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OASIS Approves TOSCA Standard to Promote App Portability for Clouds

After three years of work and deliberation, OASIS has taken a big step forward in the journey to cloud portability   The international open standards consortium has approved TOSCA v1.0 The Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications aims to make it easier for enterprises to deploy and manage cloud apps, regardless of dev or cloud provider. 

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OASIS CloudAuthZ Aims To Authenticate User Access to Cloud Resources in Real-Time

The OASIS international open standards consortium has launched the Cloud Authorization (CloudAuthZ) Technical Committee, with the goal of developing improved models to manage authorizations and entitlements in SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS contexts.

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OASIS CAMP Aims To Set Specs for Interoperable, Portable PaaS, Clouds

OASIS is taking steps to create a new cloud standard to let users and providers easily deploy and manage applications – even across clouds from multiple vendors. OASIS’ Cloud Application Management for Platforms (CAMP) aims to set the stage for interoperable, portable PaaS and is backed by Oracle, Red Hat, Rackspace, Cloudsoft, Huawei, CloudBees, and Software AG.

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OASIS To Promote Interoperability of SOA Repositories with S-RAMP

Standards consortium OASIS will take on the issue interoperability for SOA repositories, driven by requests from vendors and end users. The new OASIS Technical Committee will work on a standard data sharing between SOA repository products from multiple vendors in cloud and on-premise environments

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Microsoft, Progress, CA, Others Agree on WS-* for Devices

OASIS has approved new standards to bring SOA/web services to peripherals, consumer electronics, and various instruments for smart apps. The three new standards are supported by Microsoft, Progress Software, CA, Software AG, Rde Hat and other OASIS members.

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OASIS Tunes SOA for Telecoms

Many of the worlds largest players in SOA and telecommunications are joining in an initiave to optimize SOA for telecoms. Member companies include: IBM, Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Computer Associates, Microsoft, Nortel, Oracle, Progress Software, and Verisign.

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OASIS Bears Down on ‘Last Mile’ SCA Specs

Many top names in SOA -- IBM, BEA, Oracle, Progress Software and others - say it is time to develop a fuller suite of specs for Service Component Architecture (SCA). OASIS is taking up the charge by forming 6 new committees to create test plans, test cases, and scenarios for important last-mile specs. IDN takes a look.

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End Users To Gain Voice in SOA Blueprints

Finally, it appears that enterprise end users will get their chance to influence the creation of SOA Blueprints for the real world. IDN examines the results of the first OASIS meeting, where vendors of products and services will now work closely with leading enterprise end user firms in banking, manufacturing and other sectors.

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XML Vocabularies Key to Cross-Business Interop

This week, F100 IT execs and top providers of enterprise software and web services tools are meeting at an OASIS event to discuss how to make it easier for corporate IT to develop web services across vertical sectors. One idea is to build a common library of web services, akin to J2EE's common library of objects. IDN spoke with OASIS' President Patrick Gannon for more insight on why Boeing, GM, JPMorganChase, are so keen on the "The Future of XML Vocabularies."

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SAML 2.0 Security Gets Test, Preps for Vote

SAML 2.0, the key upgrade to a core web services security markup language, passed two key hurdles last week. First, SAML 2.0 passed an interop test to exchange authentication, attribute and authorization info with other major security specs. Second, a draft SAML 2.0 spec is ready for the vote. Get the details.

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OASIS Adopts SPML 1.0 Spec, On To SPML 2.0

SPML 1.0, an XML approach for cross-platform provisioning and for secure web services, was adopted Nov. 3 by OASIS. Supported by heavyweights IBM, Microsoft, CA, work is already underway for SPML 2.0 to bring more provisioning and security features to web services and SOA devs. Get the latest on SPML's use, the final docs, and insights from Darran Rolls, chair of the OASIS Service Provisioning Markup Language Technical Committee, for using SPML.

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SPML Passes Demo As Multi-Platform Provisioning Spec

OASIS execs passed a hurdle earlier this month, as they successfully demoed the Service Provisioning Markup Language (SPML) as an XML-derived standard for multi-platform provisioning. While not yet an adopted standard, SPML advocates are eyeing OASIS adoption by the end of the summer. See if this proposed standard passes muster with your needs.

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