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   RE: [xml-dev] web services stack

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Do you know many examples of firms actually using UDDI in this way? Of
course orgs are using web services technology behind the firewall--that
is something they are good at. You say UDDI is "a great way to manage
the multitude of web services"--we have not seen many organizations
actually doing that yet. Is your experience different? I'd love to hear

James Governor
(+44) 207 254 7371

-----Original Message-----
From: Owen Walcher [mailto:news@owenwalcher.com] 
Sent: 05 February 2003 17:35
To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
Subject: RE: [xml-dev] web services stack

>I would qualify the presence of UDDI -- "free love" on the business
internet is a long way off.  Security doesn't begin to cover trust, and
that's far more important for business transactions.

Do not discount UDDI.  Many organizations are building web services,
their firewalls. UDDI is a great way to manage the multitude of web
created by every little group within an organization, facilitating reuse
a way unlike anything I have seen or heard of (like a reuse czar or code
librarian without the bodies and politics!).  All it takes is a little
practice to see what wheels already exist, before rewriting them again.
of course, that is one of the reasons for a web services model in the


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