We have big things happening with Systinet according to this article from InfoWorld. While it is not something that will likely affect me too much, those of you that follow happenings in the ‘Java world’ may wish to take a gander at the latest Systinet events.
Systinet (Profile, Products, Articles) Developer, which is Systinet’s free tool for building Java-based Web services, will add governance capabilities by supporting the WS-I (Web Services Interoperability Organization) Basic Profile.
Being released Monday, Systinet 5.5 is an Eclipse plug-in. It also features support of both the WS-RM (Web Services Reliable Messaging) specification as well as Version 3 of UDDI, the Web services directory standard.
Developer enables building, testing, and publishing of Java-based Web services from within Eclipse. Systinet seeds the market with Developer in hopes of attracting users to the company’s Systinet Server Web services deployment offering and Systinet Registry, a UDDI-based directory.
“The goal here [with Systinet Developer 5.5] is to allow people to create Web services that are SOA-ready. By that, we mean we support governance in this release,” said Ian Bruce, director of marketing at Systinet. The Basic Profile provides for checking both integrity of WSDL files and SOAP messages on the wire. [Read the rest]