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On Thu, Dec 02, 2004 at 10:13:43AM -0500, Rich Salz wrote:
> >There are obviously many different ways (i.e. in many different
> >architectural styles) that one can build Internet scale systems. So why
> >haven't any of them been described?
> Unh, because we don't know the answers yet?
Well, we've got a handful of existing Internet applications - why not
start with those? Even if we just find the lowest common denominator
constraints of those systems, I'd suggest that we'd have a better idea
for learning which are conducive to Internet scale use than if we
started from systems like CORBA or EDI (which are arguably where Web
services started from).
> Because enterprise-scale is
> a more commercially viable market? :)
Perhaps. But I think folks really *do* want Web services to work at
Mark Baker. Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA. http://www.markbaker.ca