• BPEL app checks for fraud, cuts down on code

    Verizon Wireless employed Oracle BPEL Manager with a rules engine to study call patterns. That led to a reduction in lines of Java code for an app that provides fraud detection teams with better in...

  • Oracle maps heterogeneous data services strategy

    This week Oracle Corp. released its Oracle Data Integration Suite, which the company says provides a heterogeneous data services strategy for service-oriented architecture (SOA) implementations. Th...

  • Security and Ajax

    This chapter discusses security-related concerns that have particular implications for Ajax.

  • XML Web services

    This chapter looks at the pluses and minues of implementing and consuming Web services in a .NET environment.

XML security

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  • Verizon uses BPEL app to cut down on code, check for fraud, and go green

    Verizon Wireless employed Oracle BPEL Manager with a rules engine to study call patterns. That led to a reduction in lines of Java code for an app that provides fraud detection teams with better information for decision making. It also used less hard... 

  • Oracle maps heterogeneous data services strategy for SOA

    This week Oracle Corp. released its Oracle Data Integration Suite, which the company says provides a heterogeneous data services strategy for service-oriented architecture (SOA) implementations. The Oracle technology will create data services from in... 

  • SOA, Web services create software security challenges

    Service-oriented architecture (SOA), Web services and Web 2.0 technologies increase the attack surface of applications, creating new challenges for software testers and developers. Unlike legacy mainframe and client/server applications, which had a l... 

  • The case against WS-Security

    The WS-Security stack can be compromised by hackers, Brad Hill a researcher at ISecpartners, said at a recent security conference. He advocates going back to the established secure socket layers (SSL) mechanisms of ensuring secured transport, and arg... 

  • Forum boosts Web services credit security

    Forum Systems Inc., the SOA and Web Services security infrastructure vendor, today announced the release of a Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) security module. It help organizations handling credit card payments via Web services... 

  • Security issues seen hampering Web 2.0

    Web browser developers say they are still plagued with security issues that may hamper the development and adoption of Web 2.0. At a panel during a Web 2.0 conference, Chris Wilson, the platform architect for Internet Explorer, quipped that the safes... 

  • New WS-I profile meshes SOA security and interoperability

    It was always possible to make SOAP messages secure, says the Burton Group's Anne Thomas Manes, but the new WS-I Basic Security Profile now makes it easier for Web services developers to ensure interoperability. 

  • Web services security standards approved

    Two Web services security standards, WS-SecureConversation version 1.3, and WS-Trust version 1.3, received final approval from the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Systems (OASIS). WS-SecureConversation allows security conte... 

  • Cisco fans 'fire' in SOA appliance market

    Cisco's purchase of Reactivity this week reflects the processing and security demands SOA is putting on the traditional network, which is fueling demand for XML appliances, vendors say. 

  • XQuery, the SQL for SOA, wins final W3C approval

    W3C finally approved XQuery 1.0, a language that it believes will provide SOA and Web services developers a standard way of handling XML data, much as SQL did for relational data in the client/server era. 

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  • Verizon uses BPEL app to cut down on code, check for fraud, and go green

    Verizon Wireless employed Oracle BPEL Manager with a rules engine to study call patterns. That led to a reduction in lines of Java code for an app that provides fraud detection teams with better information for decision making. It also used less hard... 

  • Oracle maps heterogeneous data services strategy for SOA

    This week Oracle Corp. released its Oracle Data Integration Suite, which the company says provides a heterogeneous data services strategy for service-oriented architecture (SOA) implementations. The Oracle technology will create data services from in... 

  • Security and Ajax

    This chapter discusses security-related concerns that have particular implications for Ajax. 

  • XML Web services

    This chapter looks at the pluses and minues of implementing and consuming Web services in a .NET environment. 

  • SOA, Web services create software security challenges

    Service-oriented architecture (SOA), Web services and Web 2.0 technologies increase the attack surface of applications, creating new challenges for software testers and developers. Unlike legacy mainframe and client/server applications, which had a l... 

  • Efficient XML Interchange tackles data verbosity

    Coming out of the work on Binary XML, Efficient XML Interchange compresses the notoriously verbose data format on top of adding processing efficiency. 

  • XML to DDL imports, synchronizes database schemata

    Ed Tittel discusses xml2ddl, a data integration and management tool for those using one of the supported target databases. 

  • The case against WS-Security

    The WS-Security stack can be compromised by hackers, Brad Hill a researcher at ISecpartners, said at a recent security conference. He advocates going back to the established secure socket layers (SSL) mechanisms of ensuring secured transport, and arg... 

  • XQuery 1.0: A long time coming, now what?

    While the XQuery 1.0 specification may have taken years to get finalized, major database engines already support it. XML guru Ed Tittel notes that there's a massive reservoir of available information on XQuery as well, making it a standard that's imm... 

  • Forum boosts Web services credit security

    Forum Systems Inc., the SOA and Web Services security infrastructure vendor, today announced the release of a Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) security module. It help organizations handling credit card payments via Web services... 

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Extensible Markup Language security is the protection of information assets through the use of technology, processes, and training. Find XML security tutorials and best practices for SOA and Web services security teams.