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Subject: Re: [regrep] service discovery,finding an object's registry with only an ID...

Do you really think a new naming service is necessary? DNS-SD is extremely attractive in the enterprise environment -- proven technology and all that. DNS can be configured to throw out more information than a web server IP.


On Apr 19, 2004, at 2:50 PM, Carl Mattocks wrote:

Agreed on the DNS approach.
I expect it will operate like the ' ... EPC Network system, each company
will have a server running its own Object Name Service (ONS). Like DNS,
which points Web browsers to the server where they can download the Web
site for any particular Web address, ONS will point computers looking up
EPC numbers to information stored on something called EPC Information
Services—servers that store information about products. Companies may
maintain their own EPC Information Services or subcontract it out, but it
will use a distributed architecture, with information about products in
more than one secure database on the Web....'

Final draft of EbXML Semantic Grid was due today.. I will distribute it asap

<quote who="Matthew MacKenzie">
Of course, enabling discovery using something like DNS would make
certain P2P and agent based distributed applications a lot more viable.

Is there a link to this position paper you reference?

On Apr 19, 2004, at 2:26 PM, Carl Mattocks wrote:

Along the lines of ebXML being good for P2P SOA ..

It seems that the ' SemPGRID'04 - Second Workshop on Semantics in
Peer-to-Peer and Grid ' have accepted the position paper authored by
Matthew Dovey & I title = Enabling Semantic Grid Computing with ebXML.

Carl Mattocks

co-Chair OASIS (ISO/TS 15000) ebXMLRegistry Semantic Content SC
v/f (usa) 908 322 8715
Semantically Smart Compendiums

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