416: Enabling Reusability with Oracle Service Registry
John King , King Training Resources    Biography

Objectives: Learn the importance of a registry to SOA and reuse.
Become familiar with the capabilities of Oracle’s Service Registry
Know how to publish and discover web services using the Oracle Service Registry
Abstract: Among the most promoted benefits of a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is the reuse of services and web services. To achieve reuse developers must know: that a service available, how to call it, what to expect in return, and they must trust it to work as advertised. The larger and more geographically dispersed a team of developers is, the more important it becomes to have centralized control of web services. Oracle’s Service Registry provides a UDDI V3 compliant mechanism for publishing, categorizing, and discovering web services. This session discusses the need for a registry and explores the setup and use of the Oracle Service Registry. Participants will learn how to publish and categorize web services. In addition, attendees will learn how the Oracle Service Registry’s search mechanism may be used to discover web services. By learning to properly use the Oracle Service Registry, teams of developers can achieve the reusability promised by SOA.

Audiernce Focus: Developers
Expertise: Intermediate
Track: Development
Date: Monday, April 14, 2008
Time: 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM