First generation Web services standards

  • February 03, 2011 03 Feb'11

    The Open Group to look at EA, SOA and cloud computing

    Included in sessions are cybersecurity, enterprise architecture - with an eye for business transformation. As always, skills certification programs related to TOGAF 9 will be a major draw.

  • November 11, 2010 11 Nov'10

    WS-I completes its work

    The Web Services Interoperability group (WS-I) has completed work on some basic profiles and at the same time announced the completion of the organization's work. Stewardship over WS-I's assets, operations and mission will move to the OASIS ...

  • April 19, 2007 19 Apr'07

    Burton: IBM SOA registry/repository competes with UDDI

    The good news is that IBM has produced a technologically solid registry/repository, says a Burton Group report, but the bad news is that it largely ignores UDDI and works best with SOA implementations based exclusively on the WebSphere platform.

  • February 08, 2007 08 Feb'07

    Forrester narrows list of specs for Web services

    The number of standards and specifications for Web services messaging may seem overwhelming, but Forrester analyst Randy Heffner has narrowed it down to a few for tech conservatives and a few more for the more daring.

  • February 06, 2007 06 Feb'07

    Anne Thomas Manes: Why SOA needs UDDI now

    The original definition of Web services included SOAP, WSDL and UDDI, but the latter was often ignored, until now, as a Burton Group report says UDDI v3.0 is emerging as a key standard for SOA registry and repository technology.

  • December 27, 2006 27 Dec'06

    The top SOA/Web services stories of 2006, part 2

    The second part of this look back at the past year includes users deploying SOA, the advent of governance, acquisition mania and the uncertain future of Java.

  • January 28, 2004 28 Jan'04

    2004: A leap year for service-oriented architectures

    Now that it's 2004, it's time for the rubber to hit the road for SOAs. ZapThink analyst Ron Schmelzer explores the topic in-depth in this commentary.