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Conference Title: Cloud: SOA, Semantics, & Data Science

Theme: The Changing Landscape of Federal Information Technology

Dates: 9/10/2013  to 9/11/2013

Location: The Waterford, Springfield, VA

Contact: Tammy Kicker (tkicker@AFEI.org)

Web Site: http://www.afei.org/events/3A03/Pages/default.aspx

Featuring 15th SOA for E-Gov Conference: http://semanticommunity.info/Federal_SOA/13th_SOA_for_E-Government_Conference_April_3_2012

Federal organizations are racing to capitalize on social, mobile and cloud computing trends to provide solutions for their agency mission needs.  At the same time there is great pressure to spend less while improving capability, service, cost and flexibility.

This event is an open knowledge exchange forum for communities of practice in Cloud, SOA, Semantics, and Data Science.  It brings together thought leaders and experts from the federal and business communities to continue the conversation around best practices in advancing SOA, semantic technology and data science within the Cloud construct.

The event builds on the successes of two previous events: the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) e-Government Conferences and the Department of Defense SOA and Semantic Technology Conferences.

This event is focused on SOA, Cloud Computing, Semantics Technology and Data Analytics.

SOA uses data as a service, which in turn requires dealing effectively with semantics.  Data science is used to process and analyze the data for those semantics to extract information.  Given the recent pronouncement by Dominic Sale, OMB (invited Keynote) that "all content is data", this conference is especially timely and focused.

Presenters and panelists will examine the benefits of governance frameworks and approaches Federal agencies are pursuing to increase the maturity and efficiency of their SOA, Cloud, Semantic Technology and Data Science.

The types of technology focused on and its applications are summarized in the table below.

 

Speaker Technology Applications Comments
Brand Niemann Data Science Data Visualization Tools (12 Leaders and Chalengers) OMB Analytic Data Sets and Public Data Sets for DC Data Science Community Director and Senior Data Scientist, Semantic Community and Founder of Federal SOA Community of Practice
Dominic Sale (invited) TBD TBD OMB Chief of Data Analytics & Reporting
Steve Woodward Cloud Computing in Canada New Agency CEO, Cloud Perspectives
David S. Linthicum Cloud and SOA Convergence Your Enterprise Cloud Computing Thought Leader, Executive, Consultant, Author, and Speaker
Denzil Wasson Semantics Cloud and SOA for Government Chief Technology Officer, Everware-CBDI
Vendor Showcase Multiple Multiple Always a Favorite at These Conferences
Use Cases and Pilots Cray Graph Computer Semantic Medline - National Library of Medicine & White House OSTP’s NITRD Federal Big Data Senior Steering WG Discovery of Disease Cause and Effect
Geoffrey Charles Fox Cyberinfrastructure Enabling e-Government, e-Business and e-More Or Less Anything Associate Dean for Graduate Studies & Research
Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Informatics, Indiana University
Dennis Wisnosky Semantics Mainstream Former DoD Business Mission Area CTO, member of the Enterprise Data Management Council
Michaela Iorga Cloud Computing and Security Government and Industry Senior Security Technical Lead for Cloud Computing and Chair, NIST Cloud Computing Security WG
Use Cases and Pilots Semantics & Other Mission/Business Transformation Needs Four Applications for Department of Veterans Affairs and Other Organizations

Your participation and suggested contributions are welcomed to continue to build and sustain this unique community of communities of practice to improve the delivery of government services in support of the US Federal Digital Government Strategy and Open Government Data Initiatives.

Author: Brand Niemann, former Senior Enterprise Architect and Data Scientist with the US EPA, completed 30 years of federal service in 2010. Since then he has worked as a data scientist for a number of organizations, produced data science products for a large number of data sets, and published data stories for Federal Computer Week, Semantic Community and AOL/Breaking Government.

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Slide 3 The Changing Landscape of Federal Information Technology

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Slide 4 Data Science DC in Review

http://semanticommunity.info/Data_Science/Data_Science_DC#Story_2

See Full Blog Below

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Slide 5 Lobbying on the Immigration Bill

https://silverspotfire.tibco.com/us/...nData-Spotfire

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Slide 6 Now: Highlights

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Slide 7 Now: Highlights

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Source: http://datacommunitydc.org/blog/2013...ce-conference/

Cloud SOA Semantics and Data Science Conference

This is a guest post prepared by the SOA, Semantics, & Data Science conference for the Data Community DC Blog to provide introduction/context to the types of technology that the conference focuses on, and its applications.

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Featuring 15th SOA for E-Gov Conference: http://semanticommunity.info/Federal_SOA

Conference Title: Cloud: SOA, Semantics, & Data Science
Theme: The Changing Landscape of Federal Information Technology
Dates: 9/10/2013  to 9/11/2013
Location: The Waterford, Springfield, VA
Contact: Tammy Kicker (tkicker@AFEI.org)
Web Site: http://www.afei.org/events/3A03/Pages/default.aspx

Federal organizations are racing to capitalize on social, mobile and cloud computing trends to provide solutions for their agency mission needs.  At the same time, there is great pressure to spend less while improving capability, service, cost and flexibility.

This event is an open knowledge exchange forum for communities of practice in Cloud, SOA, Semantics, and Data Science.  It brings together thought leaders and experts from the federal and business communities to continue the conversation around best practices in advancing SOA, semantic technology and data science within the Cloud construct.

The event builds on the successes of two previous events: the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) e-Government Conferences and the Department of Defense SOA and Semantic Technology Conferences.

This event is focused on SOA, Cloud Computing, Semantics Technology and Data Analytics.

SOA uses data as a service, which in turn requires dealing effectively with semantics.  Data science is used to process and analyze the data for those semantics to extract information.  Given the recent pronouncement by Dominic Sale, OMB (invited Keynote) that “all content is data”, this conference is especially timely and focused.

Presenters and panelists will examine the benefits of governance frameworks and approaches Federal agencies are pursuing to increase the maturity and efficiency of their SOA, Cloud, Semantic Technology and Data Science.

The types of technology focused on and its applications are summarized in the table below.

 

Speaker Technology Applications Comments
Brand Niemann Data Science Data Visualization Tools (12 Leaders and Chalengers) OMB Analytic Data Sets and Public Data Sets for DC Data Science Community Director and Senior Data Scientist, Semantic Community and Founder of Federal SOA Community of Practice
Dominic Sale (invited) TBD TBD OMB Chief of Data Analytics & Reporting
Steve Woodward Cloud Computing in Canada New Agency CEO, Cloud Perspectives
David S. Linthicum Cloud and SOA Convergence Your Enterprise Cloud Computing Thought Leader, Executive, Consultant, Author, and Speaker
Denzil Wasson Semantics Cloud and SOA for Government Chief Technology Officer, Everware-CBDI
Vendor Showcase Multiple Multiple Always a Favorite at These Conferences
Use Cases and Pilots Cray Graph Computer Semantic Medline – National Library of Medicine & White House OSTP’s NITRD Federal Big Data Senior Steering WG Discovery of Disease Cause and Effect
Geoffrey Charles Fox Cyberinfrastructure Enabling e-Government, e-Business and e-More Or Less Anything Associate Dean for Graduate Studies & Research
Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Informatics, Indiana University
Dennis Wisnosky Semantics Mainstream Former DoD Business Mission Area CTO, member of the Enterprise Data Management Council
Michaela Iorga Cloud Computing and Security Government and Industry Senior Security Technical Lead for Cloud Computing and Chair, NIST Cloud Computing Security WG
Use Cases and Pilots Semantics & Other Mission/Business Transformation Needs Four Applications for Department of Veterans Affairs and Other Organizations

Your participation and suggested contributions are welcomed to continue to build and sustain this unique community of communities of practice to improve the delivery of government services in support of the US Federal Digital Government Strategy and Open Government Data Initiatives.

Author

Brand Niemann, former Senior Enterprise Architect and Data Scientist with the US EPA, completed 30 years of federal service in 2010. Since then he has worked as a data scientist for a number of organizations, produced data science products for a large number of data sets, and published data stories for Federal Computer Week, Semantic Community and AOL/Breaking Government.

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Agenda and Notes

September 10, 2013

Time Agenda Notes
7:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast  

8:30 AM

 

Welcome and Overview

Brand Niemann, Semantic Community, Director, and Co-Chair Emeritus of the Federal SOA Community of Practice

Slides

See this blog and recent work on Data Science for OMB, OSTP-NITRD, senior government managers, individual agencies and programs, Data.gov, Japanese Government, etc.

8:45 AM

Government Keynote Speaker

Federal Identity Management and Cloud Adoption

Deborah Gallagher, (PDF) Office of Governmentwide Policy, GSA

No Slides - Speaking from notes

Co-chair of Federal Identity Management Council

Question: NPE Non-person Entities being addressed?

Answer: Work going on to identify devices and people using them connected to the Internet

9:30 AM

Industry Keynote Speaker

Cloud Computing – Key Models and Integration Perspectives

Steve Woodward(PDFCEO, Cloud Perspectives

Steven shares updates from several of the international cloud standards related organizations. In Canada, he leads several of the cloud computing initiatives in both the private and public sectors, and will provide insights to where SOA approaches fit into the cloud eco-system.

Slides

Heard the US Federal Government is considering using the Canadian model of a new separate agency for Shard Services

Cloud rental costs can be more than meets the eye

Cultural and policy beat cloud technology all the time - which has been around a long a long time

Virtualization is not the cloud - it enables it

SOA opportunities in SaaS and PaaS

SOA approaches and Cloud help realize "Real Business Benefits"

10:15 AM

Networking Break

 

10:45 AM

Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Your Enterprise

David S. Linthicum(PDFCloud Computing Thought Leader, Executive, Consultant, Author, and Speaker

Slides

Not to be confused with SOA (Sons of Anarchy)

Redefining cloud computing again (InfoWorld March 2012)

Really takes 5 years to transform to SOA - wrote the book and find some things are working and some are not

Data is the "Killer App" for Cloud

Most Cloud-Based Systems are Lacking Architecture

11:30 AM

Enabling SOA and Cloud through Consistent Semantics

A discourse on the state of play of SOA and Cloud, their relationships to one another and the key role that semantics will play in the successful realization of both the SOA and Cloud vision. Discussion as to the significance of the focus on semantics for future solutions and guidance that can be used now to position current efforts to take advantage of that future.

Denzil Wasson(PDF)  Chief Technology Officer, Everware-CBDI

Slides

The key role that semantics will play in the successful realization of both the SOA and Cloud vision.

SOA vision not achieved yet

Semantics about cloud-based services themselves not yet  being standardized

In the absence of common semantics, proprietary APIs abound

NIEM is an example of common semantics

Develop knowledge not just code and semantic mediation

Example of client that no longer wanted a relational databases approach

12:15 PM - 1:30 PM

12:45 PM - 1:15 PM

Industry Showcase & Luncheon

Industry Lightning Round presentations

Slides

I was eating during Layer 7 presentation

CA Technologies Completes Layer 7 Acquisition

Slides

Navdeep Sidhu, Sr. Director Product Marketing, SoftwareAG

Separate commercial and government companies

Integration is more relevant than ever (Gartner 2013: 33% more spend on application integration by medium to large businesses in next 5 years)

About a dozen world-wide data exchanges that use webMethods

1:30 PM

Panel Discussion: NIEM, Open Data and SOA

Moderated by Michael Howell, (PDFISE Deputy Program Manager

David Webber(PDF)  Oracle

Donna Roy(PDFExecutive Director, Information Sharing Environment Office, DHS (invited)

 - Cory Casanave(PDFPresident and CEO, Model Driven Solutions, Inc.

Jim Logan, (PDF)  Everware-CBDI

Slides: 1, 2, 3, 4

MIchael Howell: Donna Roy not able to attend

Who Steers NIEM (DoJ, DHS, & HHS) and What is NIEM?

A translation layer providing interoperability across disparate systems

Cory Casanave: Solving the Data Problem (UML is the middle ground solution and semantics is under consideration)

Jim Logan: Bridging Existing Systems to NIEM (more difficult because of mindset and not technology). Using MDA to generate transformations to NIEM export

David Webber: Example Projects and Domain Solutions, 80% is process and 20% is technology.

My comments: RDF-based Savannah from Thetus being used by the Intelligence Community and Graph Databases simplify or eliminate the problems with RDBS, Data Integration, Information Sharing, and Semantic Web approaches.

Dennis Wisnosky: Will show tomorrow how the Semantic Web simplifies all of this.

 2:30 PM

Networking Break

 

 3:00 PM

Government Guest Speaker

NIST Clout Computing and Big Data Forum

Michaela Iorga, Ph.D., (PDF) Senior Security Technical Lead for Cloud Computing

Chair, NIST Cloud Computing Security WG
Co-Chair, NIST Cloud Computing Forensic Science WG

Slides

My dental records are in the cloud.

Organization and Products of the NIST Cloud Computing Program.

6th Cloud and Mobility Forum, October 1-3st

Spreadsheets available by the end of the year.

My Question: FedRamp qualified vendor/broker must meet your security requirements and maintain them, otherwise you have to get them to meet your additional requirements.

 

3:45 PM

Semantic Medline - A use case/pilot presentation

National Library of Medicine semantic application for discovery of disease cause and effect that our team of Data Scientists is working on for the White House OSTP’s NITRD Federal Big Data Senior Steering WG (FBDSSWG) running on a Cray Graph Computer
Tim White,
(PDF)  YarcData

Tom Rindflesch (PDF) Semantic Medline

YarcData Videos(Schizo-7 minutes, Cancer-21 minutes) 

Tim Slides Data Analytics: Supercomputer & Graph Analysis

APRIL 4, 2013: YarcData Announces Winners of $100,000 Graph Analytics Challenge

Tim:

Using their own computer for the demo.

YarcData is a subsidiary of Cray because it is a community service business. Graph analytics appliance for government customer who wanted to work with the big data graph.

You don't know what you don't know.

YarcData application for baseball (my Moneyball application)  Exponential growth in baseball data. High-risk decisions on $100,000,000 players are made without the benefit of this.

Needle in a haystack: Use a magnet

Stack of Needles: Need a needle piece finder

Why is there a Phillies fan at a Padres game and who is he with?

"I do not know what I am going to search" No reference locality and no starting point.

Federated queries with RDF for discovery - graph analytics is everywhere

DIscovering New Cyber Threats, New Treatments (30 databases around 200 GB - does not work on RDBMS), etc.

Graph Analytics is reaching an inflection Point (Gartner BI Summit, May 2013).

Facebook using Graph Search

Provide a data platform for big data graphs using RDF/SPARQ from W3C.

Real-time, interactive analytics on large graph problems.

Future: Allow for increasingly complex applications and simpler searches.

Tom Slides: Semantic Medline

What is Semantic Medline and how was it created

Cooperative reciprocity

Exploiting semantic processing by Guiding Research and see Trends

Use Case 1: Schizophrenia

Looking at Glutamate

Use Case 2: Cancer

Looking at Cancer Immunotherapy

Acknowledge Team

See Brand Niemann for background

4:30 PM Adjourn/Closing Remarks  

Brand Niemann

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Brand Niemann, former Senior Enterprise Architect and Data Scientist with the US EPA, completed 30 years of federal service in 2010. Since then he has worked as a data scientist for a number of organizations, produced data science products for a large number of data sets, and published data stories for Federal Computer Week, Semantic Community and AOL/Breaking Government.

Tom (NLM) and Tim and Erin (from YarcData) gave amazing presentations and demos.

We are ready to come back to present our progress to the Federal Big Data Senior Steering Work Group with the story as follows:

1. We formed the Data Science Team and presented what we planned to do at our 14th SOA for eGov Conference, October 2, 2012

http://semanticommunity.info/Federal_SOA/14th_SOA_for_E-Government_Conference_October_2_2012

http://semanticommunity.info/A_NITRD_Dashboard/Semantic_Medline

2. We also presented to the IAC Emerging Technology SIG Meeting: Big Data Committee, November 27, 2012:

http://semanticommunity.info/Emerging_Technology_SIG_Big_Data_Committee

3. We presented our progress to the Federal Big Data Steering Work Group, January 15, 2013 http://semanticommunity.info/Emerging_Technology_SIG_Big_Data_Committee/Government_Challenges_With_Big_Data

4. We (George Strawn, Tom Rindflesch, and Brand Niemann) discussed how to move forward at lunch: Tom mental health and cancer uses cases, Brand help from YarcData getting the Semantic Medline database running more fully, and George Strawn: more encouragement

5. YarcData got the Semantic Medline database into their Graph Computer in short order and worked with Tom to explore the two new uses cases that were presented live yesterday to a very enthusiastic and excited audience, September 10, 2013:

http://semanticommunity.info/Data_Science/Cloud_SOA_Semantics_and_Data_Science_Conference (Slides to be posted today) The YarcData Graph Computer was in Wisconsin and the response time to new queries was very fast!

6. We are planning to continue the discussion at the Graph Connect Conference, October 3-4, San Francisco, California, and the data science team work in the Graph Database Meetup, October 22, 2013 (use of Semantic Medline in multiple graph database tools) http://www.graphconnect.com/san-francisco/agenda-san-francisco/

http://www.meetup.com/graphdb-baltimore/events/125172912/

http://semanticommunity.info/Data_Science/Graph_Databases

http://semanticommunity.info/Data_Science/Graph_Databases/Tutorial

Deborah Gallagher

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Steve Woodward

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David S. Linthicum

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Denzil Wasson

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Michael Howell

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David Webber

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Donna Roy

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Cory Casanave

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Jim Logan

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Michaela Iorga

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NIST, Senior Security Technical Lead for Cloud Computing

Ten years experience in the development of complex security architectures with recent emphasis on Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules (FIPS 140), Identity Credential and Privilege Management (PIV, TWIC, CAC), Conformity Assesment Programs, NVLAP laboratory accreditation, Secure Content Automation Protocol (SCAP), PKI, secure wireless communications, secure web applications and cryptographic frameworks;

Hands-on experience developing secure wireless communication protocols, cryptographic algorithms, kernel modules, and ad-hoc routing protocols for devices with ARM, CERF and x86 architectures, running Linux OS. Additional experience includes: HB 150-17 requirements for accreditation laboratories for cryptographic modules testing, FIPS 140-2 requirements for cryptographic modules validation, design and implementation of PKI-based systems, Certificate Authorities, Secure Key-Stores, Certificate Repositories, and distributed data files systems, in particular advertising and discovery mechanisms;

Twenty years of overall programming experience with computational models in a scientific environment;

Solid educational background (Ph.D.) which enables me to quickly learn and implement complex technical problems;

Specialties

project management, information systems security professional;
secure wireless communication, wireless ad-hoc networks, smartcards (PIV, CAC), identity management;
NVLAP laboratories accreditation specialist;
full cycle software development (Linux, Windows, AIX, Solaris) x86 and ARM architectures.

Tim White

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Tom Rindflesch

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Thomas Rindflesch has a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of Minnesota and conducts research in natural language processing in the Lister Hill Center for Biomedical Communications at the National Library of Medicine. He is developing Semantic Medline, a biomedical information management application that combines document retrieval, semantic processing, and knowledge visualization to facilitate scientific discovery. Recent research concentrates on exploring this technology for supporting literature-based discovery.

September 11, 2013

Time Agenda Notes
7:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast Moment of silence for 9/11

8:30 AM

Industry Opening Keynote Speaker

Moving Semantics Into the Mainstream

Dennis Wisnosky, (PDF)  Wizdom Systems, Former DoD Business Mission Area CTO, member of the Enterprise Data Management Council

Slides YouTube

DoD still trying to get a financial statement and pass a full audit (see my story)

Work on standards in OMG: FIBO Ontologies

Find all model instances for all applicants who applied in 2011 and were disbursed by check?

Hosted on a EDMC managed server

9:15 AM

Harnessing the Forces of Disruptive Innovation
Cloud Computing, Enterprise Mobility, Big Data and Social Business are converging and acting as four disruptive forces across Government agencies. 
Mr. Greer will describe how agency leaders can use SOA as a foundational element in harnessing these forces and using them to drive innovation.
Melvin Greer(PDF)  Sr. Fellow and Chief Strategist, SOA / Cloud Computing, Lockheed Martin

Slides

Took long time from the discovery of electricity and its application (Edison's light bulb).

Harnessing four disruptions: Cloud Computing, Mobility, Big Data Analytics, and Social Media

Already happening outside government!

Moving from Back Office to End-User

Develop a disruptive literate workforce that produces ROI

Fail fast and often

Network in forums like these

NGA Demo for Voice of Industry. See: NCOIC.org and Press Release (September 5, 2013)

10:00 AM

Networking Break

 

10:30 PM

 

Semantics in the Mainstream – Real cases of semantic technology applied to mission/business transformation needs

Department of Veterans Affairs Process Modeling and Design Center (PMDC) – Semantically rich process models for SOA solution design.

Randy Coleman(PDF)  Wizdom Systems

The VA PMDC Operational Framework results in a consistent look and understanding of process models and designs created in the PMDC. Consistency and common representation of business processes through the use of BPMN 2.0 promotes comparability of business processes and IT solution requirements and designs across VA OIT.  Process modeling creates most value when the models are tightly coupled with a clear community domain vocabulary (ontology).

Services Modeling Using BPMN 2.0 – It’s Not Just Boxes and Arrows Anymore!

Lloyd Dugan(PDF)  BPMN4SCA

BPMN is now a visual programming language for designing component and composite services.  Leveraging this requires modeling conventions, primitives and patterns, and attribution schemes to populate and enrich the BPMN XML.  BPMN can thus be used to model enterprise services, and the BPMN XML provides the model data that can be consumed and transformed.

Semantic BPMN: BPMN-2.0 Ontology-Based Query Engine

Mohamed Keshk(PDF)  Semantic BPMN

BPMN ontology-based query engine will enable business users to automate retrieving and searching information located in any BPMN-2.0 repository. The engine leverages the integration power of semantic technology to seamlessly link different BPMN repositories and find out patterns and anomalies via the inferring capability. In addition, the engine provides a mechanism – for the first time - to uniformly link business process models represented in BPMN-2.0 with their consumed data represented in UML, in an open standard way.  The engine is augmented by a BPMN-to-OWL generator to transform the instances of business process models from XML into RDF/OWL format. This will guarantee fully automated process to analyze information about process model instances, and make timely decisions.

Pulling together process models, data and standards ontologies into agile and lightweight Semantic Architecture Knowledge

Jim Kindrick(PDF)  Jacobs Technology/ISG

A semantic approach to the creation of architecture knowledge that supports development of rapid and agile services for critical mission/business transformation needs.  Semantics support the creation of implementable, mainstream, business service solutions that are interoperable both in process orchestration and in the sharing and understanding of data.  This approach is compatible with any established architectural framework, without the weight of artifact creation, and is supportive of the federation and integration of architectures, real-time, within any enterprise.  The use of standards ontologies such as FIBO or any other community domain vocabulary, joined with the light weight architecture ontology, enables speed and understanding for decision support and solution development in any enterprise.

Slides: 1, 2, 3, 4

Missed Randy Coleman due to phone call

Loyd Dugan

Difficulty mapping BPMN to Services

It's Not Just Drawing Boxes and Arrows Anymore!

Mohamed Keshk

Contributed Technologies: Semantic Technology, Metamodel, and BMMN-2.0

When I do this process, where is the data going?

Question: See a specific query based on infererred data?

Answer: Yes. For example, show conformance to a standard and it returned a result. Most of this is done just verbally now.

BAM without BAM (Business Activity Monitoring)

Jim Kindrick

Fundamental Business Architecture Framework

Need to aggregate up to be useful across the enterprise

Formal Link between the Why, What, and How?

Randy Coleman

Brought together as a team over many years so it can be done now.

My Comments: Using BeInformed for NGA Demo where the Business Process is the Conceptual Metamodel is the Application is the Documentation. Started with NGA Director Long's new mission statement and list of services in a Be Informed Studio Metamodel with slight modification and started to built out the details. See: NCOIC.org and Press Release (September 5, 2013) Be Free

 

 

 

12:00 PM Closing Remarks See Blog with Notes and Slides

Dennis Wisnosky

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Melvin Greer

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Randy Coleman

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Lloyd Dugan

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Jim Kindrick

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