• Common data API options

    Developers new to the world of Web services tend to think only in HTTP terms. There are many ways to transport data produced by your service to your client. These start with venerable sockets proto...

  • Ajax and Flex try to co-exist inside RIA development

    Ajax and Flex are complementary not competitors in rich Internet application (RIA) development for service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications, Adobe's Flex evangelist argues.

  • Web 2.0 at the old ballgame

    Major League Baseball adopts Web 2.0 to authenticate home run balls for fans and provide umpires with the latest game time weather reports.

  • BPEL4People and WS-HT get reference implementation

    Although BPEL4People and WS-HT aren't fully ratified standards, Active EndPoints Inc., one of the leaders of the standards effort, is incorporating them into its new tools for BPM and SOA design an...

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  • Chapter of the week: Advanced Messaging, Metadata and Security

    This chapter, excerpted from Service-Oriented Architecture: Concepts, Technology, and Design, focuses on the various WS-* extensions that govern specific areas of the SOAP messaging framework. It also looks at the creation and exchange of meta... 

  • Chapter of the Week: Reliable Messaging

    This chapter, excerpted from Web Services Platform Architecture, focuses on WS-Reliable Messaging and its potential for becoming the unified interoperability standard for reliable messaging for Web services. 

  • Ajax and Flex try to co-exist inside RIA development

    Ajax and Flex are complementary not competitors in rich Internet application (RIA) development for service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications, Adobe's Flex evangelist argues. 

  • Web 2.0 at the old ballgame

    Major League Baseball adopts Web 2.0 to authenticate home run balls for fans and provide umpires with the latest game time weather reports. 

  • BPEL4People and WS-HumanTask get reference implementation

    Although BPEL4People and WS-HT aren't fully ratified standards, Active EndPoints Inc., one of the leaders of the standards effort, is incorporating them into its new tools for BPM and SOA design and development. 

  • Apache releases open source ESB

    The Apache Foundation's Synapse project is releasing Apache Synapse 1.1, an open source enterprise service bus (ESB), which offers asynchronous support for HTTP and HTTPS and "very high scalability under load, supporting thousands of concurrent conne... 

  • OASIS okays ebXML messaging standard

    OASIS, the international open standards consortium, today announced that its members have approved ebXML Messaging Services (ebMS) version 3.0, which defines a Web services-based method for the reliable, secure exchange of business information. The n... 

  • Mule extending Web services capabilities

    MuleSource will extend the Web services capabilities of its open source products as it brings onboard Dan Diephouse, the developer who created the XFire SOAP framework. He said he will focus on expanding Web services capabilities including improved s... 

  • WSDL 2.0 finalized

    W3C announced it has finished work on Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 2.0 with full support for HTTP, and SOAP. "In addition to the rigorous interoperability testing, we're pleased to have given developers the HTTP binding, which provides si... 

  • WS-ReliableMessaging voted OASIS Standard

    Web Services Reliable Messaging (WS-ReliableMessaging) version 1.1 won final approval as an OASIS standard, the international open standards consortium announced today. "WS-ReliableMessaging allows messages to be transferred reliably despite failures... 

  • RabbitMQ provides high performance messaging

    RabbitMQ is an implementation of Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP), an emerging standard for high performance enterprise messaging. "AMQP was specifically designed to help commoditize the messaging market place, something until now dominated b... 

  • Quality of service standards coming for Web services

    According to IBM's top standards developers, a wave of new specifications for reliable messaging, transactions and automated business processes using Web services should enter standards bodies before the end of the year. 

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  • Common data API options

    Developers new to the world of Web services tend to think only in HTTP terms. There are many ways to transport data produced by your service to your client. These start with venerable sockets protocols and even include e-mail as a potential communica... 

  • What is reliable messaging? Part 2

    In this second part of a two-part article, we'll look at two competing proposals for a reliable messaging standard: WS-Reliable Messaging and WS-Reliability. 

  • What is reliable messaging?

    Reliable messaging 

  • IT market hears RFID message loud and clear

    RFID technology is being hailed as the next big thing in IT. Will it change the way we do everything from buy gas to ship oil? Maybe. First it has to get through some obstacles. 

  • Deployment Profile: Yellow Transportation delivers three Web services, part two

    We take an inside look at how Yellow's Web services work, at the challenges faced by Yellow when building them, and on the lessons the company learned during the process. 

  • No more babysitting backups

    Heartland Payment Systems installed a SuperDLT from Overland Data to meet increasing storage needs and ultimately save money. 

  • Common data API options

    Developers new to the world of Web services tend to think only in HTTP terms. There are many ways to transport data produced by your service to your client. These start with venerable sockets protocols and even include e-mail as a potential communica... 

  • Ajax and Flex try to co-exist inside RIA development

    Ajax and Flex are complementary not competitors in rich Internet application (RIA) development for service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications, Adobe's Flex evangelist argues. 

  • Web 2.0 at the old ballgame

    Major League Baseball adopts Web 2.0 to authenticate home run balls for fans and provide umpires with the latest game time weather reports. 

  • BPEL4People and WS-HumanTask get reference implementation

    Although BPEL4People and WS-HT aren't fully ratified standards, Active EndPoints Inc., one of the leaders of the standards effort, is incorporating them into its new tools for BPM and SOA design and development. 

  • Apache releases open source ESB

    The Apache Foundation's Synapse project is releasing Apache Synapse 1.1, an open source enterprise service bus (ESB), which offers asynchronous support for HTTP and HTTPS and "very high scalability under load, supporting thousands of concurrent conne... 

  • OASIS okays ebXML messaging standard

    OASIS, the international open standards consortium, today announced that its members have approved ebXML Messaging Services (ebMS) version 3.0, which defines a Web services-based method for the reliable, secure exchange of business information. The n... 

  • Mule extending Web services capabilities

    MuleSource will extend the Web services capabilities of its open source products as it brings onboard Dan Diephouse, the developer who created the XFire SOAP framework. He said he will focus on expanding Web services capabilities including improved s... 

  • WSDL 2.0 finalized

    W3C announced it has finished work on Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 2.0 with full support for HTTP, and SOAP. "In addition to the rigorous interoperability testing, we're pleased to have given developers the HTTP binding, which provides si... 

  • WS-ReliableMessaging voted OASIS Standard

    Web Services Reliable Messaging (WS-ReliableMessaging) version 1.1 won final approval as an OASIS standard, the international open standards consortium announced today. "WS-ReliableMessaging allows messages to be transferred reliably despite failures... 

  • RabbitMQ provides high performance messaging

    RabbitMQ is an implementation of Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP), an emerging standard for high performance enterprise messaging. "AMQP was specifically designed to help commoditize the messaging market place, something until now dominated b... 

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About Reliable messaging standards

Reliability of Web services is impacted by several factors including but not limited to, the reliability of the Web service end-points; reliability characteristics of the communication channel over which the Web services are accessed; performance and fault-tolerance characteristics and the extent to which Web services can handle concurrent client access. Find the latest information on reliable messaging standards resources for architects, developers and IT management working on SOA and Web services projects.