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Podcast: Enterprise Services Repository

A podcast from SOA Middleware Product Management, April 2008.

Paul Read talks to Rathish Balakrishnan about the Enterprise Services Repository and the Services Registry.

First shipped with SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1, the Enterprise Services Repository is both the central repository for enterprise service assets and the design-time environment for SOA Middleware.

The ES Repository and the Services Registry provide end-to-end support for the service lifecycle – from the service definition stage through to publishing the services for consumption.

The ES Repository lets you manage both SAP and non-SAP services in your landscape and enforces design time governance across all your SOA assets.

In this podcast, we discuss the key capabilities of the Enterprise Services Repository and its role in customer SOA landscapes.

Listen and find out more.

Note: If the player controls are not displayed, use the Download Media link.

Listen to our other podcasts about the main features and capabilities of the Podcast: SOA Middleware with a Focus on Process Integration technology and New Capabilities in SAP NetWeaver 7.1 Process Integration.

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      Could not find the podcast with this blog.
      Waiting to listening.

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      Paul Read
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      There appears to be a server problem.
      Try the Download Media link. that should work. Subscribing in iTunes works too.


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      Former Member

      Podcast is good, but it will be of great help if we can have another one like this to discuss more on consumption of the services from ES Workplace in CE and PI environments; as these still raise certain fingers if consumed out of SAP landscape.
      The problems have been mentioned on the link
      Problem in configuring UDDI Server Registry - No access to ES Workplace