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Extra resources for Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI (2nd Edition)
These two factors put Web services on a better technology foundation for solving the problems of e-business than traditional distributed computing approaches. Later, in the “Web Services Interoperability Stack” section, we introduce a hierarchical organization of the technologies and standards associated with Web services. It’s possible to compare the Web services approach to traditional distributed computing approaches level-by-level to see why the technical foundation of Web services is more appropriate for the problems it needs to solve.
Applications exposed as Web services are accessible by other applications running on different hardware platforms and written in different programming languages. Using this approach, the complexity of these systems can be encapsulated behind industry-standard XML protocols. Pair-wise system integration projects can be replaced with one-to-many systems interactions based on Web services. The promise of higher-level interoperability initiatives is that over time we’ll be able to 23 24 Chapter 1 Web Services Overview and Service-Oriented Architectures develop the set of standards, technologies, and tools that will enable small and large businesses to easily integrate systems internally; then they can mix and match the implementation of various activities within a business process, maintaining the option to outsource any or all of these activities if doing so makes business sense.
Silver Bullet specializes in Web services solutions, and after a couple of meetings with Al, Dean was convinced—he hired SBC to come in, evaluate SkatesTown’s systems, and help the company grow into a Web service–enabled business. As we move through the rest of the book, we’ll keep an eye on how SkatesTown uses technologies like XML and, later, SOAP,WSDL, UDDI, and the rest of the Web services stack to increase efficiency and productivity, and establish new and valuable relationships with its customers and business partners.