Oracle dead-serious about Web Service Security

Sjoerd Michels 1

An AMIS crew has arrived in Florida for the ODTUG 2007 Kaleidoscope conference that kicks off today. On Wednesday, June 20th, my presentation on Implementing and Managing an Oracle SOA Infrastructure is scheduled. In the presentation the Oracle Web Services Manager, OWSM for short, plays an important role.

In the Oracle Develop 2007 roadshows that hits many European cities this month (click for the schedule), OWSM is also on the list of topics. But in the Oracle Application Server End-to-End Security session, OWSM takes on a whole different meaning as Oracle’s session information makes clear:

 

Thanks to Andreas Chatziantoniou for bringing this to my attention.

Regards from sunny Florida!

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