Four Abilities SOA Will Lack Without a Registry
Web Services Edge 2005 East: WS-11

Luc Clement is director of product marketing, SOA Registry for Systinet. He is also cochair for the UDDI Specification Technical Committee. Formerly Microsoft UDDI Program Manager, Luc is well known in the UDDI community and has been heavily involved with the UDDI specification for several years.

A service-oriented architecture (SOA) is the design blueprint for seamless connectivity between business processes and IT infrastructure, enabling innovation and improving productivity. SOA provides the most efficient, standard way to dynamically interoperate with any customer, supplier, product or employee. SOA makes integration intrinsic. Web services are the foundation building blocks of an SOA, and they are already proliferating inside most enterprises. In an SOA, Web services become business services with the ability to perform a particular function or access data dynamically. This presentation will discuss the four abilities that a registry provides for an SOA.

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