Turning application security inside out: Security for service-oriented architectures (SOAs)

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Service-oriented architectures (SOAs) have become mainstream in the past year due to their ability to provide business agility and flexibility through integration, productivity, and software reuse. The Web services framework enables composite applications that leverage service- oriented architecture (SOA) design practices, creating more cost-effective distributed architectures. As enterprises adopt SOA, they open their systems, enabling greater agility and easier integration.

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  • Brent Carlson

  • Alan Himler

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