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Subject: See updates on OData, OSLC, CAMP, and more in OASIS News

5 Mar 2014
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The Open Standards Community Newsletter
In this issue:

OData 4.0 and OData JSON Format become OASIS Standards

Members have approved the OASIS Open Data Protocol (OData) 4.0 and OData JSON Format 4.0 as OASIS Standards. OData is a REST-based Web protocol that uses URIs to address and access data feed resources, and enables information to be accessed from a variety of sources. Congratulations to the OData TC chairs, Ralf Handl of SAP AG and Ram Jeyaraman of Microsoft (and former co-chair Barbara Hartel), and to all TC participants including representatives of Foundational Sponsors, IBM and Microsoft, and Sponsors, Axway, BlackBerry, CA Technologies, Citrix Systems, Progress Software, Red Hat, SAP, and SDL, for this accomplishment.

Two OSLC Technical Committees form

The OSLC (Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration) Automation TC will leverage the OSLC Core Specifications to enable interoperation of automation processes among IT systems and services hosted on various platforms. TC proposers include representatives of OASIS Foundational Sponsors, IBM, as well as Sponsors, WSO2, Method Park, National Instruments, and others. Lin Ju serves as the convener; the TC chair(s) will be elected at the first meeting, which will be held  by teleconference on 25 Mar.

advance a standard for exchanging project management information across Software Supply Chain (SSC) organizations. TC proposers include representatives of OASIS Foundational Sponsors, IBM, as well as Sponsors, NECFujitsuNanzan University, and others. Dr. Mikio Aoyama of Nanzan University serves as the convener; the TC chair(s) will be elected at the first meeting, which will be held by teleconference on 25 Mar.

All interested parties are invited to participate in one or both of these new TCs; contact join@oasis-open.org for details.

TC publishes IDCloud Gap Analysis 1.0 Committee Note

Identity in the Cloud (IDCloud) provides an analysis of gaps in current identity management standards. Congratulations to IDCloud TC chairs, Anil Saldhana of Red Hat and Anthony Nadalin of Microsoft, and to all TC members for accomplishing this milestone.

CAMP public reviews open

Cloud Application Management for Platforms (CAMP) is REST-based interoperable protocol used by cloud implementers to package and deploy their applications.

CAMP 1.1 defines the artifacts and APIs that need to be offered by a Platform as a Service (PaaS) cloud to manage the building, running, administration, monitoring and patching of applications in the cloud. Its purpose is to enable interoperability among self-service interfaces to PaaS clouds by defining artifacts and formats that can be used with any conforming cloud and enable independent vendors to create tools and services that interact with any conforming cloud using the defined interfaces. This public review ends 17 Mar.

CAMP Test Assertions 1.1 defines the conditions required  for implementation conformance with CAMP. This public review ends 2 Apr.

Australia puts AS4 applications to the test

Congratulations to OASIS members, Axway, Flame Computing, and TIBCO for successfully participated in this test event, which was administered by the Drummond Group for Australia's federal superannuation industry project SuperStream. The OASIS AS4 Profile of the ebMS standard provides a secure and reliable business messaging platform for businesses, governments and other organizations to interoperate seamlessly across national, regional and global boundaries.
"Nobody is going to have an 'AS4' sticker on their MacBook Pro anytime soon. But this is how much real-life B2B is done - with heavyweight, bulletproof, secure messages."
--Mark O'Neil, Axway

Britain's Smart Cities Standard uses OASIS Transformational Government Framework

The Smart Cities standard establishes a good practice framework for leaders to develop, agree on, and deliver strategies that can transform their city’s ability to meet future challenges. Developed by the British Standards Institute, the specification draws on OASIS TGF, which provides an overall framework for using IT to improve the delivery of public services.
Making headlines
"Smart grid interoperability: We now have an answer (its initials are MQTT)"
Geoff Brown of M2Mi writes in SmartGridNews about how to achieve the security and privacy we need for  IoT to succeed.
Important Dates

12 Mar
DSS-X public review ends

17 Mar
MQTT Testing Day at EclipseCon NA

CAMP 1.1 public review ends

20 Mar
KMIP public review ends

25 Mar
OSLC PROMCODE teleconference 

OSLC Automation teleconference 

31 Mar
Energy Interoperation public review ends 

1-3 Apr
"OSLC Connect" event at the ALM Forum

2 Apr
CAMP Test Assertions 1.1 public review ends

OSLC Connect

1-3 Apr/Seattle
OSLC Connect sessions and lightning rounds will be featured. OASIS members receive $300 off with registration code: OSLCCONNECT.
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