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(August 1, 2002) - Microsoft Corp.'s chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates this week outlined the company's vision and road map for phase two of Microsoft® .NET.
(August 26, 2002) - As the worlds of wireless and Web services begin steadily to converge, Web Services Journal News Desk asks IBM's Andrew Donoho, Web Theorist, for a heads-up on where we are, where we're headed, and what technical challenges still remain in connecting the two technol...
(October 15, 2002) - Sonic Software has contributed standards-based enterprise-class SOAP messaging capabilities to Apache Axis, the next generation of Apache SOAP 2.0. With the acceptance of source code for inclusion in Apache Axis 1.0, Sonic delivers its asynchronous Web services exp...
(January 21, 2003) - Oracle Corp. 's new portal enhancements for Oracle9i Application Server are designed to capture and integrate data from multiple data sources including Web services, spreadsheets, and Web sites. These features, OmniPortlet and Web Clipping, shift the customization ...
(February 26, 200) - Members of the OASIS standards consortium announced plans to collaborate on the development of a generic and open model for ensuring reliable message delivery for Web services. The new OASIS Web Services Reliable Messaging (WS-RM) Technical Committee will work to e...
(April 12, 2003) - The Liberty Alliance will announce the completion of the 2.0 spec at the RSA conference, April 14-17, 2003. A piece of the Liberty spec will be going to OASIS - which has implications for the SAML standard. Prateek Mishra, Netegrity director of technology and archite...
(May 20, 2003) - Members of the OASIS interoperability consortium have approved the UniversalDescription, Discovery and Integration specification (UDDI) version 2.0 as an OASIS Open Standard, signifying the highest level of ratification. UDDI enables companies and applications to dynam...
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...
(January 28, 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 fatŠand therefore slow.' 'Most vendors don't talk about' the problem, says Steven Vaughan-Nichols, but 'Web services' ...
(March 18, 2002) - One of the best ways to drive adoption of emerging technologies, such as Web services, is to provide the developers with something to tinker with. IBM's alphaWorks and developerWorks portals do just that. In 2001, there were 85,000+ downloads of Web services technolo...
(May 2, 2002) - BEA Systems, Inc. and Research In Motion Limited (RIM) have forged a strategic relationship to deliver a framework that eases the development and delivery of mobile enterprise Web services applications for the thousands of organizations using BlackBerryTM.
(June 17, 2002) - Macromedia, Inc. and Opera Software ASA have agreed to make Macromedia Flash Player available to licensees of Opera's embedded browsers. Opera will make Macromedia Flash Player available to consumer electronics manufacturers and software platform providers on a range ...
(August 1, 2002) When no less a person than the 'Father' of the World Wide Web says that Web services isn't a philosopher's stone, but can nonetheless help businesses during an economic downturn, the business and Internet technology worlds do well to sit up and take note. Especially w...
(August 28, 2002) - Palm Solutions Group and BEA Systems, Inc., have formed a long-term strategic relationship to bring Web services to PalmTM branded handhelds, using WebLogic technology.
(Note: This is excerpted from Out of the Box: Strategies for Achieving Profits Today and Growth Tomorrow through Web Services, published this week.) Web Services architectures are like a Rorschach test for technologists. Depending on their background and interests, technologists will ...
(November 25, 2002) - LogicLibrary has unveiled a new QuickStart program, with prepackaged software and services to help companies take the first step toward enterprise Web services enablement.
(January 28, 2003) - Altova's XMLSPY 5 Release 3 is out, offering enhanced developer support for various widely used enterprise technologies including .NET, Oracle XML DB, Web services, and more. The new version of XMLSPY is available immediately for free trial download.
(February 26, 2003) - Accenture has just introduced a software platform to make it easier to manage, build, and roll out large-scale deployments of Web services. An integrated toolbox of reusable software components and services that spans the software development cycle, the Accenture ...
(April 14, 2003) - Sonic Software today announced latest version of Sonic ESB 5.0 (formerly SonicXQ), the foundation of its enterprise integration product line: the Sonic Business Integration Suite. Sonic ESB provides a distributed, standards-based, cost-effective, easily managed infra...
(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...
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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