OASIS Service-Oriented Architecture End-to-End Resource Planning (SOA-EERP) TC
Enabling improved eBusiness process and resource planning at design and run time
William Cox, firstname.lastname@example.org, Chair
Table of Contents
- Technical Work Produced by the Committee
- External Resources
- Mailing Lists and Comments
- Additional Information
The following three SOA-EERP specifications are Committee Specifications as of November 25, 2010, and are available for use according to the referenced license terms.
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The Committee Specifications are:
- Business Rating of Service (bRating) Committee Specification:
Title: SOA-EERP Business Rating of Service Version 1.0 CS01
Document Details: Document Detail from the archives
- Business Quality of Service (bQoS) Committee Specification:
Title: SOA-EERP Business Quality of Service Version 1.0 CS01
Document Details: Document Details from the archives
- Business Service Level Agreement (bSLA) Committee Specification:
Title: SOA-EERP Business Service Level Agreement Version 1.0 CS01
Document Dtails: Document Details from the archives
The Technical Committee earlier approved a supporting White Paper that describes the context, background, and use of EERP.
SOA End-to-End Resource Planning is a technology that optimizes deployment of services onto a SOA description of an application. The focus in EERP is on the characterization of the business characteristics of a service (called Business Quality of Service in the references listed under External Resources below), characterization and accessing the reputation of potential service providers, and Business Service-Level Agreements. See the EERP white paper approved by the committee for details and future direction.
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See Announcements above for complete Committee Specifications and approved White Paper
Although not produced by the OASIS TC, the following information offers useful insights into its work.
The following presentations give background information about the motivation and technologies of EERP.
From the OASIS Symposium, April 2008 (proceedings are here), there were two presentations and a tutorial on EERP (the talks were in the session EERP: Performance-Based SOA):
- Technology and Standards for Self-Optimizing SOA Deployment, Andy Lee, OASIS Symposium, April 2008.
- Business Goal-Driven Optimization of Business Process in EERP, James Wei Guo, Symon Chang, OASIS Symposium, April 2008.
- EERP Service Portal--Design Guidance, Andy Lee, OASIS Symposium, April 2008.
And two related presentations:
- Knowledge-Based Service Quality Assurance for Korea e-Government, Youngkon Lee, OASIS Symposium, April 2008.
- Repurpose, Compose, Profit -- SOA Next Generation Infrastructure, William Cox, OASIS Symposium, April 2008.
The Open Standards International Convention in Beijing, November 2007, had a session on EERP. One presentation that concentrated on motivation and background:
- SOA and the Next Generation of Business Infrastructure, William Cox, Open Standards International Convention, November 2007
- Translated Chinese version of SOA and the Next Generation of Business Infrastructure, William Cox, Open Standards International Convention, November 2007
(If you have trouble downloading those two presentations, please email William Cox at the address listed in Additional Information.).
At the OASIS Symposium, April 2007 (proceedings are here), there was one tutorial on EERP:
- End-to-End Resource Planning: Towards Real-time Value Chain Optimization, Andy Lee, OASIS Symposium, April 2007.
The mailing list archive for the Technical Committee can be seen at lists.oasis-open.org/archives/soa-eerp/. Members of the TC and OASIS Staff can post to that list.
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