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UDDI is endorsed by organizations and individuals around the globe. UDDI supporters are invited to add a testimonial to this page. 

(Listed in alphabetical order by organization name.)

Computer Associates
"As the adoption of Web services by businesses worldwide continues to grow, it's becoming more important to effectively provide reliable and standards-based discovery of these services. Along with advances in the standards for management and security of Web services, these latest enhancements to UDDI will help enterprises address these challenges and will, therefore, promote broader adoption of Web services and drive development of business solutions that take advantage of interoperability between multiple Web services."
--Toby J Weiss, Senior Vice President of eTrust Product Management, Computer Associates

"UDDI is doing for server-to-server communication what DNS did for the Internet, by making it much easier and cheaper to connect and stay connected to services. DataPower customers see the combination of application-aware networking and UDDI as the cornerstone of SOA."
--Eugene Kuznetsov, chairman and chief technical officer, DataPower

Digital Evolution
"Digital Evolution became one of the first companies to offer a commercially available UDDI v3 registry when we released version 2.0 of our Service Manager product in 2003. We are excited OASIS is backing the latest iteration of UDDI as the right choice for enterprise-class registry deployments."
--Roberto Medrano, EVP Marketing, Digital Evolution

"The UDDI registry model is one of the central elements of an interoperable framework that ensures the effective interaction of services in a service oriented architecture. By enabling policy-based distribution and management of enterprise Web services, a UDDI registry can deliver significant business value. It can help ensure that the convenience of developers, the requirements of enterprise architects, and the underlying business policies are not in opposition; in fact, it brings all of these needs into closer alignment by increasing software flexibility, reuse, centralization and control; allowing enforcement and ultimately governance."
--Frank Kenney, analyst at Gartner, as quoted in OASIS press release 3 Feb 2005

"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."
--Karla Norsworthy, Vice President, Software Standards, IBM

"As one of the initial co-authors of UDDI V3, SAP supports its ratification as an OASIS Standard. Building on the enterprise-readiness of UDDI V2, the enhancements that went into UDDI V3, such as the support of XML digital signatures for data integrity and authenticity and a pub/sub-mechanism for change notifications address commonly requested requirements and make UDDI the canonical candidate for enterprise services registries. The next version of SAP NetWeaver, the open integration and application platform for mySAP Business Suite and SAP xApp composite applications, will support UDDI V3. Its openness reflects SAP's commitment to industry standards and interoperability that enables users to implement, integrate and maintain their infrastructures through a Web services-oriented architecture."
--Michael Bechauf, Vice President NetWeaver Standards, SAP

"UDDI V3 is an important new specification for SOA. New features like registry affiliation, publisher assigned keys and the subscription API provide for enterprise class interoperability. These features are key to advancing UDDI's ability to deliver significant business value to the enterprise."
--David Butler, VP Marketing, Systinet Focus Areas: BPEL | DITA | ebXML | IDtrust | OpenDocument | SAML | UBL | UDDI
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