Subject: Re: [regrep] Does Registry need Business Analytics/BusinessIntelligence Capabilities?
<Quote> I've always felt that patterns of business is the right story - and of course that is where ebXML is very strong. </Quote> David, this is not disagreement but rather interest in hearing more: Would you like to offer up a use case or two? Joe David RR Webber - XML ebusiness wrote: > > Zachary, > > Definately - the registry is looking for the 'killer app'. > > The UDDI yellow/white/green page thing clearly > was not it - so now we're back to more mundane > items - like WSDL definitions tracking - and UDDI > touting the same functionality as ebXML Registry. > > I've always felt that patterns of business is the > right story - and of course that is where ebXML > is very strong. And the ebXML registry has > the right model and RIM to support that. The > tModel approach is less compelling in this > context. > > The recent work on BCM and CAM finally hold > out the promise of having re-usable business > templates that can be downloaded and used > from the registry. > > It's taken us a while to get there - but we should > shortly be able to deploy this with confidence > and show industry dictionaries actually working > in the registry. There-in you will have what > we've not been able to show people - their own > semantics fully functional in the registry working > with their existing in-place transactions and > processes - not some hypertheotical concept. > > This is where the registry team needs to get > more focused IMHO - on delivering business > functional support - instead of fine tuning the > technical spec's and hoping the business > functionality will appear to use that. > > DW. > ======================================= > Message text written by "Zachary Alexander" > > Anecdote: When I > first started with UNIX, it was cool just to know the operating system > but the adoption did not take off until we added third party > applications. <
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