OASIS OSLC Lifecycle Integration for Domains (OSLC Domains) TC

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Producing specifications that leverage the OASIS OSLC lifecycle integration Core Specification for use in tools supporting change, configuration, and asset management domains supporting scenarios motived from Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Integrated Service Management (ISM), Cloud Computing, and DevOps

James Amsden, jamsden@us.ibm.com, Chair
G Bachelor, gray_bachelor@uk.ibm.com, Chair

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Announcements

08 June 2018: OSLC Change Management Version 3.0 is now approved as OASIS Committee Specification 01. The work is available in two parts: Part 1: Specification and Part 2: Vocabulary.

The initial public review for OSLC Change Management Version 3.0, announced in https://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/members/201711/msg00003.html, closed on 08 December 2017. The specification is available in two parts: Part 1: Specification and Part 2: Vocabulary.

The first meeting of the OASIS OSLC Domains TC was held via teleconference on September 30, 2016. Gray Bachelor (IBM) and James Amsden (IBM) were elected TC Co-Chairs.

Participation in the OASIS OSLC Domains TC is open to all interested parties. Contact join@oasis-open.org for more information.


Overview

The OSLC Domains TC is chartered to produce specifications that leverage the OASIS OSLC lifecycle integration Core Specification and enable interoperation through the specification of standard domain vocabularies, constraints and services for use in tools supporting change, configuration, and asset management domains. The TC may produce separate specifications for various domains focused areas such as for: Product Definition, Partial Update, Indexed Linked Data Provider, Reporting, Estimation and Measurement, Reconciliation and other related domains.

The OASIS OSLC Domains TC is expected to produce additional standards track documents that define the vocabulary, constraints and services for new OSLC domains as specified by revised TC deliverables. For example, a Product Definition domain that defines the products delivered by development lifecycle activities. Initial deliverables include: Tracked Resource Set 2.1, Architecture Management 2.1, Asset Management 2.1, Automation 2.2, Performance Monitoring 2.1, Quality Management 2.1, and Requirements Management 2.1.

The TC will also consider starting an OASIS Open Repository to host work associated with the TC in order to foster contributions to additional materials that supplement or support its standards work. Such additional materials could include for example, additional samples, example content, or integration test suites.

This TC is part of the OASIS OSLC Member Section..

For more information on the OSLC Domains TC, see the TC Charter.


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