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Re: W3C Boosts Web Services Performance
Posted by: Jay Lyman 2005-02-07 14:39:57
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The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) this week released what it described as three key recommendations, or pre-standard specifications, that will address performance and reliability issues for Web services, the joining of software applications inside and among different organizations' IT architectures. While there has been a rush to roll in-house applications into Web services, companies have been more reluctant to exchange application access and use with partners or customers and use Web services externally, according to industry observers.


Re: W3C Boosts Web Services Performance
Posted by: design4speed 2005-02-07 21:26:37 In reply to: Jay Lyman
Reading the corresponding W3C standards, you can see that they are focused in reducing the size of binary file encapsulated in SOAP requests. The principle is targeted to use binary direct encoding rather than Base 64 encoding. So the maximum gain that can be hoped for this technique is 33% of reduction of the SOAP message size, if they are big and essentially binary.
See http://jroller.com/page/design4speed/20050207#w3c_aims_at_reducing_bandwidth
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