Tuesday Dec 16, 2014

Standards Corner: IETF SCIM Working Group Reaches Consensus

Today in the Standards Corner, Phil Hunt blogs about the recent consensus call for SCIM (System for Cross-domain Identity Management). What is new about it? Why SCIM in relation to LDAP?[Read More]

Wednesday Jun 18, 2014

Standards Corner: IETF Revisits HTTP/1.1

HTTP has been one of the most successful IETF specifications aside from the Internet itself. When it was created in 1999, the authors of HTTP had no idea how big and how widely used it would be.  For many years the focus was on the evolving world-wide-web and HTML. The web itself went through many transformations with the introduction of Ajax and then HTML5 by the W3C.  Meanwhile, non-browser use of HTTP has been steadily growing especially with the exploding popularity of smart devices, the Internet of Things, and in particular RESTful APIs.

Last week, the IETF officially did away with RFC2616, the main specification document that defined HTTP/1.1. RFC2616 has been broken up into 6 specifications, RFC7230 through 7235.


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