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The Reference Model for SOA is an OASIS standard. It provides a vocabulary for service-oriented applications that allows people to achieve a common understanding when they talk about services. This talk will explain how to use the reference model in discussions with vendors, stakeholders, development staff, business analysts, and others who participate in the development of services. This will permit everyone to speak the same language when planning, architecting, developing, and using a SOA. Michael Stiefel is principal of Reliable Software. A consultant on software architecture and development, and the alignment of information technology with business goals, his current work involves training in distributed applications development, software best practices, in .NET, C#, Web services, C++, and SQL Server. He also advises on IT strategy and planning, including budg... (more)

DataServices World 2008 West: m2mi CEO Geoff Brown to Reveal the Key to Scalable Data Services

How can security standards such as Open Authorization and Semantics be used to bind Cloud-based services to form a robust trust model? The answer to this question will be given by Geoff Brown, Founder & CEO of m2mi Corporation, in a breakout session at DataServices World 2008 West in San Jose, CA. Brown will focus on the use case of GlobalLockBox.com, one of the most comprehensive cloud-based applications available today - spanning the Apple iPhone through to the desktop and finally large scale servers. In his presentation, called in full "Modeling & Machine Intelligence: The Key... (more)

Web Services Expected to Drive Total Software, Services, and Hardware Opportunity to $34 Billion by 2007, Says IDC

(March 18, 2002) – Web services are playing an increasingly important role in integration initiatives – so important that IDC predicts the total software, services and hardware opportunity derived from Web services will catapult from $1.6 billion in 2004 to $34 billion by 2007. According to IDC, the Web services opportunity is very sensitive to the packaging and price of the total solution, resulting from the counterintuitive impact of prospect demographics. "A rush to market with complex solutions that fail to provide business benefits at reasonable costs for small businesses wi... (more)

XMLSPY 5 Release 3 Incorporates Enhanced Support for Microsoft .NET, Oracle XML DB, Web Services, and Document Publishing

(January 28, 2003) - Altova's XMLSPY 5 Release 3 is out, offering enhanced developer support for various widely used enterprise technologies including .NET, Oracle XML DB, Web services, and more. The new version of XMLSPY is available immediately for free trial download. Key new features in XML SPY 5 Release 3 include: The XMLSPY 5 Code Generator now supports Microsoft C# code generation to accelerate application development on the Microsoft .NET platform. Use XMLSPY to Model data elements in XML Schema, then XMLSPY can auto-generate C# class (data bindings) corresponding to elem... (more)

Securing XML Web Services:Sean Rhody among industry experts in Netegrity's Web seminar series

(September 9, 2003) - A three-part Web seminar series from Netegrity will help demystify Web services security standards, components, and solutions. The series will provide an overview of current and evolving Web services security standards, explain the components and technologies that make up a Web services security infrastructure, and introduce TransactionMinder, the only centralized, policy-based security solution that meets the needs of high-value Web services projects. Guest speakers include Michael Mosher, technology director, CSC; Sean Rhody, Web services solution architec... (more)