Are you exploring the possibility of moving away from AWS?

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As enterprise applications continue to turn web services for the hardware / software that make the web pages function, most organizations go with laaS to provide these central services (particularly AWS). However, with an ever-growing number of AWS alternatives to choose from, the question becomes: Are you exploring the possibility of moving away from AWS? If so, what alternative are you leaning towards?

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    Its simple to use
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  • navaneett1
    I havent used RESTful yet
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  • Hexen2k2
    1. Light weight
    2. Performance
    3. Now as the world is moving from Heavy weight applications to apps and multiple devices support (Smart Phone, Tablet etc). REST opens up lot more client for the exposed WebService than SOAP.
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  • Hexen2k2
    1 Light weight
    2 Performance
    3 Now as the world is moving from Heavy weight applications to apps and multiple devices support that is Smart Phone Tablet etc REST opens up lot more client for the exposed WebService than SOAP
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    1. Light weight
    2. Performance
    3. Now as the world is moving from Heavy weight applications to apps and multiple devices support, i.e. Smart Phone Tablet etc. REST opens up lot more client for the exposed WebService than SOAP

    				
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  • vindvg
    Because the data we are handling is not very complex and we are using the JSON for data transferring. JSON is more efficient than XML as it will be parsed faster than XML(JSON is already in the form of Javascript and all the browsers will understand ).
    Ans also some of the browsers have inbuilt support for JSON
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  • jimmykong
    unfamiliar with REST
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  • RahulArbatPatil
    yes, it is easy to use and also doesn't have any restriction on using xml you can use json,csv and many more.
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  • rsaddal
    easy to code and Rapid application development, management is also very easy.
    security and other related stuff is no big deal.
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  • noel123
    REST is flexible in terms of usage, can be used in mobile apps. fast execution.
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  • eswaranarumugam
    Rest
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  • ashrafwg
    In a lengthy business transaction, using REST is very difficult and required two much development effort.
    Using SOAP, it is easy to develop and manage using the tools available in the market and make monitoring the lengthy process easy
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  • satish4ru
    I didnt get chance to use rest services. Thats why i want to learn difference between these two.
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  • santoshghadge007
    Soap is a standard structured web service.
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  • JetCityBeau
    speed
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  • vgbiru
    learning
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  • toohoo
    Because the most of our partners use SOAP. We are a service company in insurance field.
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  • webservicelover
    While SOAP supports SSL (just like REST) it also supports WS-Security which adds some enterprise security features..
    Rest doesn’t have a standard messaging system and expects clients to deal with communication failures by retrying. SOAP has successful/retry logic built in and provides end-to-end reliability even through SOAP intermediaries
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  • msg2raghav
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  • matthew7hayes
    It's includes a well-defined self-documenting contract which reduces the need for external documentation and in many cases, depending on the soap server, provides automatic error checking with soap faults.
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  • rajiv076
    Till now used SOAP and learning about REST.
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  • garaddi
    Hiii " i recently used SOAP web services for accessing wcf services from android"
    ,but nw i'm porting to HTML5,now "how can i access those services"???
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  • vishuawate
    Mostly working on Complex App, and Web Application only.
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  • Somasundaram
    REST is not reliable because HTTP DELETE can return OK status even if a resource is not deleted .where as SOAP is secured and Reliable
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  • jalbersh
    Security is not an issue;Protocol is HTTP;Some of the web services were provided;Didn't have to learn a 3rd party WSDL, and the web service client would have to change if the WSDL changes.
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  • rmarino
    WSDL saves a lot time while service consumers. REST requires word documents to explain what operations are available what parameters to pass.
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  • Maxine Giza
    It sounds like a lot of people are gravitating towards SOAP!
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  • anantmishra
    soap services
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  • murthymuddu
    Because i am new to web services and for a starter REST is good
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  • tjmickol
    legacy services were all developed as SOAP/HTTPS. All new services are being developed as REST/HTTPS - many legacy SOAP/HTTPS services are being reimplemented as REST/HTTPS
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  • srinivasreddy
    While using REST my application performence is very good compare to SOAP.
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  • kamprk
    know less on REST.
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  • Maxine Giza
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    Here is a link to some recent articles we published on REST. I hope it helps! http://ow.ly/u3Bio 
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  • RajibGanguly
    Speed will better than SOAP
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  • amirmb
    its simple structure and simple to learn. and it's caching abilities
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  • geofganot
    Rest is faster, lightweight and easy to implement.
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  • lihy70
    because i don't think SOAP is difficult to learn or use if you're not trying to learn what you may not needed.
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  • chetanrun
    Till production move...management asked us to go for SOAP. But when the test results came out, it was REST who won the battle.
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  • KumarNaresh
    Yes,
    Mr. ashrafwg say right,
    In a lengthy business transaction, using REST is very difficult and required two much development effort.
    Using SOAP, it is easy to develop and manage using the tools available in the market and make monitoring the lengthy process easy.

    And another thing are
    While SOAP supports SSL (just like REST) it also supports WS-Security which adds some enterprise security features.
    Rest doesn’t have a standard messaging system and expects clients to deal with communication failures by retrying.
    SOAP has successful/retry logic built in and provides end-to-end reliability even through SOAP intermediaries.
    so seems all these reasons, I think SOAP is better than REST.
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  • usmcron
    Rest is new to me. I'm doing my first REST project now. Seems pretty easy. I may stop using soap all together after this project.
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  • Maxine Giza
    Keep us posted on your project, mscrom! It's always nice when a different approach proves to work well.
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  • jenachitta
    Easy to use
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  • markp1
    Formal contract with external partners.
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  • mrunmaya1
    easy to learn and start development
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  • NarayanaSwamy
    A dedicated adapter is required to consume REST services and less secure than SOAP.
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  • i2097i
    Keep it simple. If RESTful web services are designed and documented well, they simply work.
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  • amitclavax
    Json format
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  • shailymittal
    It is more easy to use.
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  • shdrjones
    My applications require more context to be maintained to facilitate collaberation. I would use REST if pushing my apps onto mobile architectures though.
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  • tonyeray
    Several reasons, main reason easier to maintain. Change the back end anytime, easy to version. No WSDL worries.
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  • Maxine Giza
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