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Subject: Draft three webinar description

Sorry, I missed some corrections from Monica!  Here is the latest!

Title: ebXML Registry for eBusiness SOA and other applications.
Date: Week of July 18th (TBD)

OASIS and the ebXML Registry Technical Committee invite you to learn
about the ebXML Registry v3.0 Standard, what it is, and how it can be
used to enable management of artifacts used in an ebusiness Service
Oriented Architecture (SOA).  ebXML Registry 3.0 enables secure,
federated information management within and across enterprises.  It
provides functionality to publish, manage, govern, discover, and reuse
electronic artifacts.  These artifacts include SOA artifacts such as
WSDL, XML Schema, BPEL, eBusiness Processes, other process descriptions,
ebXML Collaboration Protocol Profiles, Core Components and application
specific artifacts.  Other uses of ebXML Registry include event
registry, information asset registry and repository, as well as meeting
other needs that require a method for describing and registering items
of interest to an organization.

The ebXML Registry 3.0 promotes service discovery, enables secure and
efficient version control of artifacts, promotes interoperability, and
promotes sharing and reuse of artifacts.  

ebXML Registry is particularly suited to support application and domain
specific use cases, leading to the adoption and deployment of the
standard in several vertical industries, including government, health
care, geospatial, telecommunications, banking and finance.

The session will include an overview of key features of version 3.0 of
the Standards.  You will learn about several production implementations
and success stories as well as view a short demo.  A question and answer
period will provide time to have your specific questions answered by
experts on ebXML Registry.

Developers, IT managers, IT analysts, and eBusiness managers will all
find this an informative and valuable session for addressing how to
manage and promote eBusiness in their companies. 


Kathryn Breininger
CENTRAL Project Manager
Emerging Technologies
Boeing Library Services

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