In continuation of the celebration of their 25th anniversary, The String Cheese Incident are gearing up for their annual three-night Red Rock Amphitheatre run in Morrison, CO, set to go down on July 19th, 20th, and 21st.Due to scheduling conflicts with The Rolling Stones‘ recent rescheduled tour, Karl Denson and his band The Greyboy Allstars will no longer able to support SCI on Friday, July 19th. Funk guitarist and frequent Vulpeck collaborator Cory Wong will take The Greyboy Allstars’ spot, marking his debut Red Rocks performance with his solo outfit.Vulfpeck Welcomes Cory Henry, The Fearless Flyers At Chilly Red Rocks Blowout [Photos/Video]As originally planned, on Saturday, SCI will team up with Keller Williams to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Keller’s 1999 Breathe album, which will be played in its entirety. On Sunday, the Del McCoury Band will open up the evening. Del recently celebrated his 80th birthday on February 1st, and SCI notes that they will “help Del ring in 80 years of bluegrass royalty”.Next up for The String Cheese Incident is a performance at DelFest on Friday, May 24th, followed by a three-night Memorial Day Weekend run at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NYFor a full list of The String Cheese Incident’s upcoming tour dates, ticketing, and more information, head to the band’s website.
UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery and Integraion) has been a long neglected component of the SOA stack. Its was designed as a registry for all Web Services information. It is a catalog of metadata about and descriptions of Web Service interfaces. UDDI is a tool for searching and discovering services available for consumption — in a sense, it is a sort of search engine for Web Services.In early generations of SOA implementations the number of services available in an organization was typically small and the system implementers had few peers creating Web Services — and because of that, there weren’t any other services available to be discovered. But as SOA takes root and as more applications and projects make services available, so does the need for creating a central registry.UDDI was first proposed by IBM, Microsoft and Ariba in 2000. After years of very lukewarm acceptance, over the last year or two, UDDI seemed finally to be catching on. But now IBM, one of the original authors of UDDI, has introduced a non-UDDI compliant registry in their WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR) 6.0.1 product.SOA is all about integrating very diverse and heterogeneous services, but WSRR will only work in environments dominated by the WebSphere platform. HP’s Systinet product is the leader in SOA governance, but WSRR is number two. Because the number of enterprises using WebSphere is large, IBM may be able to ultimately force others to adopt WSRR or a version of UDDI with elements of WSRR.