This IBM® Redpaper™ publication begins by providing an overview of Service Federation Management (SFM), summarizing how it allows you to achieve the sharing of web services between service domains. The paper then introduces the various components of IBM WebSphere® Service Registry and Repository Feature Pack for Service Federation Management (from here on referred to as ), before explaining the associated terminology and roles. Next, it provides detailed step by step instructions on how to install, configure, and use Service Federation Management, as well as the other products required in this paper. These products are WebSphere Service Registry and Repository, IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, and IBM WebSphere Message Broker. Business Space is also required. These instructions are provided within the context of a fictional company with a real world business requirement.
Table of contents
- What is the goal of Service Federation Management
- SFM terminology, components, and roles
- The scenario used in this paper
- Preparing Service Federation Management for use
- Using Service Federation Management to share services
- Demonstrating and testing the end result