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To be useful, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, and ebXML need to be widely implemented and available in software products Only then can the goal of achieving interoperability and integrating disparate software systems be attained Many software vendors have already begun to implement these and other key Web services specifications, and many more of the vendors have pledged to provide more complete implementations in the future Web services technologies need wide adoption to be useful
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Implementation efforts tend to fall into two major categories, leaving Web services developers and deployers with a choice In the software industry, one large community revolves around the Microsoft environment, and another revolves around the Java environment Both environments provide support for Web services development and deployment, and therefore developers and Web services users in general have a choice to make Of course, because Web services are all about interoperability and integration, these two environments are compatible, at least to the extent that they both implement the same specifications and interpret them the same way Developers have a choice
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Microsoft is focusing its implementation within i s NET initiative, whereas Sun Mircrosystems t and other Java vendors are focusing their implementations within the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) initiative As the leader of the Java initiative, Sun Microsystems has published its Open Network Environment architecture (SunONE) as a blueprint for the evolution of Web services Microsoft has defined its Global XML Architecture for extending Web services support in the NET Framework and in general through standardization Now that the core technologies have been established as widely adopted specifications, the next step is to define a comprehensive architecture for additional technologies, such as security, process flow, reliable messaging, and transactions The W3C Web Services Architecture Working Group is doing just that (see wwww3org/2002/ws/arch) Both NET and J2EE support Web services Because Web services solve enterprise integration problems, integration broker vendors support Web services via adapters and integration components, or building blocks Database vendors support Web services interfaces directly to database management systems Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer resource management (CRM) packaged applications support Web services interfaces for integration with other packages and software products Finally, a number of vendors are producing products aimed purely at implementing a Web services layer Integration brokers, packaged applications, and database products also support Web services The main categories of Web services implementation activities therefore are
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Microsoft's NET Framework: Windows is well established as the most popular desktop environment, and many developers use Microsoft tools for both client-and server-side applications Microsoft is adding Web services support throughout its NET platform, in
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which every program is potentially a Web service, and all transports can use XML protocols Application servers: The J2EE community, comprised of application server vendors, is adding Web services application programming interfaces (APIs) to Java servlets, classes, and beans, making XML integration and Web services part of the core application server definition Integration brokers: Vendors in this middleware market segment are using Web services for enterprise application and business-to-business (B2B) integration, bridging Web services applications inside and outside the firewall Database vendors: Vendors in this group are focusing on the use of Web services to provide a means of accessing database tables and stored procedures ERP, CRM, and others: These packaged application vendors are adding Web services interfaces for integrating those packages with other packages and software systems Web services platform: Vendors in this market segment are developing and supplying Web services infrastructure products as independent, or self-contained, products Web services implementations fall into six categories
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Some vendors offer products in more than one category IONA, for example, provides a Web services platform product, an application server product with Web services support, and an integration broker product with Web services support If nothing else, the diversity of implementation highlights the flexibility and extensibility of Web services Web services are defined at a sufficiently high level of abstraction to allow multiple applications for a broad variety of products Vendors, whether focused on NET, J2EE, or integration broker middleware, however, tend to follow a number of basic architectures for Web services implementation Vendors offer products, in multiple categories
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