Bow Street Software, a start-up co-founded by former Tivoli chief Frank Moss, is using XML to help link business processes to the Web. Last week, Bow Street unveiled the Web Services Architecture. IBM and Novell both agreed to work with this new concept in Extensible Markup Language, which will build XML schemas on top of a directory, allowing it to act as a front end to applications.
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