SOA-RM & SOA-RA Colleagues,
this message on behalf of Heather Kreger. Apologies in advance for any
work with Duane to provide the official Open Group links on our SOA-RM TC home
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Here Its Here!
Here is the final SOA Navigation paper! Thanks everyone for the
hard work and perseverance!
It has been approved by The Open Group SOA WG
It has been approved by OASIS SOA RM TC
It has been approved by OMG for publication with the OMG logo (though official
OMG approval is still pending, this should not hold us up).
We have added appendix's to the Open Group SOA Governance Framework, OSIMM, and
SOA Ontology with the SOA Navigation summary (Spec Insert.
We have a presentation of the paper at The Open Group on July 22. and is posted
Please feel free to use this presentation.
We have FINAL approval and be able to publish the paper on:
The Open Group-
Open Group Bookstore: http://www.opengroup.org/bookstore/catalog/w096.htm
(this version requires you fill out a contacts form)
SOA WG site: http://www.opengroup.org/projects/soa/uploads/40/20044/W096.pdf
An email has been sent to the SOA WG
OASIS ...please publish on the TC site and send an email to the TC
OMG .. Jim, can you ask for an update of the version published at: http://www.omg.org/cgi-bin/doc?ad/2009-06-01
Please also email the task forces and SOA Sig.
Here is the statement we're looking to send to the press that can be used
as an intro/abstract:
Members of OASIS, OMG, and The Open Group
announce the publication of a new white paper, "Navigating the SOA Open
Standards Landscape Around Architecture." The paper was produced to help
the SOA community at large navigate the myriad of overlapping technical
products produced by these organizations with specific emphasis on the
“A” in SOA; i.e., Architecture.
This joint white paper explains and positions standards for SOA reference
models, ontologies, reference architectures, maturity models, modeling
languages, and governance. It outlines where the works are similar,
highlights the strengths of each body of work, and touches on how the work can
be used together in complementary ways. It is also meant as a guide to users of
these specifications for selecting the technical products most appropriate for
their needs, consistent with where they are today and where they plan to head
on their SOA journeys.
We are working
on getting quotes to go with this statement to the Press. We're trying to
get this done by Monday so that Carol Geyer (OASIS) can send it out before her
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