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Posted by Dan Foody
I recently had a discussion with one of the key industry analysts covering the SOA governance space. He said that the need for UDDI is going away – to be clear, registries and repositories are very important, but the UDDI technical standard is no longer a key driver.
UDDI had promised to be the universal standard for communicating with registries, and there were no real competing standards. So, what’s led UDDI to be on its deathbed? A few things, I think:
This is a long time coming but welcome news for anyone that’s ever had the “pleasure” of using UDDI. On the other hand, if you’re a UDDI vendor, take a big breath and remember the 5 stages you’ll go through: Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
No doubt this does leave a gap – we have no widely adopted standard for integrating with or federating registries and (more importantly) repositories. Hopefully all the registry/repository vendors will get together and fill the gap soon – preferably with something that’s simple and useful. The status quo (with or without UDDI) where every SOA infrastructure product must custom-integrate with every registry/repository product just can’t be sustained.
Rest in peace UDDI. Just do it quickly, please.
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