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- AlotSoft LLC: Provides Web Service based integration framework that are based on industry standard XML Schema, FIXML, FPML, and TXLife/XMLife.
- Altova Web Services Testing Tools: Altova's XML Spy Suite 4.3 now includes Web Services integration testing tools: a WSDL validator, a universal SOAP test client, and a SOAP Debugger that supports breakpoints on functions, conditional breakpoints, and single-stepping through web services transactions.
- AmberPoint: Web services management company. Develops solutions for making XML Web applications production-ready, business-ready and easily manageable.
- BindingPoint: XML Web Services portal featuring reviews, ratings, and support, powered by the public UDDI Business Registry.
- CBDI: Industry analysts and think tank focused on SOA, Web Services and Software Components, providing continuous analysis, consulting and workshops. Free newswire and information resources, plus premium subscription to continuous analysis in CBDI Journal.
- CapeScience: Developer community hosted by Cape Clear. Tools, tips, demos, tutorials, training, whitepapers, bulletin board and more for developers of Web Services-based applications.
- CypressLogic: Developer of ObjectView, a graphical programming environment for integrating Web services.
- Digital Evolution: Provide Web Services management solutions, including DE Management Server that allows securely manage and monitor complex, loosely coupled system architectures.
- Epionet: Provide Epiowave, a system that facilitates the development of applications based on the Services Oriented Computing approach.
- Flash-db: Web Services Directory: Lists Web services where the clients were designed in the SWF (Flash) file format. Includes descriptions, methods, example files, SOAP help, XML help, and other tools.
- Grand Central Communications: Provides a Web Services Network that enables companies to connect, integrate and manage their business processes with those of their partners and customers.
- I.T. Works: Web Services: News & analysis, background information, market information, books & reports.
- IBM alphaWorks Web Services Tools: Web Services tools and technologies from IBM Software Research.
- IBM developerWorks: Web services: The Web Services special topic area is a `resource` for developers building Web applications for e-business, e-commerce, and the enterprise. By IBM.
- Infravio: Software and consultation for developing, deploying and managing XML web services.
- Itellix Software: Provide Wisiba, a comprehensive Web services management suite that addresses infrastructure issues related to Security, Scalability and Quality of Service.
- Joe's WebServices Page: WebServices link collection: standard initiatives, press articles, analysts, academic/expert papers/sites, books, vendors.
- Microsoft Web Services: Microsoft's site for web service development. Includes specifications, test tools, and articles.
- RemoteMethods: Find and compare XML Web Services from various providers.
- SearchWebServices.com: Industry news, white papers, Web services-specific search engine and technical advice on XML, .NET, SOAP, UDDI, and WSDL.
- ServiceTrack: Online software solution which adds logging, analysis, monitoring, reporting, and firewall capabilities to production XML web services.
- Sosnoski Software Solutions, Inc.: Resources to support the development of Web services in Java, including published results on performance and usability. Company provides Web services consulting and software development services.
- Systinet: Provides Web services software based on emerging standards such as SOAP, WSDL and UDDI.
- The Mind Electric: Software infrastructure vendor focused on the creation, deployment and management of distributed applications, with "GLUE" product that enables Java developers to build applications using web services, servlets and JSPs.
- Web Service List: Categorized directory of user-rated implementations. Includes news and resources.
- Web Service of the Day: Daily features of new services deemed 'innovative' by the author.
- Web Services Activity: W3C's overview of news, groups, documents and specifications, events and recommended reading.
- Web Services Architect: A `resource` site dedicated entirely to Web Services, helping to build and expand upon the Web Services community.
- Web Services Links & Resources: WSindex.org is a researched directory of internet resources relating to Web Services, including XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI.
- Web Services Mall: Information and resources on web services and related technologies, including XML and SOAP.
- Web Services Olympus: Web Services news, articles, white papers, tutorials, free available books and other books.
- Web Services Summit: Portal site containing information about XML, the Semantic Web, service-oriented architectures, web services and security. Includes articles, papers, audio and video programs, and lists of resources such as tools, books, and training providers.
- Web services enabling technologies for Java: List of Java and open source Web service enabling products, `resource` lists, and resources: SOAP, WSDL, UDDI APIs, integrators, and choreographic software.
- Web-IQ: Software research laboratory specializing in developing Web Services capable of running over Semantic Web Architecture.
- WebService Resource: Web Services releated directory. Tutorials, examples, hosting, programming, applications, articles.
- WebserviceX.NET: Provides programmable business logic components that serve as "black boxes" to provide access to functionality via web services.
- Webservices.org: Vendor-neutral Web Services industry portal with news, analysis, papers, and forums.
- Wingfoot Software: Enables access to Web Services and .NET applications from mobile devices.
- eBizPortals: Provides Web Services enabling infrastructure software for creating business process level (Coarse grain) Web Services out of existing websites and managing them.
- eWeek: Web Services: Articles and reviews in the Web Services industry.
- webMethods Glue: Software infrastructure vendor focused on the creation, deployment and management of distributed applications, with "GLUE" product that enables Java developers to build applications using web services, servlets and JSPs.
- webservices.XML.com: Web Services XML.com subsite. Development resources and solutions, features timely news, opinions, and tutorials, interactive forums, and newsletters.