SOA and Identity management

  • October 19, 2005 19 Oct'05

    Building a universal Web services ID

    To date, passing credentials between Windows systems and other parts of an SOA has been challenging, but Reactivity Inc. believes it has fixed the problem.

  • September 08, 2005 08 Sep'05

    Burton report: Tackling security inside SOA

    A new Burton Group report recommends a blended approach to securing Web services, including management software and XML devices.

  • August 19, 2004 19 Aug'04

    Web services pose identity management challenges

    Since Web services often interact with applications inside and outside the firewall, identity management is a growing challenge. Experts say a combination of good policies and cutting-edge security technology might be the best answer.

  • July 26, 2004 26 Jul'04

    The pros and cons of securing Web services with SSL

    Pankaj Kumar has an eye for security. With more than 14 years of software development experience to his credit, the Hewlett-Packard Co. technical architect is now developing Web services-based technology for HP's OpenView platform. Kumar has been...

  • October 27, 2003 27 Oct'03

    Map data is wrongly handled

    There are a surprising number of business applications that require access to map data. The creation of maps and related data is the responsibility the Ordnance Survey in the UK and some form of license is required. Steve Barrie comments in this ...

  • May 13, 2002 13 May'02

    Product Review: IONA E2A Collaborate

    IONA's Web Services Integration Platform supports several standards including ebXML, RosettaNet, cXML, xCBL, and EDI. Adapters are provided for technologies, such as CORBA, J2EE, JMS, and IBM's MQSeries. In addition, IONA has adapters for ...

  • February 15, 2002 15 Feb'02

    Quick Takes: RealNames announces keyword registration Web service

    In Quick Takes, RealNames announces a way to ease Internet navigation using Web services, Penton Media announced details on its Nextware XML and Web services conference and PolarLake announces an enterprise Web services platform.

  • November 19, 2001 19 Nov'01

    In the Age of Smart Infrastructure, page 3

    During the past 30 years, we have seen the Internet change from a basic set of transport protocols to an expansive application platform that supports complicated transactions and large-scale data transport. But during the past two years we have ...