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   IBM's architecture debut: Web Services <- XML & SOAP

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  • From: Jeffrey I Condon/Cupertino/IBM <jicondon@us.ibm.com>
  • To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
  • Date: Wed, 06 Sep 2000 18:49:00 -0400

IBM developerWorks just released a interview with Rod Smith, VP of IBM
Emerging Technologies, about Web Services, a model for doing development
where they use XML messaging and SOAP to talk to each other.

An architecture overview and interview with Rod Smith
Introducing IBM's Web Services, a distributed software architecture of
service components. This brief overview and in-depth interview cover the
fundamental concepts of Web Services architecture and what they mean for
developers. The interview, with IBM's Rod Smith, Vice President of Emerging
Technologies, explores which types of developers Web Services targets, how
Web Services reduce development time, what developers could be doing with
Web Services now, as well as a glance at the economics of dynamically
discoverable services.


There's also two articles on XML Matters
xml_pickle and xml_objectify


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