OASIS SOA and Web services standards
- March 24, 2008
Although BPEL4People and WS-HT aren't fully ratified standards, Active EndPoints Inc., one of the leaders of the standards effort, is incorporating them into its new tools for BPM and SOA design and development.
- June 13, 2007
The policy requirements of service-oriented architecture (SOA) require major vendors, including IBM, Oracle and BEA Systems Inc. to demonstrate XACML interoperability.
- January 04, 2007
James Bryce Clark, director of standards development for OASIS, talks about how his organization drove a stake in the ground with its SOA Reference Model, defining what SOA is and is not.
- October 17, 2006
SOA-RM from OASIS attempts to set a standard definition for what is meant by the term service-oriented architecture.
- May 10, 2006
Supporting standards and even the pronunciation of the acronym are still up in the air as a panel of architects concludes that SOA is still a work in progress.
- May 09, 2006
Former CIO for Massachusetts argues for firing any CIO who "blindly buys Microsoft" rather than moving toward open source and open standards software.
- November 02, 2005
SOA may seem like a radical technical concept to some, but OASIS plans to use it as a grounding point for the even loftier and more abstract notion of the Semantic Web.
- October 12, 2005
Three new Web services specifications concerning transactions have become formal projects inside the OASIS standards body with the hope that all three become full-fledged standards within a year.
- August 15, 2005
To tackle real-world use cases and dispel much of the confusion concerning Web services adoption, OASIS has formed a committee that will build user-centric SOA blueprints.
- May 03, 2005
A new OASIS specification aims to eliminate all ambiguity surrounding service-oriented archcitectures, once and for all.
- March 15, 2005
OASIS approved the long-anticipated SAML Version 2.0 on Monday, formalizing a key standard for federated security.
- March 07, 2005
OASIS took big strides with its security standards last week, ratifying XACML 2.0 and reaching several milestones with SAML 2.0.
- October 25, 2004
OASIS announced the formation of four new technical committees that will support the Data Center Markup Language (DCML) specification.
- August 31, 2004
OASIS announced Monday that it would take over development of the Data Center Markup Language.
- July 15, 2004
A new Burton Group report urges Microsoft and IBM to submit their WS-* security specification to OASIS.