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Try Intel® SOA Expressway software for yourself....

Just a quick post to let people know that they can now try SOA Expressway directly themselves. Go to the DynamicPerimeter.com portal and you can select to download Services Designer to use yourself to write a web service or proxy (don't worry, we'll provide step by step instructions). We'll then set up a cloud instance of the runtime for you to deploy your service onto and experiment with for 2 days.

Using a Service Gateway to Protect against the OWASP Top 10

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) maintains and publishes an oingoing list of top ten threats to web applications. With some of exceptions, the threats listed in the OWASP top ten can be applicable to any service, be it a web application, REST service, SOAP service or custom application. It is interesting to note that while there are changes to the bottom five threats, the top five threats remain unchanged since 2007.

Using Logs for Troubleshooting in Intel® SOA Expressway

Intel® SOA Expressway is often used as XML Gateway or Service Gateway and therefore often a consolidation point for XML/SOAP/REST traffic going across a domain. Users often want to use SOA Expressway’s logs to trouble shoot where the problems may lie in services based distributed computing environment.

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