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Labeled as the coming nirvana for enterprise application integration and business-to-business (B2B) integration, Web services technology is nonetheless vulnerable to a wide array of security threats such as denial of service and spoofing. In this article, we'll review Web services security requirements, the factors that determine them, and how Microsoft's .NET Framework supports them. Web Services as Interfaces to Business Methods The common belief is that the security requirements of Web services are the same as those of a Web site. But this assumption completely underestimates the security requirements of Web services, which are, in fact, much higher than for a simple information-oriented Web site. Here's why: a Web service is an interface that describes a collection of business operations that are network-accessible through standardized XML messaging based on Simp... (more)

Business Process Management & Web Services

The journey of business process management (BPM) from technologies such as document flow routing to service-oriented architecture (SOA)-based Web services has been a process of evolution rather than revolution. In this article, we'll discuss the convergence of Web services and business process management, how Web services alleviate some of the core problems with BPM, and how Web services can help companies evolve into process-based organizations leading to increased efficiency and lower operational costs. It's all about processes, after all. Business process management (BPM) enables... (more)

Web Services Monitoring and Performance Management

It's critical that service-oriented architecture (SOA)-based Web services solutions provide high-performance, reliable, extensible, scalable, and open standards-based communication and integration for both internal and external applications that can be easily monitored. To meet these goals, it's imperative that companies design their Web services correctly, check service quality, conduct active performance management, and continuously monitor the end-point integrity of Web services. This article discusses monitoring and optimizing the design and runtime performance of Web service... (more)