December 13, 2004
Brixlogic, a provider of next-generation development tools and services for Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) enablement, announced participation in the WS-I Advocates program. The program was initiated by the Web services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) for companies that wish to demonstrate their support for WS-I and its work.
Enabling interoperability across applications, platforms and programming languages is the key value proposition of Web services. Unfortunately, many Web service specifications have left numerous details up to the interpretation of implementors, leading to expensive interoperability issues for companies adopting Web services and SOA. By filling those loopholes and providing automated certification software, WS-I is key in unleashing the value of Web services.
"We are thrilled to become a WS-I advocate. Brixlogic has always been an advocate of formal contracts and automated certification between service producers and consumers as the only way to reduce integration costs. As an example, Brixlogic's Development Studio is designed to leverage service contract information to guide the development process; A complementary built-in testing module also automatically enforces compliance with the infrastructure, including WS-I or application-level standards such as IFX or the ACORD SOAP Framework," said Xavier Wartelle, president and CEO of Brixlogic.
WS-I is an open industry consortium chartered to facilitate Web services interoperability and to accelerate Web services adoption in the marketplace. For more information, interested parties can visit www.ws-i.org.
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