Web services transaction specifications
- October 29, 2009
Express Logic joined with Real-Time Logic to integrate a Web server with an RTOS. Supported are Web services including SOAP, XML-RPC and JSON-RPC.
- December 29, 2006
WS-Policy, which has been in the W3C process since April, is progressing quickly towards the goal of becoming an approved W3C standard in the coming year.
- November 08, 2006
Venerable integration vendor lets recently acquired SOA governance technology maintain its branding and mature at its startup pace.
- September 07, 2006
SOA and BPM tools can play well together in enterprises but one of the challenges vendors face is convincing customers that BPM is ready for prime time.
- February 14, 2006
BEA Systems' first major upgrade to the former Plumtree portal product features extensive business process management tooling in the hopes of making it an integration point for SOA.
- 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 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.
- 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.
- July 21, 2005
Looking to bring separate levels of abstraction together, model-driven architecture proponents are building deeper ties to service-oriented architecture.
- June 07, 2005
New choreography tools for service-oriented architectures enable developers to define how multiple parties can collaborate in a peer-to-peer environment.