OASIS, the international open standards consortium, has formed a new group to define a lightweight subset of the Web services protocol suite that will make it easy to find, share, and control devices on a network. The OASIS Web Services Discovery and Web Services Devices Profile (WS-DD) Technical Committee will enable printers, storage devices, sensors, building security devices, entertainment systems, energy management equipment, hand-held computers, cell phones, remote controls, and many other devices to be identified, communicated with, and controlled using Web services.
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OASIS Members Form New Committee to Enable Secure Web Service Discovery and Control of Networked Devices
The Web Services Interoperability Organization announced that three of its Profiles have been published by the International Organization for Standardization as ISO/IEC 29361, 29362 and 29363.
...Being able to connect a UDDI registry/repository, where you store all of the metadata of your services, their locations, and their policies for use in one place, with a strong Validation strategy can be a big advantage in this environment. But to make it work, that validation process has to be continuous and ingrained into every phase of the lifecycle of your services.
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