WS-I


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WS-I

(1) See wafer scale integration.

(2) (Web Services Interoperability Organization, www.ws-i.org) A consortium founded by Microsoft, IBM, BEA Systems and Intel that is dedicated to the development of Web services. Its goals are to provide guidance and education, to promote interoperability and to ensure that Web services evolve and become widely used.
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Today's announcement is "gratifying," said Steve Holbrook, Chair of the WS-I Board of Directors.
Since its founding in 2002, WS-I has worked closely with OASIS and other organizations that develop Web Services standards, integrating groups of selected standards and publishing best practices for applying them in the form of Profiles.
Rob Cheng, Oracle's senior product manager for web services and emerging standards and a WS-I member, said: "We expect enforcement to be market driven, by competitors, reviewers and media.
1 is an important update to WS-I's efforts to advance interoperability and security for Web services," said David Burdett, Chair, WS-I Board of Directors.
WS-I offers a range of membership choices: organizations may join as Contributing Members, Associate Members or as Advocates.
The three Profiles now published as ISO standards were submitted by WS-I to ISO's JTC1, the joint technical committee (with IEC, the International Electrotechnical Commission; http://www.
In the simplest language possible, the role of the WS-I is to help ensure that Web services are functional, sustainable and successful.
Using a Supply Chain Management example, WS-I demonstrators will guide attendees through the ways in which the WS-I Basic Secure Profile 1.
WS-I President and Chairman of the Board Michael Bechauf, also vice president of industry standards at SAP AG, will be featured at the Catalyst Conference on June 28.
In this session, panelists Christopher Ferris from WS-I and representatives from OASIS, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the Object Management Group (OMG), will discuss the latest standards developments -- such as WS-I's recently announced WS-I Basic Security Profile (BSP) 1.
WS-I Associate Membership is offered solely to standards-development organizations (SDOs).