Chapter 10

Internet Information Services (IIS)

Web services are an important business demand in today’s computing environments. On the Internet, they provide the websites we all enjoy browsing. The radical growth of Internet web services in the 1990s caused many companies to implement in-house solutions based on Internet technology. SOAP development is just one example of such technology. Hidden beneath applications, such as SharePoint and Outlook Web App (OWA), you will find the core web services.

In this chapter, you will learn about web services and the solutions available on Windows servers to implement them. The principal concepts of web services are covered, including:

  • Understanding web services
  • Internet Information Services
  • Running an ...

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