2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 18, 2006 3:58 AM by Mark Little

    Registries and repositories

    Mark Little Master

      There are actually two different aspects to the service bus: first, turning legacy systems and services into services that work within the SOA infrastructure; secondly, there is taking the services and adding policy and mediation control between those services. Integral to this is the notion of SOA Repositories: a repository is a persistent representation of an SOA Registry, which is needed to publish, discover and consume services. How registries/repositories are implemented is not important to the architecture: it's just another service after all. Example candidates would include UDDI implementations, or CORBA Trading Services. Therefore, the repository/registry needs to be in JBossESB from the start. Support for UDDI as one of the implementations will be included by default.