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Range of capacities as low as $1250 per TB. Ideal if you currently rely on servers/disks/JBODs
Remember the heyday of Web services, when we were always just one specification away from perfect interoperability? Ultimately, that towering stack of protocols collapsed under its own weight. SOAP and XML generally are ridiculously verbose protocols that began with a commitment to simplicity and gave way to mind-numbing levels of complexity. Add to that the service repository mess: UDDI died an ignominious death, and OASIS's S-RAMP committee can't even create a website that isn't all broken links.
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What does this look like? Consider your Order/Line items example.
Save or update the order:
"streetAddress": "345 West Main St, Suite 201",
Replace the line items of the order:
Delete the order:
Get the order:
Security in a RESTful world
As Oracle will tell you, security isn't really important, and the best way to handle it is by sticking your head in the sand and making people wonder if you are the corporate equivalent to Grandpa from "The Simpsons." However, if you're one of those young whippersnappers who care about preventing other people from stealing your stuff, you'll want to secure those RESTful Web services. Security is simple with RESTful Web services. Since complexity tends to result in complex breakages, this is a good thing ... mostly.