Subject: Public review of a specification related to energy and SOA/servicedeployment optimization
Specifications from the OASIS SOA-EERP (Service Oriented
Architecture-End-to-End Resource Management) Technical Committee are
now in public review ending April 2. Details of the review, links to
the documents, and how to respond are on the TC Public Page,
Please start with the TC's approved White Paper http://docs.oasis-open.org/soa-eerp/whitepaper/EERP-Model-UseCase-WhitePaper-cd03.pdf to understand the problems addressed, the motivations, and how these specifications can help solve real business problems.
The scope is any SOA-described business process and the selection of service deployments to optimize business performance.
The three specifications are
(1) Business Quality of Service (BQoS)
(2) Business Service Level Agreement (BSLA)
(3) Business Rating of Service (Rating)
These specifications are the basis for optimization of SOA deployments, expressing and using business requirements and characteristics. One of the specifications (BQoS) reflects an approach to describing energy product definitions, but in a more generalized manner ( so it's related to the work of the Energy Market Information Exchange TC, http://oasis-open.org/committees/emix/ ).
The specifications in their first public review define the information exchanged. The technical white paper (direct link http://docs.oasis-open.org/soa-eerp/whitepaper/EERP-Model-UseCase-WhitePaper-cd03.pdf ) explains how they fit together and the message exchanges that the TC is currently working on.
Please contact me with any questions; comments need to go to the soa-eerp-comment list to be considered.