- July 20, 2005
With Open Source Web Single Sign-On, Sun Microsystems hopes to stir community and innovation in the Web and identity management arena - but some users smell a marketing ploy.
- June 28, 2005
With the acquisition of integration vendor SeeBeyond, Sun Microsystems establishes itself as a frontline player in the middleware market.
- June 27, 2005
At the JavaOne conference, Sun Microsystems unveiled new open source initiatives designed to keep itself and Java relevant in the emerging service-oriented architecture space.
- June 20, 2005
Systinet diversified its product stack today, adding a Web services policy manager to an upgraded UDDI registry.
- June 15, 2005
Edmund Smith, a software engineer at EMB, in Cambridge, England, recently co-authored a white paper, "Rethinking the Java SOAP Stack," with Steve Loughran, a scientist from HP Labs in Bristol, England. In the white paper, the authors make the ...
- May 31, 2005
A new Smart Controls feature in Logidex 3.6 helps organizations better manage and reuse artifacts in the software development life cycle.
- May 26, 2005
New multi-mode processing from Reactivity tackles large XML payloads, along with the security threats and performance bottlenecks that accompany them.
- May 23, 2005
Sun Microsystems is the latest in a series of vendors to announce an SOA services practice.
- May 19, 2005
As organizations evolve their Web services efforts toward SOA, they are looking for management solutions that go beyond traditional systems management capabilities.
- May 18, 2005
Service Integrity will add IBM's Common Base Event autonomic technology, adding self-healing capabilities to its SIFT software suite.
- May 09, 2005
Converging standards, industry consolidation and specialized appliances are helping making Web services more secure, and manageable.
- April 05, 2005
Perl, Python and Hypertext PreProcessor (PHP) are powering production-scale enterprise systems. But their support for Web services is still weak, according to a report.
- March 31, 2005
While Hewlett-Packard is chanting the benefits of Web services management standards, Forrester thinks the celebrations are premature.
- March 09, 2005
As companies embrace service-oriented architecture, the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) continues to gain traction as a means to weave Web services into meaningful business processes. While BPEL allows existing services to be orchestrated...
- March 01, 2005
The Web services performance market flourishes with hardware and software tools, not to mention a slew of best practices.