- January 04, 2008
In part 1 of this interview with Toufic Boubez, chief technology officer for XML networking vendor Layer 7 Technologies Inc., he said the WS-Policy standard work at W3C is complete and that standard is being implemented. In part 2, he explains that ...
- May 17, 2007
Jeff Anders, director of solution marketing SAP AG's NetWeaver Developer Platform, was at JavaOne this month making a pitch for the new NetWeaver Composition Environment tool for standards-based service-oriented architecture (SOA) development. He ...
- May 02, 2006
Web Services Interoperability Organization starts work on Basic Profile 1.2, Basic Profile 2.0, and Reliable Secure Profile 1.0.
- December 16, 2004
The Web Services Interoperability organization announces a program for company's that support WS-I's work, but don't have the resources to join.
- August 25, 2004
RightNow Technologies, a hosted CRM vendor, extends its commitment to Web services by joining the WS-I.
- August 24, 2004
Interoperability is at the heart of new profiles from the Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I).
- May 18, 2004
The WS-I standards organization today released a working group draft of its Basic Security Profile at the Gartner Application Integration and Web Services Summit.
- March 18, 2004
SOAPtest 2.5 from Parasoft Inc. simplifies use of the WS-I's Basic Profile 1.0 testing tools.
- March 17, 2004
Is your Web service in line with the WS-I's Basic Profile? The organization today released the tools that let you find out.
- March 01, 2004
Webify Solutions Inc. announced that its health care relationship management software will be on display at an upcoming WS-I event.
- February 26, 2004
WS-I announced that its Security Scenarios Working Group draft was available for public review. The document details the security threats and challenges in building a Web service.
- January 15, 2004
The WS-I's board has voted to make drafts of the Basic Profile Attachments work publicly available for review and comment.
- December 18, 2003
Bowstreet said that it played a major role in solving interoperability issues that helped bring about the Web Services Interoperability Organization's recently released Sample Applications use cases.
- November 19, 2003
The Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) said on Tuesday that four technical standards groups, including OASIS and OMG, have become members of the industry consortium. The W3C declined an invitation to join.
- October 02, 2003
Parasoft has extended its SOAP-focused error-prevention software to support a new guideline for interoperable Web services.