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The latest version of EnterpriseLink, Micro Focus' highly-scalable legacy-to-Web transformation and integration solution, makes its debut at the Web Services Edge West 2002 Conference & Expo in San Jose, CA this week. The new EnterpriseLink product allows current legacy applications t...
(November 18, 2002)- Quest Software, Inc.'s JClass ServerViews 3.0, a set of 100 percent Java server-side components, now offers complete XML support for Web Services. (Sitraka, developer of JClass ServerViews, was recently acquired by Quest Software.)
(January 14, 2003) - The Liberty Alliance Project reports that a majority of founder- and sponsor-level members responding to an internal poll plan to implement the Liberty version 1.1 specifications within the year. More than 70 percent of all respondents planning to implement the spe...
(February 18, 2003) - A new OASIS technical committee, the OASIS Web Services Reliable Messaging Technical Committee (WS-RM TC), is being formed, to create a generic and open model for ensuring reliable message delivery for Web services. This TC defines reliable message delivery as th...
(March 31, 2003) - For only six months, starting April 1, Sun Microsystems' newly released Sun ONE Web Services Platform Developer Edition will be specially priced, delivering $36,000 worth of platform software for $999. The industry's first complete and fully integrated platform for J...
(May 19, 2003) - Amazon.com, Inc. has announced the latest advances in its Web services initiative: a new tool kit (Software Development Kit 3.0), an improved Web site for developers, and the enrollment of more than 25,000 developers in the program.
(June 26, 2003) - PalmSource Inc. and IBM will collaborate to advance the development of next-generation Web services applications for Palm Powered devices. The two companies are working together to provide the more than 270,000 registered Palm OS software developers with advanced tool...
What makes a framework successful? Why are Web services confounding programmers? Questions about Web services' problems and promises were highlighted when Sean Rhody, editor-in-chief of Web Services Journal, was recently featured as a panelist on Rich Levin's PC TALK on WPEN-Radio, Phi...
NTT SOFT, a sister company and key technology partner of Japan's NTT DoCoMo, has grasped the wireless nettle: acknowledging that developing wireless-specific applications is a process fraught with formidable technical challenges that can limit scalability and reliability and delay time...
(March 14, 2002) - German software giant SAP took advantage of the world media interest in the CeBIT technology fair in Hannover, Germany, this week to make an announcement that shows how carefully even giants these days are choosing to tread, so as to avoid taking definitive sides in ...
(April 22, 2002) - As an aid to the undeniable throng of folks who still wouldn't know the difference between a Web service and a hole in the ground, Cape Clear Software has recently published access to Google.com as a Web service - so that a Web search can be conducted entirely by e-m...
(June 18, 2002) - The Liberty Alliance Project, a group committed to developing open, interoperable specifications for network identity, has five new sponsor members. The Liberty Alliance also announced two new membership levels in response to growing interest in the Alliance from corp...
(July 23, 2002) - BEA Systems, Inc., has announced support for a certified implementation of the Java API for XML-based Remote Procedure Call (JAX-RPC) - making BEA the first major application server provider to adopt the new standard for Web services interoperability.
(August 20, 2002) - Hitachi Computer Products (America), Inc. has announced the availability of the Quadrasis/Xtradyne SOAP Content Inspector, a Web services security solution that inspects and secures SOAP messages and allows enterprise businesses to take Web services outside their in...
(October 15, 2002) - Web services is growing, and the potential for mobile Web services is growing along with it, a Cape Clear spokesman confidently told JDJ-IN. In the wake of the technological partnership just formed between Softwired and Cape Clear, PJ Murray, product manager at Ca...
(November 18, 2002) - Last week at SAP's TechEd 2002 technical conference, SAP announced the introduction of two new SAP xApps. The new entries include xApp Visual Information for Plants (xVIp) and xApp Product Definition (xPD).
(January 21, 2003) - Sponsors, participants, and invited guests joined the Open GIS Consortium (OGC) at Lockheed Martin recently to view the results of the OGC Web Services 1.2 Testbed initiative. The demonstration focused on emergency response situations in a mock Department of Hom...
(February 18, 2003) - Members of the OASIS interoperability consortium have approved the Extensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML) as an OASIS Open Standard, a status that signifies the highest level of ratification. XACML allows developers to express and enforce policies for i...
Open standards for reliable Web services messaging, such as WS-Reliability, can provide the missing link to bridge the gap between organizations and help make Web services a truly enterprise-capable technology for standards-based systems integration, says Web Services Journal technical...
(May 19, 2003) - Today at the 2003 ACORD Conference, Microsoft Corp. and the Association for Cooperative Operations Research and Development (ACORD) announced that ACORD will provide more than 500 insurance forms built using Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ 2003, Microsoft Office System's n...
(Pleasanton, CA) – Some companies make great weather vanes. Could there be a connection, for example, between PeopleSoft’s strong financial performance in 2001 – with 20% sales growth to about $1.8 billion – and its announcement this week that the next release of its PeopleSoft 8 line ...
(Stamford, CT) - Web services will capture substantial attention in 2002, and by 2004 Web services will dominate deployment of new application solutions for Fortune 2000 companies, according to Gartner, Inc.
(March 18, 2002) - German software giant SAP took advantage of the world media interest in the CeBIT technology fair in Hannover, Germany, last week to make an announcement that shows how carefully even giants these days are choosing to tread, so as to avoid taking definitive sides in ...
(April 25, 2002) - Sun Microsystem's chief technology evangelist, Simon Phipps, speaking exclusively to the Web Services Journal News Desk, commented extensively - and combatively - on the latest jibes from Microsoft Corp's Charles Fitzgerald and IBM's Bob Sutor, alleging that Sun - wh...
(June 18, 2002) -- E-mail Verify from IQServices.com is a Web services application that validates E-mail addresses. JavaScript validation on a form simply checks the proper format of an e-mail, for example, the use of @ in the input field. E-mail Verify goes a step further, validating ...
(August 1, 2002) - Reactivity, Inc., a provider of products for distributed application security, has introduced the Reactivity Service Firewall™, a unique, drop-in solution that makes secure XML and Web services-based application integration fast and affordable. The Reactivity Service...
(August 21, 2002) - Speaking to developers in Canada this week, after a four-year hiatus from speaking publicly north of the border, Microsoft's chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates appropriately made the crossing of boundaries one of the themes of his remarks.
(October 15, 2002) - Microsoft Corp. has launched Content Management Server (CMS) 2002, part of the Microsoft .NET Enterprise Server family. Microsoft has invested in Content Management Server to provide deeper integration with Microsoft .NET and support for industry standards. Integra...
(November 18, 2002) - (Last week, WSJ-IN asked industry experts, all intimately familiar with Web Services in all their flavors, colors, and spins, to answer the question: 'What is Web Services?' Following, the most recent response to that question, from a representative of Sun Microsy...
(January 21, 2003) - The Liberty Alliance Project has ratified the final version of its 1.1 specifications, incorporating feedback received during the review period that began last November. The version 1.1 specifications provide maintenance updates to the version 1.0 specifications ...
(February 26, 2003) - A new Web Services Distributed Management Technical Committee is being formed by OASIS members. This TC's goal, distinct from that of the Management Protocol TC, is to define Web services management. The scope includes using Web services architecture and technolog...
(April 8, 2003) - Sarvega™, Inc., recently announced the availability of XESOS Studio™, a stand-alone platform that centralizes configuration, deployment, and management of large-scale, distributed deployments of Sarvega XPE 2000™ switches. An industry first, XESOS Studi...
BPEL4WS is now moving rapidly into becoming the de facto standard for Web service orchestration with most platform vendors following in IBM and Microsoft footsteps after the submission of the specification to OASIS. This increased momentum and visibility will drive a great need for edu...
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. ...
The Eclipse Consortium welcomes thirteen new member companies, and announces four new open-source projects for tools and technology: COBOL, Project Hyades for Automated Software Quality, the Eclipse Modeling Framework, and the Koi Project.
Many enterprises remain vulnerable to cyber attack from foreign organizations and even governments. Let’s make a distinction here between the political-military espionage that's gone on since pre-biblical times and the economic espionage that’s going on now and, in many cases, has not...


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