What is Open Platform 3.0?
Dr. Chris Harding, Director for Interoperability, The Open Group, UK
Lydia Duijvestijn, Executive Architect - IBM GBS, The Netherlands
This session and the next are about what Open Platform 3.0 is and how it will deliver value. It is hosted by Stuart Boardman, Senior Business Consultant, KPN and Open Platform 3.0 Forum co-chair.
14:00: Welcome and Introductions: Stuart Boardman
14:05 - 14:30 What is Open Platform 3.0? — Dr. Chris Harding, Director for Interoperability, The Open Group, UK
The mission of the Open Platform 3.0 Forum is to advance The Open Group vision of Boundaryless Information Flow™ by helping enterprises to use Cloud, Social, and Mobile Computing, and Big Data. This will be accomplished by identifying a set of new platform capabilities, and architecting and standardizing a platform by which enterprises can reap their business benefits. These capabilities will enable enterprises to:
Process data “in the Cloud”
Integrate mobile devices with enterprise computing
Incorporate new sources of data, including social media and sensors in the “Internet of things”
Manage and share data that has high volume, velocity, variety, and distribution.
Turn the data into usable information through correlation, fusion, analysis, and visualization.
The presentation will describe the approach taken by the Forum to developing the platform, based on the Open Platform 3.0 Business Scenario that was published last year and analysis of the 22 business use cases that were published recently. This is leading to an exciting new architecture platform that will deliver the anticipated business benefits, and will enable users, developers, and architects to deploy new skills and work more effectively.
The Forum is producing a series of Snapshots prior to publishing the first Open Platform 3.0 standard. It welcomes input from Open Group members and from interested parties outside The Open Group, that will help it to build on the snapshots to define the standard.
Participants will come away with an understanding of:
What shape Open Platform 3.0 is taking
How they can contribute to its development
14:30 - 14:45: The importance of non-functional aspects for Platform 3.0 environments — Lydia Duijvestijn, Executive Architect - IBM GBS, The Netherlands
This presentation will discuss why non-functional requirements are drivers for the architecture of Open Platform 3.0 systems and should not be engineered into systems as an afterthought. It will address how we can design into our systems the ability to actually deliver what gets written in SLA’s and the like.
Dr. Chris Harding is Director for Interoperability at The Open Group. He is responsible for developing the new Open Platform 3.0 Forum, to address the convergence of new technical phenomena such as social, mobile and cloud computing, big data, and the Internet of Things. He supports the work of The Open Group's members in the Forum on these topics. Chris has been with The Open Group for 17 years. He has managed forums and work groups in a number of areas, including networking, UNIX®, Directory Interoperability, Identity Management, SOA and Cloud Computing. The Open Group's international events and publications are respected providers of thought leadership within the IT industry. Chris is a frequent speaker at Open Group and other industry events, and a contributor to several online journals. He began his career in communications software research and development. He then spent nine years as a consultant, specializing in voice and data communications, before moving to his current role. Dr Harding has a PhD in mathematical logic, is TOGAF® certified, and is a member of the British Computer Society (BCS), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and the Association of Enterprise Architects (AEA).
Lydia Duijvestijn is an executive IT Architect and Performance Engineer within IBM GBS BeNeLux. She has been on an assignment with IBM STG CEE in Moscow for 22 months since April 2012 and was involved in a performance critsit at Sberbank of Russia in Moscow and in a performance critsit at FIAT in Turin. She is a member of the IBM Academy of Technology. She led a large number of engagements with customers in the area of design for performance, performance testing and performance troubleshooting. The most recent performance related engagement concerned a Nordic bank, based in Stockholm, that had requested IBM’s help to improve the availability and performance of their internet banking application. She has been teaching the IBM Universal Method Framework classes for operational modelling (infrastructure design) and architecting for performance for 10 years, both in the region BeNeLux and abroad and was a speaker at several IBM internal and external conferences about subjects related to IT architecture and performance.