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Qwest Communications International Inc. implemented Universal Description Discovery and Integration (UDDI) Services in Windows Server 2003 within their organization. Based on the Enterprise UDDI standard, the implementation in Windows Server 2003 provides an infrastructure for XML Web services, allowing organizations to run their own UDDI directory where Web services and other programmatic resources can be organized and cataloged. This in-depth case study published by Microsoft in 2003 describes the process Qwest used to select and deploy UDDI Services in their heterogeneous environment.
Karla Norsworthy, Vice President of Software Standards, IBM
"UDDI continues to serve an important role in the deployment of Services Oriented
Architectures. IBM will extend support for UDDI Version 3 in the WebSphere Application
Server. The security enhancements in UDDI combined with the industry leading enterprise
capabilities in WebSphere will be especially important for customers using UDDI to
improve reuse and simplify discovery of Web services
across their IT infrastructure."
WADL is a description language for REST services.
The UDDI Spec TC recently discussed a TN for understanding Key Partitions. I had submitted some comments to the TC. In discussion these comments, we talked about the concept of "well-known" taxonomies (with well-known tModelKeys).