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  • Portal services to become key in SOA

    Expect superplatform players to dominate as portals become an extension of the underlying application platform, according to the Burton Group. 

  • Cape Clear puts Eclipse, network intelligence into ESB

    The latest enterprise service bus offering from Cape Clear Software steps well beyond its messaging roots, adding a full Eclipse IDE and server clustering tools. 

  • New SOA brainstorming site goes live

    The BrainStorm Group has launched a new Web site called SOAInstitute.org, designed to share best practices around the creation of service-oriented architecture. 

  • Liberty seeks authentication interop

    The Liberty Alliance Project has formed an expert group around interoperable security "strong authentication" in a federated network. "The group will expand this work beyond federation to build ID-SAFE (Identity Strong Authentication Framework), an o... 

  • Proponents say JBI helps define ESBs

    Several open source ESB initiatives are embracing JBI, giving it increased traction after some skepticism surrounding its initial launch. 

  • Microsoft, BEA fill out SOA visions

    Microsoft today released version 3.0 of its Web Services Enhancements while BEA Systems Inc. launched BEA Workshop Studio 3.0, its official version of the recently acquired M7 Corp. NitroX Java development environment. 

  • W3C releases candidate XSLT, XML Query and XPath 2.0 specs

    The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has published eight specifications as candidate recommendations for new XML transformation and query features. These recommendations represent a major change in XSLT, XQuery and XPath. The message from the W3C is t... 

  • Sun, Microsoft co-operate around platform interop

    Sun Microsystems plans to forge open source implementations of the key Web services specifications required to interoperate with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Microsoft's Web services platform. 

  • OASIS melds sci-fi, SOA

    SOA may seem like a radical technical concept to some, but OASIS plans to use it as a grounding point for the even loftier and more abstract notion of the Semantic Web. 

  • Web services security specs hit the standards track

    Seen as critical to building out an SOA, Web services standards defining credentials management, extended conversations and security policies have been submitted to OASIS.