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RE: PGP kerserver infrastructure
> L. Sassaman: Tuesday, June 27, 2000 1:52 PM > On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, Roeland Meyer (E-mail) wrote: > > But, as a previous poster already brought to surface, the users > > must have an interest in this service or NONE of the ISPs will be > > interested in deployment. The reason that existing PKI sucks is > > mainly a lack of serious user interest. There are NO > > production-level PKI servers out there today. None of them will > > commit to an SLA and there are too few customers that will pay > > the required bucks to support a decent SLA, for a PKI > > infrastructure. Build it and they will NOT come, yet. > I see it is not the software quality (Highware and Marc > Horowitz's folks > have also done an excellent job on their servers) but in the > hardware and > network resources allocated to the public keyserver network. I think that was my point. Resources get determined by whatever it takes to meet a reasonable SLA.