Monday, September 22, 2008

WSO2 Web site gets a refresh

Take a look .. we've re-done our site to better explain our now comprehensive SOA product platform.

When we started WSO2 more than 3 years ago, we started with a vision of building a series of products that enable SOA and we're nearly there .. now we have the core platform to cover all aspects of SOA. Still a few missing pieces and certainly lots of improvements left of course, but we are now ready to take on the likes of IBM, Oracle/BEA and more on being your SOA platform vendor! And none of these guys even support SOA in things other than Java .. but we do.

Stay tuned- you'll start seeing much more competive positioning from us in the coming months and beyond. Who can say no to better technology at a fraction of the cost??

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Blog on describing REST with WSDL 2.0

Check out Keith's blog on how to describe this REST scenario (posted by none other than Stefan) using WSDL 2.0. He does an existential proof of it showing not only how to describe it with WSDL 2.0 but how to implement it using the WSO2 Mashup Server.

Stefan, are you still not convinced that WSDL 2.0 can describe any REST scenario properly? If not please post another challenge.

I'd also like to challenge REST fans to show how the implementation Keith did is materially different from say a Java implementation that uses JAX-RS (Java API for RESTful Web Services - JSR 311) annotations (or any other Java programming model that you want).

Thursday, September 11, 2008

War watching .. Web 2.0 style!

If you're interesting in keeping tabs on what's going on in Sri Lanka's war against terrorism, check out this interactive map ..

Thursday, September 4, 2008

REST-* begins to take shape

See: AtomPub Multipart Media Resource Creation! Basically how to do SwA or MTOM type stuff with Atom.

Ah Tim, better start printing these out so that you can count the pages when REST-* is all said and done.

Sigh. Its really too bad that we are now going to re-invent it all around Atom.