NLETS XML Mandate
The new Nlets Standardized XML Mandate requires that all messages exchanged between the Nlets system and the CTA message broker be fully tagged documents (ideally in the NIEM 4.0 format). This applies to all types of messages, including message types that are typically untagged and unstructured (e.g., database responses).
PUTING SOAP TO REST
What Google, Amazon, Yahoo!, Oracle and other tech giants know that You don't: web services are better delivered via REST than SOAP. Here's why.
The technology analysts at Forrester Research put it bluntly: "If you want your applications to be part of this move forward...SOAP is inadequate for modern applications.
The Case for JSON
With studies showing performance up to thousands of times faster, major enterprises already favor the "fat-free" alternative to XML. Here's why you should too.
Law Enforcement relies on efficient service that enhances communications. That's what JSON delivers, and why JSON should be the data format of choice for organizations aiming to deliver better service.
WHERE'S THE FIRE?
Java Security Fears Are More "Smoke and Mirrors" Than Five-Alarm Fire
In fact, the government agency tasked with monitoring technological security vulnerabilities ranks Java as more secure than dozens of other technologies and products. This paper will explore the disconnect between inflammatory rhetoric and data-backed reality.