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Re: [ebxml-dev] ebxml virtual appliance

Hi Bryan

There is a Linux distribution called "Small Business Server" [1]

Copy & paste of its features:

o Internet Gateway
o Firewall
o E-mail
o Bandwidth and P2P Manager
o Multiwan
o Intrusion Prevention
o Web and FTP Servers
o Antispam/Antivirus
o Content Filtering
o File and Print Services
o Data backup
o Groupware

maybe add the following:

o Asterisk [2], the free public telephone system
o Free Software ebXML messaging gateway
o Free Software Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system (maybe at
least the server part of it) 
o UBL import and export library for ERP system (do not know of an
available library yet)
o ... integration of the pre-setup ebXML messaging gateway with the
pre-setup ERP system. 

>From the Linux crowed I know that there are Linksys and D-Link router
appliances which can be reprogrammed with a different Linux distribution
[3] (maybe with something like the SME Linux distribution). Such a SME
appliance will have the total cost of ~ 60$ (hardware and software

The makers of the Open Source Hermes ebXML messaging system have been
thinking about an appliance see here [4].

Not sure what you mean with a "virtual" appliance vs an "physical"
appliance ...



[1] http://www.clarkconnect.com/
[2] http://www.asterisk.org/
[3] http://openwrt.org/ 
[4] http://www.cecid.hku.hk/projectelf.php

Am Donnerstag, den 15.03.2007, 12:12 +0100 schrieb Bryan Rasmussen:
> Hi, I just sent off a question to XML-dev asking for wishes for XML virtual
> appliances
> to-whit "What requirements should one have for an XML virtual appliance
> http://www.vmware.com/vmtn/appliances/directory/cat/44
> What OS should it run (thinking Ubuntu)
> What tools should be configured and set up.
> What presets should there be.
> What protocols and presets might be useful.
> what tools not yet built should there be integrated (these probably prerolled
> scripts, for example a script for checking directory of instances against
> range of Schema processors etc.)
> I figure:
> XSV,
> Schema Quality Checker,
> Sun's multi schema checker
> Saxon
> Exist
> A repository of schemas?
> "
> Thinking of that repository of schemas made me think, what about an Ebxml
> virtual appliance. 
> Cheers,
> Bryan Rasmussen

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