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Web Services Strategies

Beyond the technology, IT strategies for implementation of Web services by Doug Kaye.

IBM and Microsoft Diverging? Darryl Taft points out that WS-Routing is a Microsoft-only spec that the company has not submitted to W3C and has not been endorsed by IBM.

"Cooperating on the base standards is easy because people don't make money on just connecting things," said Eric Newcomer, chief technology officer of Iona Technologies plc., of Waltham, Mass. "But when you get into security or business processing or transaction processing, it gets harder to agree on things at that level, and companies start competing with each other. Whereas nobody ever competes on a better TCP/IP—everybody has that." [Source: eWeek]
Posted Tuesday, September 03, 2002 6:52:14 AM   

WS-Security: 6-24 Months to Go. "Phillip Hallam-Baker, principal scientist at VeriSign, has been helping to develop the WS-Security Web services security standard. His advice to anyone considering building Web services across the Net is to wait: He says it is likely to take between six months and two years to nail down the WS-Security specification that he helped to write."
Posted Tuesday, September 03, 2002 6:32:16 AM   



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