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Who owns UDDI registry services?

 
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With every web service being published to UDDI registry, are there any organizations who monitor and maintain these registries?
I could not seem to find any information on this.
Thanks.
Latha
 
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Anybody can set up one. The popular ones are setup by Microsoft, IBM, HP.
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Sanjay
 
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Thanks Sanjay for the reply. I came across an article about public UDDI registries maintained by IBM and Microsoft
 
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was on Sun web site and found this..
its kinda old though.
http://dcb.sun.com/practices/webservices/overviews/overview_webservices_standards.jsp
 
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The biggest 4 are:
Microsoft, IBM, SAP, HP.
If U have the IBM websphere 4.0 with the WAD (advanced developer), U can set Ur own UDDI in your intranet.
But U can also us the test registry from IBM or Microsoft.
 
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