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There are a number of efforts to create standards for trust services (Web services that perform security functions for your infrastructure):
- OASIS Security Services Technical Committee has developed SAML, and OASIS Standard, which defines a standard way to represent and exchange security information in XML. It also defines a set of Web service interfaces for trust services, including single sign-on services and access control decision authorities.
- OASIS Digital Signature Services Technical Committee is developing the specifications for a set of trust services to support digital signature processing. This group has not yet produced a working draft.
- W3C XML Key Management Working Group is developing the XKMS 2.0 specification, which defines a set of trust services to manage encryption keys. This specification is a working draft.
Other efforts include:
- OASIS UDDI Specification Technical Committee is standardizing the UDDI V2 and UDDI V3 specifications. UDDI is an infrastructure-level Web service used to advertize and discover Web services.
- OASIS Web Services Distributed Management Technical Committee is developing a management architetcure that uses Web services to manage distributed application systems. This group has not yet produced a working draft. They are using a variety of distributed management standards and specifications as input.
- OASIS Web Services for Remote Portals Technical Committee is working with the OASIS Web Services for Interactive Applications Technical Committee to develop WSRP, a specification that describes a Web services framework to support remote portlets. This specification is now a working draft.
- OASIS Translation Web Services Technical Committee is developing a set of specification for Web services that provide translation services. This group has not yet developed a working draft.
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