Enhance UDDI to manage Web services

Add a security policy and configuration management solution

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Bijoy Majumdar, Ambar Verma, and Ujval Mysore

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: November 30, 2006

This article presents a potential enterprise solution for configuring security and versioning in an enterprise architecture that spans various partners. It aims to increase interoperability, scalability and quality of enterprise services. Ultimately, you'll enhance a distributed business model and improve the process performance by portraying Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) as a comfortable and powerful enabler in the Web service invocation process. The article illustrates how to use UDDI as an XML-based registry as well as a security and configuration management solution. The authors look into the UDDI intricacies, providing easy and simple mapping with the WSDL (Web Services Description Language) to build the UDDI registry effortlessly. They also discuss in detail the logical architecture for leveraging the IBM® WebSphere® UDDI.

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ArticleTitle=Enhance UDDI to manage Web services