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Distributed Service Registry Workshop

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Introduction to the Distributed Service Registry Workshop, Warwick, 2005

Introduction to the Distributed Service Registry Workshop, Warwick, 2005

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  • 1. UKOLN is supported by: Distributed Service Registry Workshop Andy Powell, UKOLN, University of Bath [email_address] Distributed Service Registry Workshop, Warwick, 2005 www.bath.ac.uk a centre of expertise in digital information management www.ukoln.ac.uk
  • 2. House keeping notes
    • Mobiles - please can all mobiles be switched off whilst in the meeting
    • Smoking - is only permitted in the designated areas of the conference centre
    • Internet - wireless access in lounge (wired in bedrooms) – or Internet Cafe
    • Meals - lunch will be served at the times stated on the programme in the restaurant on both Thursday and Friday. The workshop dinner will take place in the restaurant at 7.30 pm. Breakfast – 7.30 to 8.30
    • Accommodation - all extras (newspapers/drinks) should be paid for on departure by delegates. Any questions regarding accommodation please speak to the Reception Desk
    • All other questions - please speak to Natasha who will be at the registration desk
  • 3. What are we here to do?
    • share knowledge of current approaches in the area of service registries
    • consider the policies, IPR and data ownership issues, metadata schema(s) and protocol(s) necessary to achieve global interoperability of distributed DL service registries
    • agree future work, funding sources and partnerships in this area
  • 4. Why are we here to do it?
    • growing availability of online digital collections and their associated services
    • trend towards Service Oriented Architecture
      • JISC Information Environment and eFramework, GRID Services, DLF Frameworks activity, VIEWS, …
    • trend towards use of SOAP and Web Services generally
    • trend(?) towards use of ‘portlets’ (WSRP, etc.)
  • 5. What does this mean
    • significant growth in number of m2m services with which applications can interact
    • requirement to disclose/discover services
      • in m2m ways
      • (and in human-oriented ways sometimes!)
      • on a global basis
    • tempting to see ‘service registries’ as being like the DNS
    • but how do we do this and what are the issues?
      • technical (UDDI, OAI-PMH, ZeeRex, metadata), policy, business, IPR, operational, etc., etc.

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