October 06, 2008
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 6 -- WSO2, the open source SOA company, today announced the debut of WSO2 Data Services. The new WSO2 product lets database administrators (DBAs) expose data in minutes via a Web services application programming interface (API) -- without programming.
With WSO2 Data Services, DBAs and database programmers now can contribute to a company's service-oriented architecture (SOA) by creating WS-* style Web services and REST-style Web resources based on enterprise data. The WSO2 Data Services solution allows users to enter queries and map them into services and operations. The simple user interface enables anyone with a knowledge of the industry-standard SQL language to quickly create powerful data services. Once the query or stored procedure has been exposed as a service, it can be accessed across the network as a service or Web resource.
In its initial release, WSO2 Data Services supports access to data stored in relational databases such as Oracle, MySQL and IBM DB2 (virtually any database accessible via JDBC), as well as the comma-separated values (CSV) file format, and Excel spreadsheets. Services can be authenticated, encrypted and/or signed using the WS-Security and HTTP security standards, and the console includes a full security management capability. In addition, support for the WS-ReliableMessaging standard provides enterprise-level reliability.
The standalone WSO2 Data Services solution builds on the proven performance of the data services functionality within the WSO2 Web Services Application Server (WSAS) 2.0, which earned this year's SearchSOA.com Product of the Year award in the Data Services/Integration category.
"There is significant demand among enterprises for an efficient and effective way to unlock data from a wide variety of sources, and expose this data as Web services for use within SOAs," said Dr. Sanjiva Weerawarana, CEO of WSO2. "Our new WSO2 Data Services solution further democratizes SOA by providing a flexible product that anyone with fundamental data management knowledge can use immediately out of the box."
WSO2 Data Services is based on the popular Apache Axis2 toolkit. Key features of the new product include:
"Heavyweight industry standards for data integration are not being widely deployed because of their inherent complexity," said James Governor, principal analyst and founder of RedMonk. "WS02 is addressing this complexity with its Data Services tooling, which is designed for both XML Web Services and more lightweight REST-style resources."
WSO2 is the open source SOA company founded by pioneers in Web services and the Apache Software Foundation Web services community. The company delivers the only tightly integrated, entirely open source middleware stack that is optimized for SOA. The WSO2 products address the core components of SOAs: service creation, connection, composition and governance. The company is backed by Intel Capital and maintains operations in the United States, United Kingdom and Sri Lanka. For more information, visit http://wso2.com.
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