Bloombase Spitfire SOA - Service Oriented Architecture Information
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Electronic information exchange is everywhere in business world:
bank transactions, brokerage clearance, customs declaration,
purchasing, billing, workflow, and reporting, all relate to private
and sensitive data that require high level of security handling.
Latest proceedings in data interchange include ASC X12's CICA,
FIN-XML for financial transactions, C-XML for diverse commercial
transactions, UN-backed ebXML initiative, Microsoft BizTalk and
XML/EDIFACT all are defining the next generation document format.
One thing in common is extensible markup language (XML). Web
services is a next-wave enterprise-application-integration (EAI)
technology for implementation of Service Oriented Architecture
(SOA), again it is based on XML messaging. Digital communications
made over the Internet risk data privacy and authenticity.
There is no exception to XML data.
Find out how Spitfire SOA protects electronic shipping order EAI
data between shipper and carrier
Imagine secret data are transmitted as plain over the insecure
Internet, intruders tap important business data and alter contents,
trespassers send transactional messages on behalf of another
company, these lower confidence level of enterprises to e-commerce,
introduce potential legal lawsuit and degrade corporate image.
However, the biggest challenge to securing enterprise application
integration is the requirement of application transparency and be
least invasive to existing systems, at the same time not
sacrificing performance and manageability.
- XML Proxy - Firewall
- XML Parsing and Filtering
- Secures EDI, EAI, SOA and Web Services data
- Schema Validation
- Encryption and Decryption
- Signature Generation and Verification
- Message Routing