WS Security Web services security standards
- July 21, 2008
Major League Baseball adopts Web 2.0 to authenticate home run balls for fans and provide umpires with the latest game time weather reports.
- July 17, 2008
Despite technical adherence to standards, ESBs from different vendors still don't play well with others, argues John Michelsen, chief architect at iTKO Inc.
- 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.
- March 11, 2008
Liberty Alliance offers an open-source version of its privacy and security tools for Java developers working on Web 2.0 applications.
- 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.
- April 12, 2007
Startups often provide innovations in software technology, but as big SOA fish gobble up the small fry faster than you can say "food chain," is creativity dead in the water? Fear not, say industry analysts.
- 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.
- May 12, 2006
Web services management products provide the broadest range of capabilities; WS-Policy will be key down the road, analyst says.
- January 19, 2006
Andrew Nash is the chief technology officer at Reactivity Inc. He is the co-author of numerous Web Services specifications including WS-Security, WS-Trust, WS-Federation, WS-SecureConversation and WS-SecurityPolicy. Previously he was a director of ...
- January 09, 2006
Burton Group report says WS-Security is "ready for prime time" and enterprises should start building a comprehensive plan that encompasses both transport- and application-level security.
- December 15, 2005
A host of Web services transaction and security specifications designed to improve quality of service hit the standards track in 2005. Design and implementation specifications also arose and JBI caused a dust up among Java vendors.
- November 22, 2005
The federated identity specification SAML 2.0 just went through its latest round of interoperability testing with IBM, NEC, NTT and RSA Security demonstrating they can share identity inside a Web services network.
- September 08, 2005
A new Burton Group report recommends a blended approach to securing Web services, including management software and XML devices.
- August 29, 2005
According to IBM's top standards developers, a wave of new specifications for reliable messaging, transactions and automated business processes using Web services should enter standards bodies before the end of the year.
- July 05, 2005
Cisco's planned foray into application-oriented networking helps elevate the work of the early pioneers.