Hosts Successful Meeting in New Brunswick, NJ
Board of Director elections held; Many technologies
Needham, MA- 10-09-2013-The Object Management Group
(OMG®) held its quarterly technical meeting at the Hyatt
Regency in New Brunswick, NJ from September 22nd-26th.
TASK FORCE/WORKING GROUP MEETING HIGHLIGHTS
The week featured a meeting of the new Security Fabric
Working Group (SFWG). A proposed Security Fabric Framework
would take a "Security in Depth" strategy for
Application, Middleware and Platform security by
provisioning security silicon approaches and standard
firmware-based management approaches. Visit http://sfsig.omg.org
to stay up to date on SFWG.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS (BOD) MEETING HIGHLIGHTS
The OMG BOD elected two new members to its rank (Manish
Patil, Dell and Said Tabet, EMC) as well as re-electing ten
members who have already held seats. Visit http://www.omg.org/bod-pr
for more information.
The BOD adopted multiple technologies at the meeting.
These include the Web-enabled DDS submission.
Also adopted were the finalized versions of the Property
& Casualty Data Model 1.0, Services Directory 1.0, and
Automated Function Point 1.0. The revised IDL to C++11
Language Mapping 1.1, Common Terminology Services 2 1.1, and
Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Rules 1.2 were also
adopted. For more information, visit www.omg.org/spec/index.htm.
RFCs, RFIs, AND RFPs ISSUED
Numerous Requests for Comments (RFCs), Requests for
Information (RFIs) and Requests for Proposals (RFPs) were
issued during the meeting week. These include:
" Common Terminology Services 2 XML to JSON
Transformation Rules RFC
" Data Distribution Service- Enterprise Edge RFI
" FIBO Foundations RFC
" Software Defined Network Application Ecosystem RFI
" UML Profile for the Global Justice Information
Sharing Initiative Reference Architecture RFP
" Unified Component Model for Distributed, Real-Time
and Embedded Systems RFP
" UPDM 3.0 RFP
To view these and other RFC, RFI, and RFP documents,
THE NEXT TC MEETING
OMG's next meeting will take place at the Hyatt Regency in
Santa Clara, CA from December 9th-December 13th. For more
information, visit www.omg.org/santa-clara
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technologies and an even wider range of industries. OMG's
modeling standards enable powerful visual design, execution
and maintenance of software and other processes.
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