WS-Security Kerberos binding

Check out Industry News on the msdn WS page:WS-Security Kerberos Binding released! http://msdn.microsoft.com/webservices/understanding/specs/default.aspx?pull=/library/en-us/dnglobspec/html/ws-security-kerberos.asp  

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Writing articles again

I wasn’t writing an article meant for a magazine since a long time, back to the times I was working with virtual user interfaces in immersive environments…Now the topic is quite different (Web Services, of course;-)) but the pleasure of having the chance to publish is the same. I’ll give more details in the next…

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WS & SW

Yeees! I managed to have a palindrome post title 🙂 next stage is to make it bustrophedic… anyway it stands for Web Services and Small Words. Here it goes.   I recently had a very interesting discussion about if the increased size of messages in SOA in respect to traditional architectures is a bad thing under…

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Aaron on all the WSes that MS exposes today

Here you go: http://msdn.microsoft.com/webservices/default.aspx?pull=/msdnmag/issues/03/12/xmlfiles/default.aspx Those things push me in playful mood 🙂 but there’s still work to do. I’ll toy with it later.

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Formal tools for web services security

Feeling nostalgic about Pi calculus, theorem proving and all those nice things you were used to play with back at your university time? Jorgen Thelin gives you the chance to brush up your formal reasoning skills in association with web service security topic, by introducing project Samoa from MS Research: http://www.thearchitect.co.uk/weblog/archives/2003/11/000258.html That page is a real…

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What is the coupling level required by your service?

An interesting attempt by Jeff Schneider to quantify the effect that various factors have on the “coupling level” of a system. http://schneider.blogspot.com/couplingindex.htm 

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SOA & VS.NET in practice

This morning (Italy time zone) the MSDN home page had a pleasant surprise, a very good example of using VS.NET for architecting distributed system. http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/productinfo/enterprise/default.aspx?pull=/library/en-us/dnvsent/html/FoodMovers0.asp Enjoy!

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Make your electric gizmo interoperate with a foreign power source

The following is not exactly highly academic EAI design pattern discussion, be warned. Don’t read if you value your time 😉 Another thought from everyday life. Ever had to deal with power plug interoperability? Well I had, especially when going to UK and US (I’ll not even mention Poland: they have an exotic ground pin…

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WS-Luggage

  [UPDATE: the old scan image of the luggage strip got lost. The image on the left is another strip, which makes the same point.. it is a flight from Singapore to Seattle, via Tokyo. I won;t change the text below, ’cause it was specific to PDC2003… but substitute LA with Singapore, Atlanta with Tokyo, Milan with Seattle…

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WS-Addressing and SOAP over HTTP

http://msdn.microsoft.com/webservices/default.aspx?pull=/library/en-us/dnwebsrv/html/soapmail.asp Very good article + in-depth sample on how to achieve transport independence. Suggested.

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