New WebSphere Service Registry and Repository articles: Promotion performance & Custom subscription notifier
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A couple of new articles about WebSphere Service Registry and Repository have been posted on developerWorks. Let's take a look.
The promotion of web service metadata to different test and production environments is an important feature of WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (hereafter called WSRR). For large sets of services or for very large services, slow promotion times can be an issue. This article provides guidelines to help you make this process as fast and efficient as possible. The guidelines cover the configuration of WSRR, the database servers associated with it (DB2 is used in this article), and the network between them.
This article talks about the new faster promotion mechanisms added to WSRR, as well as the importance of tuning your database and network.
Examples in this article show you how to limit WSRR service outages by building a subscription notifier to send customized e-mail alerts to subscribed users, and by using the CBE specification to build event messages for use across disparate systems.
This article describes how to create a custom subscription notifier, a subscription to certain events, and shows how you can use the subscription framework to send custom emails or Common Base Event (CBE) messages out from WSRR.
Check them out.