Sarvega Participates in WS-Security OASIS InterOp Event.CHICAGO -- Sarvega(TM), Inc., the leader in XML XML
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Sarvega will be using its XML Guardian(TM) Gateway in the OASIS interoperability demonstration. Sarvega built the XML Guardian to be compliant with OASIS WSS WSS Windows Sharepoint Services (Microsoft)
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WSS Wavelength Selective Switch (Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer) Core and WS-Security standards. The XML Guardian Gateway combines industry leading security, performance, reliability, and ease of use to deliver comprehensive XML Firewall and Web Services protection to enterprises and governments worldwide. Sarvega's XML Guardian Gateway provides standards-compliant trust assurance for authentication, authorization, and auditing at wirespeed. It is the first XML Web Services security solution that offers device and service virtualization An umbrella term for enhancing a computer's ability to do work. Following are the ways virtualization is used.
Partitioning the computer's memory into separate and isolated "virtual machines" simulates multiple machines within one physical computer. and enables each security policy action to dynamically associate security properties based on real-time traffic.
The XML Guardian Gateway includes sophisticated protection mechanisms for a range of XML attack patterns and anomalies including coercive parsing, password guessing threats, SQL SQL
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The Sarvega Command Center provides a simple visual drag-and-drop mechanism for security policy configuration, testing, and deployment on one or many XML Guardian Gateway appliances. The Sarvega Command Center provides an open, extensible and interoperable platform that can be easily extended and integrated into application security management environments. Its palette of pre-built security policy actions includes support for raw-XML and ebXML security, local and delegated Authentication, Authorization and Access Control (AAA AAA: see American Automobile Association.
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Sarvega, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of XML networking products, providing enterprises with unprecedented security, performance, and ease of operation for XML Web Services. Sarvega's underlying technology, the XML Event Stream Operating System (XESOS(TM), Patent Pending), combines comprehensive XML security and XML routing functionality with wirespeed performance, non-stop availability, and hardware platform independence. Sarvega's XML networking products are available both as secure network appliances and on multiple third party blade alternatives. Sarvega introduced the industry's first wirespeed XML appliance, the first XML content router, and the first XML grid computing solution. Sarvega's worldwide customer base includes governments and leading companies in Financial Services, Telecommunications, and Media and Entertainment. Sarvega is the recipient of numerous technology awards for innovation, including Computerworld's Innovative Technology Award and CMP CMP (cytidine monophosphate): see cytosine.
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