What is WebSphere Service Registry and Repository used for?

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- Ensure awareness of available services ONLY
- Ensure awareness of available applications and services
- Ensure awareness of available services and documents
- Ensure awareness of available applications, services and documents


CORRECT ANSWER : Ensure awareness of available applications, services and documents

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WebSphere Service Registry and Repository is a system for storing, accessing and managing information, commonly referred as service metadata, used in the selection, invocation, management, governance and reuse of services in a successful SOA. In other words, it is where you store information about services in your systems, or in other organizations' systems, that you already use, plan to use, or want to be aware of. For example, an application can check the Registry & Repository just before invoking a service to locate the service instance best satisfying its functionality and performance needs. Registry & Repository also play a role in other stages of the SOA lifecycle.
Service Registry that contains information about services, such as their interfaces, operations and parameters.
Metadata Repository providing a robust, extensible framework to suit the diverse nature of service usage.

Prajakta Pandit 03-24-2017 02:14 AM

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