Presentation: "Emerging Web Services Standards for Complex Service Oriented Architectures"
Tuesday 14:00 - 14:45, Public Room
With the broad adoption of Web services we find an explosion in standards
activity that can confuse the most adept amongst us as we follow and decode the
activities and products that support them.
Core Web services built on a basic stack of SOAP, WSDL, UDDI and XML to provide
Messaging, Discovery and Description services are generally accepted and
understood within the community. But the architecture and standards layers don't
New and emerging standards build the necessary layers of architecture support
for the Plug and Play Business embracing : Security ( with Liberty, XACML and
SAML ), Reliable Messaging (with WS-RM), Transactions, Coordination and
Choreography (with BPEL4WS, WSCI) with an end game of business process
standardisation through ebXML and RosettaNet and compute resource on demand from
Grid services through the GLOBUS alliance.
This session tries to unscramble the architecture and acronym soup and clearly
explains the differences and details of the standards and how they fit together
into an SOA approach for software development and organisational collaboration
and maps these standards into a forward vision for the Oracle technology stack.
Emerging Web Services Standards for Complex Service Oriented Architectures
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