Web Services are programs or services that can be invoked by consumers and are supplied by providers. These applications allow for a high-level understanding of business processes and transactions. In this way, providers can create useful business processes, features, and functions that respond to consumer-driven requests. Web Services are described in an XML-based model, Web Services Description Language (WSDL).

The Web Services Manager tool (WSM) allows companies to enforce a defined policy on Web Services increasing security by allowing real-time management of runtime events. The management system can be utilized in both the design stage and in production environments.

At MASYC, our consultants create and manage Web Services using a variety of technologies. Java, BPEL, XML, SOAP, and the aforementioned Oracle Web Services Manager are but a sample of the languages and applications that we develop and test Web Services on.