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OASIS to Demo Interoperable Web Services Security

Next week, OASIS looks to tackle head on the vexing issue of provisioning web services security, as it gives the first public demo of SPML, a proposed XML-based B2B framework for provisioning, exchanging and administering user access and other resource rights. At the debut, execs also intend an interoperability demo of multiple vendors' software products that have implemented first-generation Service Provisioning Markup Language.

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OASIS Eyes Open Web Services Management Specs

There's good news this week for those Java and .Net developers and sysadmins who want vendors to pay more attention to developing open standards for managing end-to-end web services. OASIS continues to push an agenda for cross-platform, web services management standards.

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OASIS Preps Developers for UDDI v2 Standard

Next week, OASIS begins formal consideration of proposals for UDDI v2 as an Open Standard for web services registries, including its committee work on specifications, APIs, model requirements and implementations. See IDN's quick overview along with links to proposed standards and even sample code.

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SAML 1.0 is Adopted - What Developers Can Expect

More than 200 security and web services vendor members of OASIS have approved specs for SAML 1.0 (Security Assertion Markup Language). The approval, with no dissenting vote, sets in motion a standards-based movement for providing a common framework for web services security. But, while SAML 1.0 spells out the specs and the schema for web services identity management and single sign-on, it does not say how hundreds of vendors will implement the standard or even test for compliance and vendor-to-vendor interoperability. This week, Integration Developer News takes a hard look what SAML 1.0 provides, what's missing, and the willingness of vendors to fill in the gaps.

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OASIS Explores Protocol To Manage B2B Web Services

OASIS has taken on another massive project that could further define the role -- and architecture -- of web services in the B2B arena. A new committee, called the OASIS Management Protocol Technical Committee, is taking on the task of defining a new inter-enterprise protocol that would enable developers and sysadmins to build, monitor and manage web services interactions between companies. IDN interviews the chair of the committee to get an outlook of their goals for the upcoming months.

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