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Last week The Open Group announced two new standards for architects; actually, more appro-priately, for service architects, SOA architects, and cloud architects. These standards are intended to help organizations more easily deploy service-based solutions rapidly and reliably especially in multi-vendor environments. These standards are the first product in a family of standards being developed for architects by The Open Group’s SOA Work Group. Other standards currently in development for SOA include the SOA Ontology, SOA Reference Architecture, and Service Oriented Infrastructure. Architecture standards are especially valuable for creating a common, shared language and understanding between service integrators, vendors and customers of all sizes. They provide a common foundation of understanding for the industry. Considering the who’s who of integrators involved in th... (more)

Toward Web Services Management Standards

The work being done in WSDM will lay a firm foundation for effective distributed system management, both leveraging the unifying strengths of Web services in the solution itself and addressing the specific requirements for managing what are rapidly becoming the universal glue in enterprise system design. The OASIS Web Services Distributed Management Technical Committee (WSDM TC) was chartered in March 2003 to recommend standards to address a problem that has been developing for many years. But with the widespread emergence of Web services and service-oriented architecture implem... (more)

Understanding the Web Services Vision

Web services is the latest trend in distributed computing. Based on sending XML messages that are transported over the HTTP protocol, the initial work has created a distributed computing model that is simple, easy, and lightweight. Most importantly, it works over the Internet. Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) has brought interoperability between disparate systems over the Internet, providing distributed computing based on open Web standards. This complements existing approaches to interoperability, for example CORBA or messaging standards. Web Services Description Language (... (more)