Getting Started with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
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Welcome to my Service Registry blog. In my role as a developer for the WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR) product, I am often asked a variety of questions about how to use WSRR, when to use it and why. A lot of these questions are very interesting and prompt some digging from me, and so I wanted a place to put the answers I discover. This is what this blog is for.
As per the IBM Social Computing Guidelines, I identify myself as David Seager. My role is a developer on the WSRR product in the Hursley lab in the United Kingdom. The postings on this site are my own and don't necessarily represent IBM's positions, strategies or opinions.
For this first post, I'll outline some online resources that I am aware of for WSRR, in no particular order.
This is a wiki hosted on developerWorks, the goal of which "...is to be a portal for all resources related to WSRR, to help spread information and knowledge about the prod
This is the dW page which lists all the WSRR articles posted on developerWorks. Most articles written about WSRR are posted on developerWorks, so this library is a valuable resource for learning.
developerWorks WSRR Forum
A forum to ask questions about WSRR.
Wikipedia entry for WSRR
The Wikipedia page for WSRR.
Image from developerWorks article "Best practices for BPM and SOA performance".