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  • More on Web Syndication: Atom 1.0

    Ed Tittel discusses the increasingly popular Atom 1.0 and how it provides Really Simple Syndication.

  • The Lego® model of SOA

    Jason Bloomberg uses the analogy of Lego blocks to discuss the technical benefits of SOA and places them in a sufficiently explanatory business context.

  • IDEs for Web Services - NetBeans

    William Brogden look at what's new in Java SE 6 that is related to XML and Web services and discusses NetBeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE).

  • Syndicated content: RSS aggregators and more

    Ed Tittel discusses the client side of RSS feeds and how one goes about grabbing or searching syndicated Web content, and then trying to make sense of its contents.

  • Why composition is not development

    Ronald Schmelzer discusses how moving forward with SOA requires understanding the key differences between the composers and developers.

  • The WS-Policy Story

    William Brogden defines WS-Policy and whether it will help developers coordinate all of the various specifications related to Web services.

  • An SOA case study: Agility in practice

    This is a case study from ING Card, it describes the first phase of their SOA implementation, with services that are hard-wired rather than dynamically discoverable. It illustrates how even this st...

  • CardSpace: Microsoft's latest for identity management

    Daniel Rubio reviews the overall digital identity landscape and one of the latest approaches to surface in the identity management space, Microsoft's CardSpace.

  • Thinking outside the SOA box

    Jason Bloomberg discusses thinking outside the SOA box in order to maximize business value.

  • Web syndication stuff: The garden of the forking paths

    This is the second tip in an ongoing series by Ed Tittel on the Web syndication specifications, tools and technologies.

  • An SOA practices checklist for implementation roadmaps

    This article provides a master list of common practices, field proven by a number of SOA projects. Also supplied is a template that can be used as a checklist for developing SOA implementation road...

  • REST versus SOAP - the SOAP story

    William Brogden digs into where the standards muscle of SOAP and its associated toolkits can trump the simpler style of REST.

  • Web Syndication and the RDF

    Ed Tittel discusses the evolution of RDF from its conception and how it provides a well-documented way to represent metadata about Web resources.

  • Grid services via Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA

    Daniel Rubio discusses grid and the issues dealing with the new wave of Web-services-enabling technologies.

  • XML Topic Maps for organized data

    Ed Tittel explains the purpose XML Topic Maps and describes interesting ways to put this technology to work.

  • SOA infrastructure: Mediation and orchestration

    In a four-part series we will examine the most common SOA infrastructure requirements, their various degrees of complexity and how organizations can take an incremental approach towards SOA infrast...

  • Should services be stateful?

    Ronald Schmelzer discusses the controversy over loose coupling and its abilities to stay stateless while planning and implement SOA.

  • REST versus SOAP - the REST story

    William Brogden discusses the creation of REST and its implications as a style rather than a standard of Web services.

  • RELAX NG, the XML Schema alternative

    Ed Tittel discusses why those who need to build schemas for XML documents or document collections and have been frustrated by XML Schema may find RELAX NG a preferable alternative.

  • An SOA call to arms

    Adam Michelson looks at the current state of SOA and lays out what needs to be done to take it from a promising idea to an installed and working practice.