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Welcome to UDDI

This is the official community gathering place and information resource for the
UDDI OASIS Standard, which defines a universal method for enterprises to dynamically discover and invoke Web services. The standard is advanced through an open process by the OASIS UDDI Specification Technical Committee, a group that encourages new participation from developers and users. This is a community-driven site, and the public is encouraged to contribute content.

Calling XMPP cloud services from Taverna2

IO-DATA is a protocol on top of the XMPP protocol to allow machine-to-machine communication. Actually, much like SOAP, RPC, and other platforms. How IO-DATA differs lies to some extend to the transport layer: instead of using HTTP, it used the XMPP transport protocol, also used for Jabber chat clients. It basically allows clients like Taverna to chat with services running elsewhere.

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jUDDI-3.0.0.alpha released

Kurt Stam writes: For details see the jUDDI website or the TSS announcement. This release duplicates the functionality that is available in jUDDIv2.x and we'll be working on the newly added UDDI v3 APIs (such as the Subscription, Replication and Custody transfer) going forward. To get started we created a ready-to-go UDDI v3 server in one download: (based on jUDDI-3.0.0.alpha, Tomcat and Derby). Please contact us if you want to help out.

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Interoperability between clouds requires more than VM portability

Lori MacVittie writes: If LISP sounds eerily familiar to some of you, it should. It's the same basic premise behind UDDI and the process of dynamically discovering the "location" of service end-points in a service-based architecture. Not exactly the same, but the core concepts are the same.

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jUDDI 2.0rc6 released

Today the jUDDI team released the -hopefully final- release candidate for of jUDDI-2.0. One of the major new release artifacts is a jUDDI-tomcat bundle which is a jUDDI server bundled with Tomcat and an embedded Derby database. This means that users can start using their UDDI server instantly. It is expected that the jUDDI-2.0 release will follow shortly, as well as a jUDDI-3.0alpha release. The full release notes can be found here.

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BMC Atrium and Remedy ITSM 7.5 provide holistic BSM

BMC sees its new Atrium 7.5, due for official launch next month, as the platform for delivering business service management (BSM) going forward. Alongside this is the important but hard to do addition of applying ‘What-If' testing of infrastructure changes before they are actually deployed.

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