Another good read for those who may be wondering about ebXML's traction take
a look at Gartners August 26 release, "ebXML's Future Appears Brightest in
Messaging". Here are a few excerpts:
By early 2006, as many as 75 percent of
middleware vendors will offer ebMS support
By 2006, 25 percent of enterprises with
B2B-centric Web services deployments will
use a combination of ebMS and Secure
Sockets Layer to secure their Web services
communications (0.6 probability).
Cheers, we are winning the hearts and minds of implementers.
B2B Application Integration and CyberSecurity Consultant
US Telephone: 602-684-1484
EU Telephone: +353 86 050-9248
From: J. Dean E.P. Hemopo [mailto:jde...@archmage.org.nz]
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2004 4:57 AM
To: ebXML Dev-List; ebXML Dev Forum
Subject: [ebxml-dev] cheer up guys
i have just about finished reading Doug Kaye's "Loosely Coupled: The
missing pieces of Web Services".
its a pretty compelling arguement for ebXML.
having not spent a lot of time reading on web services, i am familiar with
UDDI/SOAP/WSDL and the SOA model.
he higlighted the fragility of the SOA model being a lack of BPM,
Choreography and BPM, and Security. there was also reference to a missing
SHARED VIEW or content model for business documents, like Purchase Order
etc. i guess thats where OAGIS and UBL fit in.
i found it a fairly basic book, hoping for a challenging read, but hey, he
put into words what i could not.
so cheer up, the fruits of a master are often overlooked in his/her own
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