- November 13, 2001
The Object Management Group is meeting to set new Web services standards and Chutney Technologies is selling a product to attack Web application bottlenecks.
- October 24, 2001
The industry has to clearly outline the advantages of Web services if they want the technology to catch on in business.
- October 23, 2001
Nimble Technology has released a software platform to power Web services and Altova has readied a line of software tools for XML application development.
- October 23, 2001
Steve Vinoski continues his article, saying because Web services represent the evolution and convergence of EDI, traditional middleware, and the Web itself, some tend to exaggerate their capabilities. Some describe them as finally providing true ...
- October 18, 2001
There's still a lot of confusion as to what Web services can and can't do. We asked leading experts to briefly outline a real world use of Web services that provides business value. Here's what the experts had to say...
- September 19, 2001
A Web services conference is being planned and Linux programmers are gung ho on the Web services Internet application model.
- September 14, 2001
While many people agree that Web Services is a hot new technology, very few are sure about the exact definition of Web Services or the types of problems that can be solved by Web Services. Beyond agreeing that Web Services are defined using WSDL, ...
- September 13, 2001
The race to support emerging Web services standards is on. Integration software vendor webMethods said it will support current standards.
- August 21, 2001
During the last few years, companies like Amazon.com Inc., eBay Inc., and Yahoo Inc. have quickly been transformed from start-ups to well established multi-million dollar enterprises. However, the transition has not always been smooth. Regularly, ...
- July 25, 2001
Cape Clear unveils an application development tool for building and deploying Web services.
- July 13, 2001
Web services are likely to emerge in a much more orderly fashion than the chaotic spawning of ASPs, writes columnist Peter Buxbaum.
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