- December 19, 2002
SearchWebServices.com Site Editor Brent Sheets offers his thoughts on what to expect from the Web services industry in 2003.
- December 19, 2002
Sun has chosen to park BEA's 'Rolls Royce' WebLogic application server alongside its 'Toyota truck' Sun ONE software. In doing so, it hopes customers will be able to get what they want while still running it all on Solaris, but will it work? The451 ...
- December 10, 2002
User management has always been an issue for organizations, but Web services throws up new security and management issues that major players are now looking to address through partnerships and acquisitions. The451 has the scoop on which smaller ...
- November 27, 2002
Sticking to standards is important when developing best practices for Web services, but experts at Comdex Fall 2002 said it is just as important to plan how a Web service will integrate with other technologies and whether it will replace or augment ...
- November 13, 2002
It was Fred Brooks that gave us that vivid image of the mortal struggles of great beasts of prehistory in the tar pits. Today the struggle continues, it's just there are different beasts, and the criteria for the survival of the fittest is ...
- November 04, 2002
Computer Associates isn't trying to be all things to all people when it comes to Web services, but it does believe it has an edge in making Web services "accessible to humans" with portals and legacy-to-Web development tools. One of CA's top ...
- October 31, 2002
Vignette sought to extend its lead in the content management space with the unexpected acquisition of portal vendor Epicentric. It's said that the buy-out will cost Vignette around $32 million in cash and stock but it's a wise move that should pay ...
- October 24, 2002
Though Meta Group promised fireworks this week when it brought together representatives from major Web services platform vendors, including Microsoft and Sun, they all cordially agreed that business leaders must play a major role in their companies'...
- October 16, 2002
One of Oracle's top Web services gurus says that getting a choreography standard in place will be critical to the evolution of Web services. Oracle's director of Web services standards believes a common choreography will be key for advanced ...
- September 30, 2002
Web services are more evolutionary than revolutionary, building upon earlier service-oriented technologies and approaches to distributed computing. Web services are standards-based, but open standards are really only the price of admission. The true...
- September 25, 2002
Software AG looks to capitalize on Web services
- September 23, 2002
As if the technology behind Web services wasn't confusing enough, Web services management products are coming to market with an equal amount of non-clarity. Simply put, Web services management is the orchestration of distributed service components ...
- August 16, 2002
Vultus offers a window to Web services
- August 01, 2002
Web services can provide a better approach for application rationalization, project scoping and management. In this article, CBDi Forum considers one of the more complex systems application areas currently being hotly debated - the UK's National ...
- July 29, 2002
Web services represent a significant new phase in the evolution of software development. As such they are attracting a great deal of media and industry hype. Vendors from all areas of the market are claiming leadership in the Web service arena, most...