Vendor Views on Adoption of Web Services Technologies in .NET

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A brief questionnaire was sent to leading Web services vendors to obtain their views on the current state of adoption for the basic Web services technologies SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI and for ebXML, and on the future direction of Web services Support is unanimous for SOAP and the idea of Web services, but some questions remain about the adoption for WSDL, UDDI, and ebXML, in that order All the vendors agreed that following the adoption and implementation of the core standards, the next step is to standardize the additional technologies required for more complex and robust business applications Vendors provided their own views
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This section summarizes the responses and lists these vendors' current types of products that provide Web services, and what type The statements about current products and future directions are taken from their replies to the questionnaire In addition, some of the vendors took advantage of the opportunity to submit a brief analysis
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The Questionnaire
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A questionnaire was sent to BEA Systems, Cape Clear, HP, IBM, IONA, Microsoft, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and Systinet The information in this section represents the views of the vendors as they responded to the questions The first question was aimed at discovering the extent of support for the core Web services technologies covered in this book SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, and ebXML especially in terms of product implementation The second question gave the vendors a chance to discuss next steps for Web services, either in terms of their product roadmaps or in relationship to the industry as a whole Questionnaire sent to major vendors
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Following a brief introduction, the original text was preserved wherever possible because the replies were not consistent with respect to format or content In some cases, the replies were almost entirely in the form of analysis In all cases, the views stated are those of the respective companies Information presented as received
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1 Basic information: Widespread adoption and implementation seem ensured for the core Web services standards SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI and, to some extent, ebXML specifically the transport, CPP, and CPA subsets Please indicate any opposing views; otherwise, the book will state agreement on this point Could you please provide a list for inclusion in the book of the products that implement these standards Provide a brief description of each product's major features and benefits; that is, what would your customers use them for and how hand-built, generated, combination of the two, and so on 2 Next steps: Following the adoption and implementation of the core standards, the next step is to standardize the additional technologies required for more complex and robust business applications Please indicate any opposing views; otherwise the book will state agreement on this point Which of the various proposed additional technologies security, transactions, routing, reliable messaging, process flow, and so on are the most important And which ones, if any, are most likely to achieve a level of adoption comparable to the core standards Which ones, if any, do you intend to implement
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In summary, it appears that SOAP is widely supported, adopted, and implemented within products WSDL also is very widely supported, and many products already provide implementations However, some questions remain with respect to its evolution and the extent to which it may change during formal standardization UDDI and ebXML raised the most question marks among the respondents; however, the consensus in favor of UDDI remains strong Several vendors are implementing parts of ebXML, but the extent to which the complete ebXML architecture will be adopted remains unclear Unanimous on SOAP, nearly so on WSDL
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Vendors showed less agreement about next steps and the adoption of additional technologies However, all vendors mentioned common themes in recognizing the need for these additional technologies, identifying security, reliable messaging, transaction processing, and process flow as important, although in varying priorities and orders Sun Microsystems, for example, pointed to ebXML for many of the additional technologies, while Microsoft pointed to their GXA instead Difference of opinion strongest on ebXML
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