 2003) - Corporate portal developers and independent software vendors can test the interoperability of their Web-based content and applications on a hosted portal environment with the new Oracle Portal Verification Service. Powered by Oracle9i Application Server, it supports t...
The .NET architecture has yet to be fully released, but already a virus, called W32/Donut, has been targeted to .NET, indicating that virus writers have interest in the new framework. Originating in the Czech Republic, the virus is not considered a serious threat by Microsoft or by se...
(Scotts Valley, CA) - Borland Software Corporation has released Borland C++Builder 6 for rapid development of e-business applications with Web services support in a true C++ visual development environment. C++Builder 6 enables C++ developers, estimated at 2.6 million worldwide, to simp...
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(June 10, 2002) - Novell, Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire SilverStream. The acquisition has been approved unanimously by the boards of directors of each company and is subject to customary conditions, including regulatory and other standard approvals. The closin...
(July 23, 2002) - In the wake of its merger with Compaq, HP intends to increase focus and investment in its industry-leading software suites. HP, currently the fifth largest software provider in the world, will redirect its current and future development and go-to-market efforts toward...
(August 20, 2002) - Last week, TogetherSoft Corp. and WebGain, Inc., announced that TogetherSoft plans to acquire WebGain Studio, which consists of VisualCafe, StructureBuilder, Business Designer, and Quality Analyzer and provides support for BEA's WebLogic Server. In a WSJ exclusive, ...
(September 23, 2002) - With reference accounts like Dresdner Bank and Reliant Energy, as well as newer partners like Commerce One, Mountain View, California-based platform integration powerhouse Actional Corporation has just recently been hitting the headlines even more often than usua...
(November 13, 2002) -- The members of the OASIS interoperability consortium have approved the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) v1.0 as an OASIS Open Standard, a status that signifies the highest level of ratification. Although Gartner analysts forecast rapid adoption of SAML, ...
(January 10, 2003) - A group of leading IT vendors, consisting of Fujitsu Limited, Hitachi, Ltd., NEC Corporation, Oracle Corp., Sonic Software, and Sun Microsystems have published the Web Services Reliability (WS-Reliability) specification working draft. By providing a fundamentally m...
(February 11, 2003) - To bring the advantages of Web-based development and content delivery to interactive voice response applications, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has published VoiceXML 2.0 as a W3C Candidate Recommendation. Advancement of a W3C Technical Report to Candidate R...
WSJ: What does Sarvega do?John G. Chirapurath: Sarvega (www.sarvega.com) delivers market-leading XML infrastructure solutions, the Sarvega XPE portfolio of intelligent XML switches, that are used to scale XML processing in enterprise applications such as Web services. Sarvega's switche...
(May 9, 2003) - The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has released the SOAP Version 1.2 Proposed Recommendation, consisting of the SOAP 1.2 Messaging Framework; SOAP 1.2 Adjuncts, and a Primer. SOAP 1.2 is a lightweight protocol intended for exchanging structured information in a decentr...
(June 16, 2003) - Parasoft recently released SOAPtest 2.0, the latest version of its automated testing tool for Web Services. SOAPtest's automated technologies help development teams prevent errors by performing server functional testing, load testing, and client testing. Developers ca...
On January 15, 2002, responding to an open letter by Microsoft's Greg Leake (see below), IBM’s Stefan Van Overtveldt comments: IBM and Microsoft can fight about benchmarks forever, but what matters most is what customers and developers are doing. .NET only supports Windows and other ...
(February 15, 2002) - Tim Ewald is well known for his sense of humor. He is well known for being able to use James Gosling's Emacs and Microsoft's VS.NET with equal facility - even on the same day! And now, through no fault of his own, he is equally well known for having been the co-si...
(April 16, 2002) - Sun Microsystems, Inc. will rebrand its popular iPlanet™, Forte™, StarOffice™ ,and Chili!Soft™ product lines under the Sun™ Open Net Environment (Sun™ ONE) brand. This move reflects Sun's commitment to its wide array of software offerings - from portal server and mid...
AmberPointTM, Inc. has introduced AmberPoint Management FoundationTM, the first product of a comprehensive suite of management solutions for XML Web applications. AmberPoint Management Foundation transforms Web service-based systems into production-ready assets, making them easy to mon...
(July 23, 2002) - This week, Novell, Inc. outlined project Destiny, the company's roadmap for directory services. The roadmap consists of several key directory releases over the next 18 months, beginning with Novell's UDDI server later this year, which aims to extend Novell's leadershi...
(August 20, 2002) - CapeScience, Cape Clear™ Software's developer network, is offering a host of new free utilities, tutorials, and resources for Web services programmers. Among the recent additions are a new Web service that enables queries to Amazon.com based on MP3 files, a free on...
(September 25, 2002) - Members of the OASIS standards consortium have formed a technical committee to facilitate distributed systems management over the Internet. The work of the new OASIS Management Protocol Technical Committee will enable businesses to manage their own Web services a...
(November 18, 2002) - The Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI.org) has released the final draft for the Business Process Modeling Language (BPML 1.0) and the first public draft for the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN 0.9), making BPML the first business process modeli...
(January 10, 2003) - A group of leading IT vendors, consisting of Fujitsu Limited, Hitachi, Ltd., NEC Corporation, Oracle Corp., Sonic Software, and Sun Microsystems have published the Web Services Reliability (WS-Reliability) specification working draft. By providing a fundamentally m...
(February 11, 2003) - AmberPoint, Inc., a provider of Web services management solutions, and Conquest, Inc., a provider of advanced large-scale systems and software technology solutions to federal and commercial customers, are collaborating on a substantial project for a large agency o...
(March 31, 2003) - Confluent Software Inc. has released Confluent CORE 3.0, the latest version of its Web services monitoring and management platform. Confluent CORE 3.0 provides enterprise-class security management, a flexible deployment model, management for Java and .NET services ri...
(May 14, 2003) - FatWire Software will acquire divine's Content Management business. As part of the divine bankruptcy auction, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Boston has approved the sale of divine's content management assets to Saratoga Partners, a New York private equity firm, who will ...


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