Introduction, Integration and Securing Web Services Part 3

Alright, as I promised this is the third part of the summary describing what we are currently working on to help people developing distributed applications using Web services using WSE 3.0. This time we are going to drill down into the Security Token Service quickstart that I mentioned before. Web Service Security: Scenarios, Patterns and Implementations…

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Help us to help you build mission-critical connected systems

Not sure if you have read Don’s blog yet (http://blogs.msdn.com/donsmith/archive/2005/11/28/497380.aspx) but just in case you haven’t this is your opportunity to influence what guidance our team focuses on for the next 6 – 9 months. We have put together a comprehensive survey to better understand the technical challenges that you and your organization would like…

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Introduction, Integration and Securing Web Services Part 2

It is Tuesday morning just one day before Thanksgiving. Leant my friend my car as his was in an accident and just realized the keys to my office were on the key ring. So I am not sitting in a corridor waiting for MS security to let me in. So figured it was a perfect…

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Introduction, Integration and Securing Web Services

I’m Jason Hogg, a Program Manager on the Microsoft patterns & practices team. Myself and a cast of patterns & practices rock stars including Don Smith (http://blogs.msdn.com/donsmith/), Jonathan Wanagel, David Trowbridge, Larry Brader, Nelly Delgado and many more are responsible for planning and developing guidance relating to Integration. For the last 9 months we have been focusing on…

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