Seems fine. Since I just finished typing it, I'll offer that which I
think I volunteered to... Either one or a mix is fine by me.
The MUWS specification provides the motivation for resource management
using Web services. Web services are an integral part of the IT
landscape, and, as such, are vital resources to many organizations.
Thus, it is important to provide for their management within a managed
environment, such as that provided by MUWS. This specification provides
this MUWS-based specialization for resources that are Web services.
Thus quoth Sedukhin, Igor S (~ 18-Mar-04 1:04 PM ~)...
Is this good enough?
Web services are important IT resources, management of which could be
realized via Web services protocols. Web services may interact with
other Web services and are used in business processes. Interacting Web
services form a logical network which may span enterprise boundaries.
Managing such logical network is critical for businesses that use Web
services to automate and integrate various internal functions, and deal
with partners and clients electronically. To manage the Web services
network one needs to manage the components that form the network â the
Web services endpoints. This part of WSDM specification addresses
management of the Web services endpoints using Web services protocols.
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