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  • Cape Clear joins Eclipse

    A week after it unveiled a full Eclipse integration inside version 6.5 of its enterprise service bus, Cape Clear Software Inc. has joined the Eclipse Foundation with the intention of working on projects ranging from SOA to Web tools. 

  • JBoss adds Arjuna transactions to SOA stack

    JBoss Inc. has acquired the proprietary Arjuna Transaction Service Suite with the plans of turning it into an open source offering and adding to the company's developing SOA platform. 

  • Tech giants get behind new SOA programming model

    Combining Service Component Architecture and Service Data Objects, a new SOA programming model aims to simplify the development of next-generation services. 

  • Microsoft gearing up for Web services

    With Google in its crosshairs, Microsoft looks to capitalize on subscription and ad revenues as the pendulum swings back to delivering software as a service. 

  • Binary XML runs into dissent

    W3C yesterday announced its plans to make sure the proposed Binary XML format is compatible with other XML schema, but some see the work as a blind alley that won't solve nagging XML performance issues. 

  • Pi4 brings Calculus to SOA choreography

    Pi4 Technologies has released version 1.3 of its W3C Choreography Description Language-based open source tool called Pi Calculus for SOA. It allows developers to deploy Java Web services in Apache's Axis environment from a WS-CDL choreography descrip... 

  • W3C looks for XML efficiency

    The W3C has created the Efficient XML Interchange Working Group, tasked with ensuring that W3C's proposed Binary XML integrates with other XML formats. 

  • SAML gains momentum

    The federated identity specification SAML 2.0 just went through its latest round of interoperability testing with IBM, NEC, NTT and RSA Security demonstrating they can share identity inside a Web services network. 

  • Microsoft opts for WS-Federation over SAML

    Microsoft plans to support its own WS-Federation protocol instead of the more widely adopted Security Assertions Markup Language (SAML) 2.0, which the company says lacks messaging and transaction support. 

  • Software AG adds Google map integrator

    Taking advantage of the most popular Ajax-based service on the planet, Software AG has added functionality to import and integrate Google maps with other applications to its Composite Application Integrator product.