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OMG Q1 2021 TC meeting recap - results and next steps

Want to know which new specs have been approved? RFIs? RFPs? Interested in helping to influence the direction of new standards? Curious what's coming up at the June 2021 meeting? Join us in this webinar for an overview of recently approved specifications, learn where you can participate on open work in progress, see what's being discussed in the task forces and how you can get involved.
Home to some of the world's foremost ontologists and creators of the most popular software modeling and systems engineering standards, OMG has been setting the standards since 1989. OMG's proven process has earned the ISO Fast-Track/PAS submitter status. Learn what's happening with the standards that power your business!
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  • Cyber Insurance Recorded: Sep 30 2021 63 mins
    Claude Baudoin, David Harris, Tim Cavanaugh, Steven Schwartz and Janice Reese
    Cloud Computing often raises or complicates the question of how customers can recover the direct costs and indirect losses resulting from an outage or a data breach. The objective of this webinar is to explain the role cyber insurance (CI) contracts play in mitigating those consequences and the challenges of assessing the risk and damage – especially to intangible assets.
    CI is evolving in response to user demands. In particular, a new form of contract – parametric insurance – was introduced to overcome some of the limitations of traditional indemnity insurance. This paves the way for future CI states.
    The following topics will be covered:
    • What is cyber insurance?
    • The impact of intangible assets
    • The impact of cloud services
    • Risk assessment
    • The future of CI
    • Required CI standards
  • 2021 Q2 OMG Technical Committee Meeting Recap Recorded: Jul 29 2021 53 mins
    Diane Ehramjian (Director of Member Engagement, OMG) and Jason McC. Smith (VP & Technical Director, OMG)
    OMG Technical Meetings provide IT architects, business analysts, government experts, vendors and end-users a neutral forum to discuss, develop and adopt standards that enable software interoperability for a wide range of industries. Attend an OMG Technical Meeting to influence the direction of future standards work, hear from industry experts, network with your peers and be among the first to know what will be cutting edge tomorrow.
  • DDSF student presentation: DDS in Multi-platform Kubernetes Recorded: Jun 11 2021 33 mins
    Zhuangwei Kang, Vanderbilt University PhD Candidate
    The OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS) is an open, real-time publish/subscribe middleware standard, which has been widely adopted in many latency-sensitive and mission-critical industrial IoT applications. However, deploying and managing large-scale distributed DDS applications is tedious and laborious. As a successful container orchestration platform for distributed applications in the cloud, Kubernetes (k8s) is a promising solution for DDS-based systems. However, the feasibility of running DDS applications in a k8s environment, and the overhead of different k8s virtualization network architectures on DDS application performance has not been systematically studied. To address this, we designed an automated benchmark framework, analyzed potential bottlenecks of several popular k8s virtual network plugins, and conducted a comprehensive set of experiments to demonstrate DDS performance variation under different QoS and k8s network configurations.
  • OMG Q1 2021 TC meeting recap - results and next steps Recorded: Apr 28 2021 49 mins
    Jason Smith, OMG VP and Technical Director with Diane Ehramjian, Director of Member Engagement
    Want to know which new specs have been approved? RFIs? RFPs? Interested in helping to influence the direction of new standards? Curious what's coming up at the June 2021 meeting? Join us in this webinar for an overview of recently approved specifications, learn where you can participate on open work in progress, see what's being discussed in the task forces and how you can get involved.
    Home to some of the world's foremost ontologists and creators of the most popular software modeling and systems engineering standards, OMG has been setting the standards since 1989. OMG's proven process has earned the ISO Fast-Track/PAS submitter status. Learn what's happening with the standards that power your business!
  • UAF Summit Closing and Q&A Recorded: Mar 30 2021 32 mins
    Aurelijus Morkevicius, Ph.D CATIA NO MAGIC Cyber Systems
    A Summary of the 2021 UAF Summit including Q&A with the presenters.
  • Introduction to the Enterprise Architecture (EA) Guide for UAF Recorded: Mar 24 2021 34 mins
    Dr. James Martin Principal Engineer, The Aerospace Corporation
    An Enterprise Architecture (EA) Guide is being developed to become part of the UAF standard to help people better utilize features of the UAF modeling approach.
  • Using the UAF to Support EHR Modernization Program at the VA Recorded: Mar 24 2021 31 mins
    John Butler CTO, Auxilium Technology Group
    The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is in the process of migrating from a legacy EHR to the same COTS EHR currently being rolled out by the Department of Defense (DoD). To support this multi-billion dollar, multi-year program, VA is using the UAF as a standardized architecture framework to facilitate architectural collaboration across a diverse set of program stakeholders. The presentation discusses the approach and some of the lessons learned in this endeavor. Recorded at the UAF Summit March 24, 2021
  • UAF Summit Welcome and Overview Recorded: Mar 24 2021 30 mins
    Laura Hart Research Engineer, Sr. Manager, Lockheed Martin Aurelijus Morkevicius, Ph.D CATIA NO MAGIC Cyber Systems
    This presentation features introduction to the event and introduction to Unified Architecture Framework (UAF), its purpose, adoption, and the roadmap. It highlights what's new in the upcoming UAF 1.2 version and presents different threads the UAF Working Group in OMG is currently working on like Enterprise Architecture Guide (EAG) and Architecture Reference Model (ARM).
  • System Operational Architectures for Ground Vehicle Autonomous and Smart Systems Recorded: Mar 24 2021 30 mins
    Matthew Hause Principal Systems Engineer, System Strategy, Inc.
    The Autonomous Ground Vehicle Reference Architecture (AGVRA) is a set of guidelines to enable the robotics community to fulfill the Army’s Robotic and Autonomous System (RAS) commonality objectives by establishing an affordable means to deliver advanced capability to the Warfighter by utilizing architectural best practices and standards. It broadly increases the understanding of open standards and architectures for RAS and increases innovation by reducing the integration burden on nontraditional vendors. This presentation looks at generating operational architecture models at and within the system level using agents within a reference architecture approach. A profile was created on top of the UAF to enable the specification of the architecture in a Domain Specific Language (DSL). Project application discussion included.
  • Electric Road Model for Simulation: A Status Update Recorded: Mar 24 2021 26 mins
    Lars-Olof Kihlström Principal Consultant, Syntell AB
    The presentation describes the concept of electric roads to allow heavy haulage to get driving power directly from the road in the form of electricity. An architecture model for such roads has been prepared using UAF. It describes how the effects of such roads can be handled as part of the architecture model and how various services might be used to facilitate the uptake of trucks that utilize electric roads. It also describes the intended simulation of power consumption on an electric road that is being subjected to different traffic scenarios from heavy haulage and can be used (when completed) to test a number of different traffic scenarios and its impact on electricity requirements.
  • UAF Across Various Non-defense Industries Recorded: Mar 24 2021 30 mins
    Devon D. Clark Specialist Master, Deloitte
    Deloitte is the largest professional services company in the world, and an industry leader in digital transformation, providing strategic advice to government agencies and industry partners alike on how to digitize operations, how to evolve the workforce to work in the new digital environment, and how to incentivize the workforce to engage with a newly digital ecosystem.

    Recently, Deloitte supported a Program Executive Office (PEO) at a major defense agency to produce a digital engineering campaign focused on accelerating workforce adoption and application of MBSE and MOSA within the agency, while also evolving the organization’s existing Information Technology (IT) infrastructure to provide the capacity for integrated digital threads, and to establish governance and policy structures. And to further show the PEO’s commitment to digital transformation, the Deloitte team collaborated with the government to produce a campaign plan model, which captured how organizational capabilities evolve as a result of the completion of Digital Engineering projects and initiatives over a 3 to 5 year time horizon.

    This presentation will provide an overview of how the combined Deloitte and government teams used the Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) profile of the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) to create a model of the PEO’s organizational capability, and its evolution over the life of the Digital Engineering campaign.
  • UAF Summit Keynote: United States Space Force Vision for a Digital Service Recorded: Mar 24 2021 45 mins
    Major General Kimberly A. Crider Mobilization Assistant to the Chief of Space Operations, Headquarters United States Space Fo
    Major General Crider will discuss why the USSF must become a Digital Service, what that will look like, and the plan for realizing that Vision. This session will wrap up with a 15 minute Q&A. Recorded live at the UAF Summit on March 24, 2021
  • OMG - The Consortium of Consortia Recorded: Mar 23 2021 61 mins
    Bill Hoffman, OMG; Jason Smith, OMG; Stephen Mellor, IIC; Bill Curtis, CISQ; Dan Isaacs, Digital Twin; Ken Rubin, BPM+ Health
    Object Management Group is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing technology through participation across member companies. Now over thirty years old, OMG began as a standards development organization, publishing standards such as CORBA and UML. With over 225 specifications to its name OMG has continued to develop technologies through membership communities. The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) established seven years ago, and Digital Twin Consortium last year. These programs focus on particular technical and business aspects of various technology enablers, developing technologies and best practices to bring back to member companies.

    Other communities formed by OMG include BPM+ Health, Consortium for Information & Software Quality, and the DDS Foundation. This webinar will explore opportunities for collaboration between OMG programs. For example, controlling multiple sensors from different vendors is ripe for standardization; digital twins are a technology enabler for the industrial internet. Member companies in one program frequently have an interest in others, so we offer limited cross-program participation.

    Bill Hoffman, President of OMG, will be joined by each program’s chief technical officer for a brief overview of each organization followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session. Please join the webinar to learn more about how you can accrue value from OMG and its programs.
  • Expansion of FIGI® (Financial Instruments Global Identifier®) for Crypto Assets Recorded: Feb 24 2021 31 mins
    Ambre Soubiran, Kaiko; Rich Robinson, Bloomberg, Richard Beatch, Bloomberg
    FIGI® (Financial Instruments Global Identifier®) is an open standard for the issuance of unique identifiers that can be assigned to financial instruments including common stock, options, derivatives, futures, corporate and government bonds, municipals, currencies, and mortgage products.
    Kaiko has been approved as Certified Provider of FIGI for crypto assets, working under the auspice of the Object Management Group and alongside Bloomberg, to expand the open data standard to blockchain-based digital assets.
    Many market information providers, securities exchanges and third-party applications have adopted the FIGI in their market data feeds. Doing so allows their customers to have a coherent view of market data across multiple providers and applications, so that customers are not obligated to build their own mapping systems to match up disparate instrument identifiers.

    Crypto FIGIs
    With the continuing growth in the creation, use, and trade of digital assets, there is a need to bring greater standardization to the sector. FIGIs for crypto assets will enable interoperability, transparency, and greater efficiency between industry participants such as digital asset exchanges, data aggregators, custodians of digital assets, service providers, and regulators.
    Importantly, the FIGI standard will be compatible with and complement alternative standards. Each instrument assigned a FIGI may also be tied to an International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) or other identifiers, such as ISO’s future Digital Transaction Identifier (“DTI”).
  • Cyber Insurance Recorded: Feb 10 2021 50 mins
    Claude Baudoin, Dave Harris,Tim Cavanaugh, Steven Schwartz and Janice Reese
    Cloud Computing often raises or complicates the question of how customers can recover the direct costs and indirect losses resulting from an outage or a data breach. The objective of this Discussion Paper is to explain the role Cyber Insurance contracts play in mitigating those consequences, and the challenges of assessing the risk and the damage – especially to intangible assets.
    Cyber Insurance (CI) is evolving in response to user demands. In particular, a new form of contract – parametric insurance – has been introduced to overcome some of the limitations of traditional indemnity insurance. This paper explains how this paves the way toward the future state of CI.
    The paper covered the following topics:
    • What is Cyber Insurance?
    • The impact of intangible assets
    • The impact of cloud services
    • Risk assessment
    • The future of Cyber Insurance
    • Standards needed for Cyber Insurance

    The co-authors of this important discussion paper will present their work and take questions
  • Disposable Self-sovereign Identity Request for Information Webinar Recorded: Feb 3 2021 33 mins
    Mike Bennett, co-chair, OMG Blockchain Platform Special Interest Group
    The Object Management Group is exploring potential issues and opportunities for standardization across the world of distributed ledger (DLT) and Blockchain ecosystems. One area of interest is ‘self-sovereign’ identity (SSID), where we see potential for standardization for a new kind of ‘Disposable’ SSID. These are context-specific or ephemeral identities, framed in terms of the existing W3C DID standard for SSIDs but with additional requirements for limited, context-specific usage.
    The OMG believes that this requirement may benefit from the development of a standard and has released a ‘Request for Information’ (RFI) seeking information from industry and interested parties on the overall SSID space and the challenges of dealing with contextual and short-term identity requirements, privacy and data usage issues etc., in order to establish whether there is a potential need for a standard in this area.
    The date for comments to be received on this is 31 March 2021.
    At this webinar we will present the insights we have gained so far on Disposable SSIDs and potential solutions, so we can communicate a clear sense of what we are trying to learn and the range of responses we are seeking.
  • Linked Encrypted Transaction Streams (LETS) – Request for Proposal Webinar Recorded: Jan 27 2021 32 mins
    Mike Bennett, co-chair, OMG Blockchain Platform Special Interest Group
    The Object Management Group is soliciting proposals in the form of potential standards for a class of distributed messaging applications that may be deployed in Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), Blockchain, IPFS, distributed file systems and other Distributed Immutable Data Objects (DIDO) ecosystems. To this end we have released a ‘Request for Proposals’ for Linked Encrypted Transaction Streams (LETS).
    A LETS standard would define methods for encrypting and linking transactions into ordered structures, or streams, with controls over who can access that information, in a way that is independent of any underlying Blockchain or DLT protocol. The business motivation for this is to support contextual messaging for improved business workflows and IoT data access control.
    The full request and details on how to respond can be found in the Linked Encrypted Transaction Streams (LETS) RFP (https://www.omg.org/cgi-bin/doc.cgi?mars/20-12-22.) The deadline to submit a letter of intent is February 9, 2021 and the initial submission deadline is May 17, 2021. The RFP is open to the public.
    At this webinar we will present details about the problem we are aiming to address, the kind of responses we are looking for, guidelines on the use of existing standards in submissions and examples of applications that would reflect the potential new standard.
  • OMG Q4 2020 TC meeting recap - results and next steps Recorded: Jan 14 2021 49 mins
    Jason Smith, OMG VP and Technical Director with Diane Ehramjian, Director of Member Engagement
    Want to know which new specs have been approved? Interested in helping to influence the direction of new standards? Curious what's on the agendas for the March 2021 meeting? Join us in this webinar for an overview of recently approved specifications, learn where you can participate on open work in progress, see what's being discussed in the task forces and how you can get involved.
    Home to some of the world's foremost ontologists and creators of the most popular software modeling and systems engineering standards, OMG has been setting the standards since 1989. OMG's proven process has earned the ISO Fast-Track/PAS submitter status. Learn what's happening with the standards that power your business!
  • DDS Use Case: Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA) Recorded: Oct 28 2020 32 mins
    Dr. Richard Saull Senior Consultant, Secure Platform Systems UK Space, Defence and Intelligence CGI
    DDS as an enabler for armoured fighting vehicle equipment and systems integration.
    In service and future defense vehicle systems comprise an increasing range of attached equipment and systems. These require frequent refresh and addition to mitigate emerging threats and maintain operational edge.
    This seminar will introduce the use of DDS as a key element of the UK and NATO Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA) standard. The GVA standard uses DDS to assure modularity and delamination of vehicle system elements and to underpin data standards for vehicle information. These in turn reduce the equipment needed and effort required to integrate existing and new platform elements.
    The seminar will explain the use of DDS using production examples as a key part of the GVA to provide platform management systems, and further up the value chain to platform mission systems and extensions to secondary platforms such as unmanned ground vehicles.
  • Results and Next Steps from OMG Sept. 2020 Technical Meeting Recorded: Oct 22 2020 46 mins
    Jason McC. Smith, OMG VP and Technical Director with Diane Ehramjian, Director of Member Engagement
    Want to know which new specs have been approved? Interested in helping to influence the direction of new standards? Curious what's on the agendas for the September meeting? Join us in this webinar for an overview of recently approved specifications, learn where you can participate on open work in progress, see what's being discussed in the task forces and how you can get involved.
    Home to some of the world's foremost ontologists and creators of the most popular software modeling and systems engineering standards, OMG has been setting the standards since 1989. OMG's proven process has earned the ISO Fast-Track/PAS submitter status. Learn what's happening with the standards that power your business!
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