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Web services are gaining acceptance as the prime technology used to interconnect disparate applications and ease interoperability between heterogeneous and autonomous systems both for internal and external integration. The variation of contexts in which shared Web services could be use...
Every now and then, an IT glitch makes national news. Just a few weeks ago, I read in the paper about an airline that mistakenly sold thousands of roundtrip tickets online at a fare of just a few dollars each. The airline lost hundreds of thousands of dollars from the mistake, though t...
I have a friend who's very into automobiles. He gets a new car every year or two - not expensive ones, but ones that can be used in stock racing (I know I'm getting the term wrong somehow) and time trials. He likes to drive and tries to get the most out of his vehicles. Recently, I wen...
Building truly collaborative systems relationships between organizations is a daunting challenge in today's business environment. While technologies such as Web services have risen to assist, true collaboration requires a far greater set of functionality.
Web services/SOA architect and guru Paul Lipton was speaking at a technical conference recently when he overheard someone well-respected in this field say something along these lines: 'You have to know how well your SOA is running. Knowing the overall health and responsiveness of your ...
The IT industry has seen various milestones. Some of the major milestones are the introduction of Desktop PCs, Windows platform, C language, the evolution of OOPS and C++, Internet technologies, and JAVA. WSRP has all of the necessary characteristics for becoming a member of this elite...
As organizations bravely venture into the world of Web services, they grapple with the age-old question - where do we begin? The main challenge that I have seen with key stakeholders looking to move towards the agile enterprise is solving the dilemma of which approach to take, top down...