Applying a Service Gateway architecture to integrating your e-Invoicing

Read about Pete Logan’s visit to the European E-Invoicing and E-Billing conference in Munich which addressed  a variety of ways to integrate the transfer of  e-Invoicing and e-billing into existing applications and security solutions.  Pete makes a parallel between various e-invoicing integration issues with banking and healthcare  and how those issues are already addressed by work done within Intel’s SOA Products Group. In the blog, Pete writes about the challenges faced – and the requirements for mediation and governance that make  Service Gateways an obvious solution for addressing those domains.

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A Myriad of Ways to Follow Us

You’ve discovered our team blog, but have you seen the SOA Expressway Social Site Map, for info on following us on Facebook, Twitter, and through a variety of  technical and developer blogs?

Check it out. While you are at it, follow the link, register,  and post to one of our blogs and you’ll automatically be entered into a contest for a Free Apple iPad!  We’ll select a winner on September 15th, so be a part of the blogging buzz today!

One man’s serendipitous discovery of a Service Gateway

One morning, Rahul Pathri, Director for Practices at Alliance Global Services was asked by his manager to look at SOA Expressway and understand the benefits it has to offer since there was a customer specific need. Read Rahul’s blog about his fact-finding mission about the XML gateway and various scenarios that he identified where he thought it would be helpful.

SAML 2.0 Token Bridging with Intel® SOA Expressway

One of the cool features of Intel(R) SOA Expressway is its ability to easily handle token bridging with just a few clicks. What is token bridging you ask? With the increased need for Enterprises to talk outside their perimeter to other Enterprises or cloud services, we need an easy way to morph message level credentials into the proper form as they move from the Security Gateway across the dynamic perimeter of the Enterprise.

In this post written by Blake Dournaee, follow along as one is shown how to easily implement a cross-domain token broker and ease the pain of mapping a format used internally to something that might be accepted by a business partner, such as a SAML token.

Interop: WCF and Intel SOA Expressway

Want to get down to the code level? Read Boris Kaplounovsky’s blog, Securing SOA.

Separation of Concerns: Why Service Gateways are even better than they appear

Blake Dournaee has been traveling and meeting with security architects, developers and systems administrators. Read his insights about our heterogeneous computing world on his blog.

Webinar: High Assurance Federal Data Sharing

Building a Portable Security Architecture Intel to Establish Cross-domain Control — A Blueprint to Achieve High Assurance Federal Data Sharing

The focus of this webcast is to present information-sharing models and actionable security patterns that can put in place to increase control and reduce risk. The Intel federal team will outline how federal collaboration initiatives are approaching the problem. Intel security expert Blake Dournaee will present how to build a portable security architecture that can be created and managed locally and projected to other security domains.

During the webcast, the discussion will include:

  • Basics of Web service security policy enforcement;
  • Federal collaboration programs and standards;
  • Private cloud sharing- securing data at rest and in-flight; and
  • What makes a security model “high assurance.”