- December 08, 2008
IBM and Oracle lead effort to speed up Web services interoperability testing and best practices with creation of open community of vendors and their corporate customers.
- May 31, 2006
A Burton analyst says the WS-* security stack is on track, but organizations still need to think through security policies and implement a layered security strategy inside an SOA.
- October 26, 2005
Seen as critical to building out an SOA, Web services standards defining credentials management, extended conversations and security policies have been submitted to OASIS.
- August 04, 2005
With three more WS-* specs on their way to OASIS, and proof that multiple federated identity protocols can co-exist, the Web services world is getting more secure.
- May 09, 2005
Converging standards, industry consolidation and specialized appliances are helping making Web services more secure, and manageable.
- July 15, 2004
A new Burton Group report urges Microsoft and IBM to submit their WS-* security specification to OASIS.
- July 31, 2003
As the noise of secure communications and identity management continues unabated and vendors clamour at the door, Microsoft's recent announcement of Web Services Enhancements 2.0 might have been missed. John McIntosh reviews WSE 2.0 and comments on ...
- April 28, 2003
This article argues that Web services should not be fully adopted until the standards are more finalized, but that companies should adopt them in a basic form for the time being.