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  • What Are The Drawbacks Of REST?

    A recent posting on a REST Architects list has prompted Ganesh Prasad to outline some problems that he sees with REST (over HTTP) in terms of more dynamic peer-to-peer environments and how they could be addressed. He suggests some lessons could be learned from Web Services and mentions an Internet Draft specification which he has been working on.

  • SOA Practioners Should Define Standards First

    Standards are often cited as important, helping to prevent vendor lock-in and allow for interoperability between heterogeneous implementations. However, as Steve Jones points out recently, it is still common for many SOA practitioners to ignore selecting standards at the start of the SOA lifecyle. In this article he outlines where standards should fit in and how REST is no exception to this rule.

  • OASIS Releases a Raft of New Standards

    OASIS announced the release of 9 new standards in the WS-* architecture, including new versions of WS-AtomicTransaction, WS-ReliableMessaging and WS-Trust.

  • Interview: Sanjiva Weerawarana on Web Services, REST and Open Source SOA Tools

    In this interview, Stefan Tilkov talks to Sanjiva Weerawarana about web services and REST, about core standards that are essential for web services standards, open source SOA tooling, scripting languages and web services, and the strategy of WSO2 in providing open source middleware.

  • Interview: Paul Fremantle on the State of WS-*

    In a new InfoQ interview, Paul Fremantle, WSO2 co-founder co-chair of the OASIS committee that standardized WS-Reliable Messaging, talks to InfoQ about the state and relative importance of web services standards, the role of open source software for SOA, his views on the eternal REST debate, and WSO2's business model.

  • What does the term ESB actually mean?

    In his blog, Nick Allen, program manager in the Connected Systems Division at Microsoft, went on to collect several definitions and clarify Microsoft's position on the question.

  • OASIS WS-RM closes

    The OASIS WS-RM technical committee has closed. This groups work should not be confused with OASIS WS-RX which is still going forward.

  • Visual Studio Orcas Round-Up

    InfoQ has assembled a summary of the features included in the March CTP of Visual Studio Orcas. The Orcas CTP, which is expected to be released as VS 2007, can be downloaded from MSDN.

  • WS Reliable Messaging, Policy Updated for Public Review, WS-MakeConnection Introduced

    OASIS has released WS Reliable Messaging, WSRM Policy and a new specification, WS-MakeConnection, for public review. Comments are due until 27 February.

  • Presentation: Guy Crets on Secure and Reliable Web Services

    In this presentation, recorded at Javapolis, integration expert Guy Crets introduces security and messaging standards from the Web services world and discusses how the WS-Security and WS-Reliable Messaging specifications can be used in real world integration and B2B scenarios.

  • InfoQ Article: An Introduction to WS-Reliable Messaging

    Web Services Reliable Messaging 1.1 is available as a new draft version of the OASIS specification originally released by Microsoft, IBM, BEA and others. WS-RM ensures messages can be delivered reliable over unreliable protocols such as HTTP. Paul Fremantle, co-chair of the OASIS technical committee, provides an introduction.

  • Java SOAP Framework XFire 1.2 Released

    XFire, the high performance Java SOAP framework from Codehaus has released version 1.2, the last version before the project merges with Celtix into Apache CeltiXfire. XFire includes such features as Spring integration, JBI support, and pluggable bindings for POJOs, JAXB, and XMLBeans. Improvements since version 1.1 include JiBX data binding, Aegis binding inheritance, and HTTP GZIP.

  • WS-RM 1.1 Committee Draft Published

    The OASIS Web Services Reliable Exchange TC has published a committee draft of WS-ReliableMessaging (WS-RM) 1.1 and WS-RM Policy Assertion 1.1, an important step towards a single standard for reliable web services messaging.

  • InfoQ Article: Secure and Reliable Web Services

    Web Services can become the single standard for all exchange of structured data. After waiting over 5 years, two important Web Services specifications have finally been endorsed: WS-Security and WS-ReliableMessaging. Will these specifications allow the adoption of web services as a standard for all communication within and between organizations?

  • Project Tango - WCF And Java Interop

    Sun Microsystems has launched the open source initiative called Project Tango. Windows Communications Foundation Engineers are working together with Java Web Services Engineers on the interoperability of enterprise features.

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