OAuth 1.0 for Geobliki

Posted by Patrice Cappelaere Thu, 31 Jan 2008 17:04:00 GMT

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Security has been tightened up for the RESTful OGC Services.

Done as part of OWS-5 interoperability experiment for RESTful services, OAuth 1.0 has been implemented as our security protocol between consumer applications and our web services (sps, wfs, sos). We have made an additional assumption that users could pre-grant access to consumers such as workflows to allow for unattended operations to simplify the protocol one step further. For more information, go to: http://eo1.geobliki.com/pages/oauth

WfXML-R

Posted by Patrice Cappelaere Sat, 12 Jan 2008 14:59:00 GMT

Workflow interoperability is a major concern for the OGC and the WfMC. A simple and RESTful API is critical for early adoption. With the help of John Mettraux of OpenWFE fame, Matt Zukovsky, Keith Swenson and many others, we are documenting this effort dubbed WfXML-R leveraging many years of work done by Keith and the WfMC group.

We need some help and early adopters. Continuous feedback to the nascent specification would be appreciated.

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Transforming Disruption into Advantage (TM)

Posted by Patrice Cappelaere Tue, 30 Oct 2007 21:22:00 GMT

This is the trademark of Transformation + Innovation. i had the priviledge to present a few slides during a breakfast presentation on a RESTful WfXML: A User Centric Resource-Oriented Approach to Workflows as they apply to the orchestration of OGC services with some examples taken during the recent South California fires.

A very interesting talk from Dennis Wisnosky, CTO of the DoD Business Mission Area on Agile Architectures…talking about a challenge for DoD!

This current work is sponsored by the OGC (as part of OWS-5) and NASA. It is also getting a lot of attention from the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) as a complementary approach to the existing SOAP-based WfXML API for Workflow Interoperability.

OpenGeoSpatial Technical Committee Meeting

Posted by Patrice Cappelaere Fri, 21 Sep 2007 13:19:00 GMT

RESTFul OGC Web Services were a big topic at this meeting in boulder Colorado this week. OGC has formed a REST working group and many have signed up to develop potential reference implementations of RESTful OGC Services for demonstration in December at the next meeting In Italy.

But we need more volunteers for a bake-off! We are starting to reach the tipping point and this is exciting.

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