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Because of my internal training, I was assigned by my boss to attend a
training called Introduction to Web Services. This training was
organized by IBM. This course was elementary, although I had developed
an application with Web Services integration three years ago by .NET.
It was still a good chance for me to know more about Web Services in
view of IBM and J2EE.
There was little evolution between three years ago and today, I felt.
Even the trainner said the biggest evolution was WS-Security. This is
right. Security was a big issue of Web Services because of its plain
text characteristics, although its success is also due to its open
format. I think this issue can be much improved if some critical
organizations such as banks and governments. If they promote this
technology, the public will be more confident to use this.
A trainee coming from the government said “we just want to know what it
is, but we do not want to implement it.” This is the fact.
Because of the course limit, the trainner did not say in deep (most trainners do so) and just left us the following links: