4th SOA for E-Government Conference October 1-2 2007

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Fourth Service Oriented Architecture for E-Government Conference, October 1-2, 2007, at MITRE

Theme: An Information Sharing Environment for Enterprise Architecture, Semantic Interoperability, Service-Oriented Architecture, Data and Information Architecture, and Service Systems.

Purposes and Background

  • Fact Sheet and SOA CoP Demo Phase 4 (Open to All)
  • See June 13-15, 2007, Gartner Enterprise Architecture Conference. June 14th Keynote: Data and Information Architecture: Not Just for Enterprise Architects! (Discussion Lead by Two Gartner Analysts). Actual Presentation(transcript in process)
  • The Value of Best Practices from Communities of Practice to the Federal CIO Council and Federal Chief Information Officer Council Strategic Plan: FY 2007-2009 (28 pp.)
  • CIO Council to join Government 2.0: Wikinomics, Government & Democracy Research Project, Architecture Principles for The U.S. Government (... to become more citizen-centered, service-oriented, and market-driven... collaborate with other governments and people, etc.), and Seven Rules for Using EA, IDGA’s 5th Annual DOD Architectures Summit, April 11, 2007, Dick Burk, Chief Architect and Manager, Federal Enterprise Architecture Program, OMB.
  • September 11-12, 2007, SOAInstitute.org’s Service Oriented Architecture Conference, Washington, DC. Invited Presentation on Case Study: The Federal SOA Community of Practice


Logo Compliments of the SOAInstitute.Org

Prepartions: See SOA CoP Demo Phase 4


  • (1) Open Call for Participation (July 24, 2007), Proposals Due (August 10, 2007), and Notification on Proposals: August 25, 2007.
  • (2) Registration Open: Registrants
  • (3) Registration Closed: September 24th, 2007 (or when 300 registrants reached)
  • (4) All Presentations and Tutorials Due to Review and Post: September 27, 2007.

Logistics (see more Logistics details below):

  • Location: The MITRE Corporation, McLean, Virginia, MITRE-1 Building Auditorium, 7515 Colshire Drive McLean, VA 22102-7508.
  • Accomodations: A list of hotels in the Tyson's Corner area is available for download.

Planning Committee:

  • Greg Lomow, SOA CoP Co-Chair and BearingPoint
  • Brand Niemann, SOC CoP Co-Chair and US EPA
  • Steve Else, SOA CoP Secretary, and Track 4 Lead
  • Fran Dougherty and Greg Linden, MITRE Hosts
  • Rick Tucker, MITRE Host Emeritus
  • Susan Turnbull, GSA and AIC
  • Judith Hurwitz, Hurwitz and Associates
  • Ron Schmelzer, ZapThink
  • Christopher Ball, CGI Federal and SOA CoP Demo
  • Burc Oral, Cell Exchange and SOA Consortium
  • Gary Berg-Cross, EM-I, Track 1 Lead
  • John Salasin, NIST, Track 2 Lead
  • Cory Casanave, Model Driven and SOA CoP Demo
  • Ken Mullins, Ken Laskey, and Gabe Galvan, MITRE
  • Steve Olding, IAC SOA Committee and Everware - CBDI
  • Sam Chance and Brand Niemann, Jr., SAIC, and Track 3 Co-Leads


Monday October 1 2007

(All Together All Day)

  • 7:30 – 8:30 AM, Conference Check In (must be pre-registered)
  • 8:30 – 9:00 AM, MITRE Welcome and SOA CoP and Conference Overview, Fran Dougherty and Greg Linden (MITRE), Conference Host, Greg Lomow (BearingPoint) and BrandNiemann (US EPA), SOA CoP Co-Chairs
  • 9:00 - 9:45 AM, Opening Keynote: The Movement Towards a Service Oriented Architecture
  • 9:45 - 10:30 AM, SOA CoP Demo Phase 4 Summary Reports:
    • Federal Jump Start Kit and FUSE: Michelle Davis, IONA. Slides
    • Model-Driven SOA at GSA: Cory Casanave, Modeldriven.Com. Slides
    • Information Supply Chains, Christopher Ball, CGI Federal. Slides
    • Semantic SOA in the SAIC SOA Facility: Sam Chance, SAIC. Slides
  • 10:30 - 11:00 AM, BREAK
  • 11:00 - 12 NOON, SOA Roadmap Best Practices Panel, David Linthicum, ZapThink, Facilitator
  • 12 NOON - 2 PM, Networking Lunch (MITRE Cafeteria) and Posters/Exhibitors (Atrium). Table Assignments and Exhibit Layout and Tutorial Signup Opens.
  • 2 - 4 PM - Plenary Session: What's New
    • Towards Semantic Web 2.0 - Creating Social Semantic Information Spaces, Stefan Decker, Professor and Director of the Digital Enterprise Research Institute at the National University of Ireland in Galway. Abstract and Slides.
    • Collective SOA Wisdom: A Consortium Experience and SOA and ITIL Convergence: Towards a Business Service Information Library, Burc Oral, Cell Exchange and The SOA ConsortiumDescription.
    • IAC SOA Committee and IAC SOA Committee Survey, Steve Olding, Steve Olding, Everware-CBDI, and John Smith, Ventera. Slides
    • SOAInstitute.Org: A Peer to Peer Exchange for Service-Oriented Architecture Professionals, Gregg Rock, President & Founder, Brainstorm Group. Inc. Slides.
  • 4:00 - 5:30 PM, Preview of Day 2, Closing Keynote, and Networking

Tuesday October 2 2007

(Three Concurrent Activities with Common Break and Lunch Times)

  • 7:30 – 8:30 AM, Conference Check In (must be pre-registered)


in Conference Room 1 H 301 (LIMITED TO 40)

Auditorium Sessions

  • 8:30 - 10 AM, Topic: Semantics for SOA Panel, Gary Berg-Cross, EM-I, Organizer. Slides.
  • 10:00-10:30 AM, BREAK
  • 10:30 AM – 12 NOON, Topic: Metrics for Managing SOA Development Projects Panel, John Salasin, Organizer. Description and Slides.
    • Min-Gu Lee and Carlos Amaro, Lockheed Martin/EPA. Slides
    • Randy Leonard, PhaseOne Consulting Group. Slides
    • Sanjay Hirani for Karen Kaye and Con Kenny, FAA. Slides
    • Charlie Brown, IBM. Slides.
  • 12 NOON - 1 PM, Networking Lunch (MITRE Cafeteria on your own)
  • 1 - 2:30 PM, Topic: Services: From the Fabric to the User (Sam Chance and Brand Niemann, Jr., Organizers. Descriptions (Word and PowerPoint): 12 and Panelists:
  • 2:30-2:45 PM, SHORT BREAK
  • 2:45 - 4:15 PM, Topic: Event-Driven Architecture and SOA, Steve Else, Organizer. Description
    • Steve Else, Certified Enterprise Architect, Overview of Complex Event Processing in the Context of SOA and Public Health Information Network (PHIN) Case Study of the Public Health Information Network at the Department of Health and Human Services as a Service-Oriented, Event-Driven Architecture
    • Thomas Beckman, Beckman Associates, Agents. Slides
    • See Gartner Event Processing SummitEvent-Driven Architecture Overview, and NCOIC session on "Event Processing for Net-Centric Operations. Slides and Proceedings and SOA and EDA
    • Adrian Walker, Reengineering LLC, A Wiki and SOA Endpoint for Knowledge in Open Vocabulary, Executable English. Description and Slides.
      • Note: Late Submission-Waitlist 1 placed here because of cancellation.
  • 4:15-5:00 PM, Networking and Then Must Leave the Facility

Breakout Session (Atrium)

(October 2, 2007): Chaired by the IAC SOA Committee Leadership (also judges of the Best Breakout Session Presentation)

  • Breakout Session Track 1: Enterprise and Net-Centric SOA. John Smith, Ventera, and CTO, IAC SOA Committee
  • 8:30 AM, Presentation: Action Oriented Enterprise SOA - Strategy and Execution, Ajay Budhraja, IT Program Manager – Lead Architect, US Department of Labor. Proposal: Word. Presentation: Slides. Special Recognition for Best Presentation (Breakout Session)
  • 9:15 AM, Presentation: Bringing Visibility and Control to Net-Centric Systems: Approaches for Runtime Governance of Net-Centric Systems, John Emerson, Vice President of Federal Business Operations, AmberPoint. Proposal: Word. Presentation: Slides.
  • 10-10:30 AM, BREAK
  • Breakout Session Track 2: SOA Demos. John Smith, Ventera, and CTO, IAC SOA Committee
  • 10:30 AM, Recent Open Source Progress on Jumpstart/FUSE and Applicability to the Government, Michelle Davis, IONA. Proposal: Word. Presentation: Slides.
  • 11:15 AM, Semantic Services-Oriented Architecture: Dynamic, Reconfigurable Service-Oriented Intelligence Architecture, Sam Chance, SAIC. Proposal: PDF 1 and 2. Presentation: Slides (Large).
  • 12 NOON-1 PM, NETWORKING LUNCH (MITRE Cafeteria on your own)
  • Breakout Session Track 3: Information Supply Chains - Transcending the Glass Ceiling of Web Services based SOA. An Open Source Open Standards based collaboration striving to create Value Chains of Information. Steve Olding, Everware-CBDI, and IAC SOA Committee
  • 1:00 PM, Presentation and Discussion: Christopher Ball and Team: CGI - Errol McEachron, Ralph Tufano, Mark Eraso, Jody Wingard, Haritha Ghatam, David Schlosnagle, and Patrick Wolan; IONA - Michelle Davis, Robert Kilker, Akira Anand Sastry, and Srinivas Chennamaraja; UBMatrix - Karin Cheung, Steve Levine, and Darren Peterson; iPhix - Gianluca Garbelloto; TCG - David Cassidy; XBRL-US - Michelle Savage; and Intallio - Jacques Gerber. Proposal: Word. Presentation: Slides.
  • 2:30-2:45 PM, SHORT BREAK
  • Breakout Session Track 4: SOA Applications. Steve Olding, Everware-CBDI, and IAC SOA Committee
  • 2:45 PM, Presentation: Utilizing Web 2.0 in SOA for Enhancing Data Sharing Among Federal Agencies, Nick Duan, Sr. Software Architect, McDonald Bradley, Inc. Proposal: Word. Presentation: Slides.
  • 3:30 PM, Presentation: Improving Rapid Emergency Response Systems with Integrated Web Service Architecture: Semantic Interoperability, Service Orientation & Event Driven Architectures (Remote), Rex Brooks, President and CEO, Starbourne Communications Design, and Team. Proposal: Word. Presentation: Slides.
  • Waitlist:
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
  • 4:15-5 PM, CLOSING KEYNOTE, (in Auditorium)
  • 5-5:30 PM, Networking and Then Must Leave the Facility


Special Recognitions and Tributes

Special Recognitions (see slides 43-54):

  • For Outstanding Contributions to SOA:
    • Judith Hurwitz, Hurwitz & Associates
    • David Linthicum, ZapThink
  • For the Best Agency SOA Applications:
    • SOA at the National Park Service, Thomas Charuhas, PhaseOne Consulting Group
    • SOA at the General Services Administration, George Thomas, Enterprise Chief Architect
    • SOA in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Clark Smith, Director, Technology Division
  • For the Best Industry SOA Applications:
    • IBM Federal SOA Institute, Frank Stein, Manager
    • Data Architecture in SOA, William Mancuso, President, Information Management Solutions Consultants and SOA Lead for the Business Transformation Agency
  • For the Best Exhibit:
    • Information Supply Chains, Chris Ball, CGI Federal and Team
  • For the Best Presentations:
    • Main Session: Application Fabrics: A Google-like Approach to Service-Oriented Applications and Enterprise 2.0, Bob Lozano, Appistry
    • Main Session: Transforming the Way the World Runs Applications, Richard Nicholson, Paremus
    • Breakout Session: Action Oriented Enterprise SOA - Strategy and Execution, Ajay Budhraja, IT Program Manager – Lead Architect, US Department of Labor 


Thanks for keeping these venues going. It is important work.

Thanks a lot! I am looking forward to the next SOA conference.

I thought the conference was exceptional and very successful.

Glad to meet you at the 4th eGOV Conference. I hope we can continue our discussion about SOA.

I've enjoyed listening to the SOA for E-Gov conference remotely. The synergy between the Tuesday afternoon agenda and my Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC.org) sessions is especially interesting.

SAIC's Semantic SOA (SSOA) is an important initiative for the interfacing of Event Processing, Fabrics, Mashups, and other leading edge technologies. I think that its evolution will be followed with interest by other system suppliers and integrators.

Thanks for inviting me to be on the best practices panel today. It was interesting talking to the audience about soa. Clearly, there is a thirst for information on SOA.

I look forward to collaborating with you and the COP further.

What a wealth of knowledge. For example, I read the slide set by Stefan Decker from DERI on Semantic Web 2.0, which truly clarifies the benefit of the application of this semantic technology in the web. Much to absorb and ponder. I can't help but get the impresson that leaders in business or Government who are not aware of the benefits and use of FOAF and other web social networking applications and their impact will be left behind in the next 10 years by those who can leverage this technology to enable more relevant and useful collaborations within their organizations and customers or stakeholders. I like this concept and its net centric approach to enabling collaboration.

As someone who's attended the E-Gov't Conference the last 2 times, let me express my appreciation for coordinating this. It's really a good forum for getting a clear picture on what is going on in the SOA world that seems to have the right mix of breadth and depth.

When are we going to begin planning the next one? SOA is evolving so rapidly, we can do these frequently and still have fresh insights.

I appreciate all the effort and hard work in managing the Conference and would like to thank the Planning Committee and everyone who made the Conference a success.

We had a great meeting with IONA yesterday, Michelle Davis, and Robert Kilker and they gave a presentation and dropped off a couple more Jump Start DVDs. I have the Jumpstart demo running on my machine. Pretty cool and great work.


Call for Presentation and Exhibiting Proposals

Title, Presentor(s) Name(s), Affiliation(s), and Contact Information, Brief Abstract and Suggested Place in the Agenda That Addresses Conference Purposes Limited to Two Pages in Word Format. Please send to Niemann.brand@epa.gov

See previous conference for more details.


Table Assignments: Two Per Table (September 30, 2007)

2. SOA Institute
3. BearingPoint
5. Hurwitz & Associates
6. ZapThink
7. Iona-Demo
8. CGI Federal-Demo
9. Modeldriven-Demo (GSA)
10. Paremus
11. SAIC-Demo
12. SAIC-Demo
13. Appistry
14. JackBe
15. PhaseOne
16. IBM
17. DERI
18. EM-I
19. CellExchange (SOA Consortium)
20. IAC SOA Committee
21. ITKO
22. McDonald Bradley
23. Reengineering
24. FAA
25. Vivomind
26. AmberPoint
27. W2COG
28. IMSC
29. DoL



Date & Location: October 1-2, 2007, at The MITRE Corporation, McLean, Virginia, MITRE-1 Building Auditorium, 7515 Colshire Drive McLean, VA 22102-7508. See Map. Please follow signs to the East and West Parking Lots and enter by the Conference Center Entrance.

MITRE Shuttle Bus: Service available from the West Falls Church Metro Station starting at 6:40 a.m., continuing every 20 minutes, and last bus from MITRE at 5:40 p.m. Drop off at MITRE 1 and 2 (come to the back of MITRE 1 for entrance)

Registration: Open Soon

Presentors/Exhibitors: Layout and Database

Accomodations: A list of hotels in the Tyson's Corner area is available for download.

Remote Access: Conference numbers (8 a.m - 5 p.m both days) - Washington area: 703-983-6338, Boston area: 781-271-6338, and Toll-free within the USA: 1- 866-648-7367 Passcodes: Main Session Both Days (43210), Tutorial 2nd Day (7007), and Breakout Session 2nd Day (504504). Overseas callers will need to call the DC or Boston number.

  • IMPORTANT NOTE 1: For those of you calling in by telephone PLEASE mute your phones when you are not intending to speak. Also, PLEASE do not place your telephone line on hold, because some phone systems will play "music" when you do so.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE 2: Based on our experiences with telephone callers in previous conferences, we still find that we get undesirable background sounds and side chat from those who call in. This interferes with the conduct of the conference. The result is that the AV crew mutes all teleconference callers until the end of each speaker's presentation, when we open up for questions from the audience (wherever they may be).
  • IMPORTANT NOTE 3: We will also be using a shared screen feature of our MeetingPlace remote access capability for this event. You will be able to see the presentations and progression from slide to slide, and listen through your web browser. Here's info about how to access this feature:
    • TO ATTEND THE WEB CONFERENCE AND THEN JOIN WITH AUDIO: Go to: http://audioconference.mitre.org. Sign in as a Guest or with your MITRE MeetingPlace User ID, and click on Attend Meeting.
    • Accept any security warnings you receive and wait for the Meeting Room to initialize.
    • Visit http://audioconference.mitre.org/test/ to test your web browser for compatibility with the web conference.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE 4: The MeetingPlace telephone call-in and the shared screen capability will be initiated no later than 8:15 am each day. In any case, our fallback is for remote participants to call the telephone conference number listed above and then follow along with the briefings on the conference agenda web site. (FYI only for those within MITRE: This conference will be videostreamed (again, only within MITRE) at MII Fast Jump: MMC.)
  • IMPORTANT NOTE 5: If you have any questions or problems, please call our MITRE Hosts: Fran Dougherty (Cell 703 994 3920) or Greg Linden (Cell 240-418-1353). We will not be able to monitor the messages sent online within the MeetingPlace web application.
  • AN ADDITIONAL NOTE FOR THOSE WITHIN MITRE: The conference will be streamed through the MITRE Multimedia Center (MII Fast Jump: MMC). Please also note that no video streaming is available outside MITRE.


Registrants (as of September 29, 2007):

Chris Albert
Carlos Amaro
Dave Anderson
Scott Anderson
Lyle Anderson
Alberto Andrade
Bill Applegate
Thomas Arnsperger
Carla Baer
Christopher Ball
Venkat Bangalore
Gary Bean
John Beatty
Janice Beaver
Robert Becker
Tom Beckman
James Benslay
Gary Berg-Cross
Emile Beshai
M. Brian Blake
Susan Bobinger
Jonathan Bollers
Steve Boyle
Jordan Braunstein
Larry Breighner
Rex Brooks
James Brown
Esther Brown
Barry Brown
Charles Brown
David Broyles
Richard Brozen
Ajay Budhraja
Chris Burns
Edwin Butterworth 
Donbald Cain
Donald Campbell, Jr.
Thomas Canniere
Francis Carr
Cory Casanave
John Castilia
Paul Catrambone
Sam Chance
Terry Chandler
Somu Chandra
Hanyi Chang
Ai-Mei Chang
Chia-Chi Chao
Thomas Charuhas
Gerard Chelak
Gong Chen
Peter Cheng
Srinivas Chennamaraja
Donald Chi
Anjan Chimaladinne
Peter Christensen
Isaac Christoffersen
Jeff Clark 
Doug Clark
Howard Cohen
David Coleman
Philip Cooke
William Cooley
Janice Cooper
Jennifer Cord
Brian Costello
Thomas Cozzolino
Ray Crouse
Glenn Cruickshank
Sharon Darnell
Greg Darroca
Cheryl Davenport
Michelle Davis
Stefan Decker
Melvin Dedicatoria
Julie DeMeester
Paul DeMeter
Michael Desmond
Marshall DeWitt
Christopher Diehl
Kathy DiMaggio
Aristos Dimitriou
Jim Disbrow
Sanjay Dora
Fran Dougherty
Nick Duan
Sukumar Dwarkanath
Chris Dworkin
Stephen Edson
Nick Elkins
David Ellis
Steve Else
John Emerson
Ward Evans
Dorothy Firsching
Paul Fontaine
Steve Foote
Reginald Ford
Mike Francis
Robin Franzel
Rick Fuller
Charles Gallucci
Gabriel Galvan
Gianluca Garbellotto
Marc Genberg
Chuck Georgo
Hal Gill
Bobby Girdher
Lee Goldschmidt
Susan Gomperts
Chris Gunderson
James Guy 
Lance Gwennap
Ed Harrington
Brad Harshman
David Harris
Victor Harrison
Kenneth Hartnett
Abdul Haseeb
J Gregory Hass
Erin Hawley
Bob Haycock
Tom Heimbach
Joel Henson
Catherine Henson
Peter Highnam
Deborah Holland
David Holliday
Charles Horowitz
Sherry Hsu
Jeff Huggins
George Hull
Judith Hurwitz
Masaki (Marc) Ito
Ezra Jalleta
Mary Jaworski
Anil John
Dale Johnson
Timothy Johnson
Ron Johnson
Donald Jones
Susan Jones
William Jones
Roy Jones
John Jorgensen
Ravi Kalaputapu
Rama Kalra
Mark Kaplun
Herman Karhoff
Mark Katzen
Nilesh Kawane
Karen Kaye
David Keever
Scott Kell
Paul Kelleher
Mike Kelley
Mark Kelly
Jeffrey Kemble
Celeste Kennamer
Con Kenny
John Keppel
Robert Kilker
Sae Kim
Neil Kirr
Scott Kothenbeutel
Walter Kulakowski
David Kye
Raymond Kyle
Vincent Lam
Michael Lang
Bert Latamore
David Layton
Anh Le
Matthew Lebahn
Min-Gu Lee
Edward Lee
Randy Leonard
Aaron Lesser
Meng Lin
Gregory Linden
David Linthicum
Patrick Little
Greg Lomow
Bobby Long
Po-Wen Lu
Kathy Lum
Deborah Lusardi
K.T. Ma
Carol Macha
Abhi Madhugiri
Dottie Madison
Arun Majumdar
Alok Malhotra
Dan Malks
William Mancuso
Bill Mandeville
John Marcinek
Bob Marcus
Hal Martin
James Martin
William Martin
Bonnie Massraik
Shelley Matsuba
Scott Mayer
Steven Mayhew
Dave Mayo
Glen Mazza
Errol McEachron
Richard Michael
Terri Mihokovich
Gregory Milbank
Shirletta Miller
Tchad Moore
Laila Moretto
Marilyn Moysey
Joseph Muhl
Kevin Mullane
Brian Murphy
Stacey Murphy
Gary Naumann
Gaine Nazareth
Erin Neill
Karen Nelson
Duc Nguyen
Tri Nguyen
Duncan Niblett
Deborah Nichols
Richard Nicholson
Brand Niemann
Brand K. Niemann, Jr.
Duffy Nobles
Bruce Noll
Tom Nyman
Leo Obrst
Frank Oelschlager
Walt Okon
Steve Olding
Burc Oral
Rick Orli
Michael Osborne
Teddy Oswari
Les Pang
Bob Parks
Alan Perkins
Bill Perlowitz
Darren Peterson
Timothy Phillips
Larry Pizette
Patrick Plunkett
Srinivas Polisetty
Christopher Powell
Vikram Prabhu
Bill Price
Iris Garcia Radcliffe
Ram Raju
Judith Raleigh
G.A. Redding
Diane Reeves
Marjorie Reho
Martin Rice
Mark Ringlein
Manny Rivera
Vanessa Roberts
Becky Roberts
Cassandra Robertson
Sean Robertson
Michael Robison
Gregg Rock
Michael Rohan
Mukesh Rohatgi
Edgardo Roman
Anthony Rosati
Hardi Rosner
Richard Ryberg
Jorge Enrique Saby-Beltran
Shane Saddler
John Salasin
Tara Santmire
Saumya Sanyal
John Saputo
Anand Sastry
Bradford Schinbeckler
Todd Schneider
Sophia Scoggins
Jamil Scott
Morris Segal
Victor Segal
James Seibert
Ed Seidewitz
Youssef Sentissi
Souha Shami
Steven Silverman
Indu Singh
Jonathan Sleeper
Cynthia Small
Mark Smiley
Art Smith
John Smith
Derek Smith
Maurita Soltis
Saritha Soma
John Sowa
Jerad Speigel
Frank Stein
Nick Stengel
Beth Stern
Glenn Stone
Efren Strain
George Strawn
Hungjen (Eric) Sun
Carroll Sunner
Mojdeh Supola
William Sweet
Marek Syski
Lisa Tansey
James Taylor
Randolph Tekeley
Aaron Temin
Paul Terebesi
George Thomas
Steve Thomas
Tai Ton That
Christopher Traver
Eddy Tse
Constantin Tudan
Costi Tudan
Ralph Tufano
Laura Turbe
Susan Turnbull
Roxanne Turner
John Tyler
Susan Urban
Brian Valletta
Carlos Vargas
Harry Velasquez
Murali Venkatesh
Kamaljit Verma
Joseph Verscharen
Mark Wales
Cynthia Walker
Adrian Walker
Tim Wall
Dali Wang
Steve Warner
Gary Warren
David Webber
David Weiser
David Weitzel
Teal Wheeler
Chris White
Dan Wilbricht
Linda Williams
Will Williamson
Jody Wingard
Douglas Wink
Christine Wires
Cliff Wong
Randy Wood
Daniel Woycke
Rutrell Yasin
Craig Yen
Charles Yokley
Ahmad Yusuf
Marilyn Zett
Kangmin Zheng
Naijun Zhou
John Zielinski

Predictive Metrics

Phased (Life Cycle) Measures for SOA-based Systems (10-15-2007)

This Wiki Page contains metrics that are intended as a guide for Chief Architects or Program Managers tasked with building / composing SOA-based systems. They are being developed as part of a NIST effort to identify measures (characteristics of the application and technology) or other indicators early enough in the life cycle to influence success in later stages (Predictive Metrics).

The site contains:

  • An Introduction: explaining the rationale behind the metrics and some instructions. It also describes “what’s new”.
  • Data Entry Sheet: Accepting measures from business and IT managers about chatacteristcs of the technology and it’s application, and computing “Red”, “Yellow”, or “Green” indicators/metrics indicating the likleyhood that a particular characteristic may cause problema as development and deployment procede.
  • An Appendix: Providing information about how the color codes were determined and making some suggestions about how the metrics might be tailored for different programs.


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