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Web Services Let Companies
IBM: Offers Web services through its Tivoli application family.
Microsoft: BizTalk Server, built on XML-based .NET services, is becoming popular with Windows users.
BEA: WebLogic Server helps developers create Web services in Java.
Talking Blocks: Develops infrastructure software that lets companies develop and manage next-generation business applications.
The Mind Electric: GLUE, the company's Web services platform, is the leading independent implementation of SOAP.
Systinet: This firm's Web Applications and Services Platform (WASP) development tool helps users create, publish and use Web Services.
The World Wide Web Consortium's documentation and working groups
O'Reilly & Associates Inc. site with primers and instructions for developers
Tech resources for CIOs and CTOs
A "community portal" for Web services developers
Resources for developers from Web Services Journal
Information about industry standardizing efforts from the Electronic Business XML Initiative
Researcher covering the Web services market