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Web Services Technology

Web Services Technology

What is a Web Service?

Web service is the next big thing for the connected world. Web services are the software services that can be deployed in the Web infrastructure, published and identified by universal standards and accessed through standard Web protocols. Web services can be from the smallest services to industrial-strength services.

Web services are bound to replace the monolithic and client-server applications to be accessible to users and applications over the Web. Web services, being an evolutionary technology, strictly follow the standard and well-tested services-oriented architecture. Web services technology facilitates reusability and integration of enterprise applications. By using industry standards and protocols, Web services technology much needed interoperability among the heterogeneous systems, applications and packages.

Consumers and other applications can access data, applications, and even enterprise-scale services from their office and home PCs, hotels, and airport business centers. Users at home could purchase everything from books to airline tickets, conduct business with their banks and investment institutions, and maintain Web-based calendars on the portal of their choice. As wireless Web is fast being adopted, the days are not far away for these Web services to be accessed using wireless/mobile information and communication appliances.

Web Services - Standards and Protocol

  • Extensible Markup Language (XML)
  • Simple Object Access Protocol / Service-Oriented Architecture Protocol (SOAP)
  • Web Services Definition Language (WSDL)
  • Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI)

Web Services - Components

  • Web Services Servers / Container
  • Web Services Registry / Directory Server
  • Web Services Clients/browsers

Web Services - Benefits

  • Speed up Application productivity by reusability
  • Deliver Business value and encourage service-oriented computing
  • Preserve IT investment and reduce complexity
  • Bring interoperability and fulfill collaborative computing
  • Integrate enterprise applications and business processes
  • Encourage Component-based Software development and asynchronous communication

What We Do

Developmental Services

Design and Development of innovative and highly sustainable enterprise-level and business-oriented XML-based Web Services for the following Industries

We are also developing Web Services for the following specific application areas:

  • E-payment applications
  • E-Business (B2B, B2C, B2E etc.)
  • E-Government services
  • Professional Services automation (PSA)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM)
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Sales Force Automation (SFA)
  • Knowledge Management (KM)
  • Document Management (DM)
  • Content Management (CM)

Using Web Services technology, we can do the following tasks also

  • Leveraging existing IT assets
  • Transitioning of any Legacy applications
  • Packaged applications transition
  • Enterprise Applications Integration
  • Business process Integration

Consultation Services

We provide technical consultation services for the various phases of the full life cycle of XML-based Web services such as

  • Architect, design, development, deployment
  • Registration, Publishing, Identification
  • Access, Orchestration and Integration

Hosting and Registry Services

Web Services Application Service Provider (WS-ASP) – We plan to provide the services of hosing industrial-strength, secured, and 24/7 online XML- Web services, and setting a subscription-based private UDDI registry.

Other Services

  • Customized Training and Mentoring
  • Documentation for Web Services
  • Testing and Evaluation of Web Services