Join us for our Annual Awards Ceremony on Thursday, 26 January 2023 at 16:00 UTC as we start the new year by recognizing the 2022 Open Cup & Distinguished Contributor Award recipients. Distinguished Contributors Award is awarded to a select group of OASIS members who have made significant contributions to the advancement of open standards and/or open source projects, similar to a “Lifetime Achievement Award” or “Hall of Fame.” Open Cup Award is in recognition of exceptional advancements within the OASIS technical community. Two groups will be awarded the Cup, one for Outstanding Approved Standard and another for Outstanding New Initiative.
Don’t miss this opportunity to herald and cheer the award winners. The gathering will be held virtually on Thursday, 26 January 2023 at 16:00 UTC (11:00 EST). RSVP to receive the details.
The Common Security Advisory Framework (CSAF) is a standard to communicate Supply Chain and every-day vulnerabilities in an automated fashion. It therefore leverages the potential of SBOM and implements VEX. CSAF allows for the disclosure of security-related vulnerabilities in software, hardware, and specifications in machine-readable format. It supports automation of the production, distribution, and consumption of security advisories—reducing the time between when vulnerabilities are disclosed and when businesses remediate them. That’s why the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently listed the widespread adoption of CSAF as one of “three critical steps to advance the vulnerability management ecosystem.”
In this webinar, members of the OASIS Open Technical Committee that developed CSAF will review the standard and explain its potential impact on vulnerability management. They will also demonstrate how CSAF documents work with Software Bills of Materials (SBOMs) and implement the Vulnerability Exploitability eXchange (VEX) to improve global cybersecurity.
NIEM Management Office and OASIS will hold a joint briefing to preview the organization’s charter as NIEM transitions to OASIS Open. The active participation benefits will be highlighted. This event will be held via ZOOM. Registrants will receive a calendar invite with Zoom Meeting details prior to the meeting.
For questions about this event, please contact Dee Schur. Dee is the Open Source and Standards Advocate at OASIS and engages in business development.
During this webinar series, leading developers and users of TOSCA agreed to share their experiences with you. They will show demonstrations of TOSCA-based systems and examples of TOSCA service templates. They’ll also explain the unique benefits of TOSCA for their application domains.
Unfurl, a new open-source tool for managing your application deployment process, will be demonstrated in this webinar. Unfurl lets you easily track configuration, secrets, software and code dependencies, and deployment history all in git. Use TOSCA to describe your cloud infrastructure in simple, application-centric terms and, much like how a build tool builds an application, Unfurl will install and execute the necessary tools to deploy your infrastructure. This presentation will present an overview and live demo of Unfurl as well as a sneak peak of our cloud-based platform for Unfurl, https://unfurl.cloud.
This next story will present Cloudnet TOSCA toolbox, a powerful set of TOSCA processors, and will show how generated visual diagrams can help better understanding TOSCA service templates. Our guest speakers will show how TOSCA types can be represented by UML2 class diagrams, how node/relationship templates can be represented by both UML2 component and deployment diagrams, how policies can be represented by UML2 sequence diagrams, and finally how TOSCA workflows can be represented by UML2 activity diagrams. They’ll illustrate generated visual diagrams with examples coming from both OASIS TOSCA and ETSI NFV SOL001 specifications, and from some open source TOSCA orchestrators such as xOpera, TORCH, TosKer, Turandot.
OASIS TOSCA standard provides a strong declarative and extendable language to describe the infrastructure as a code and explain how application needs to be deployed onto infrastructure. The xOpera project includes an opera orchestrator, Template Library and a SaaS version of the orchestrator to equip the TOSCA DevOps teams – individuals or enterprise teams – with the necessary tools to work with TOSCA.
The story will be presented by the members of the Automation team from XLAB. The team focuses on the smarter automation of application deployment and is composed of most skilled Ansible professionals and practitioners, that develop high-quality and certified collections or automation components for their end users. They are exploring, contributing to, and pushing forward the TOSCA Standard approach through their research projects as an extension to their IT automation portfolio.
MQTT is a widely used, lightweight, machine-to-machine messaging protocol used between devices and the IoT platform. MQTT 5 is the most recent version of the MQTT specification that was created to address the needs of large-scale cloud computing deployments of MQTT. MQTT 5 adds more robust error handling, features for scalability and greater flexibility to the MQTT specification. This webinar will introduce the key new features of MQTT 5 and discuss how developers can take advantage of these features in their IoT development.
Join members of the OASIS DITA Technical Committee on Tuesday, 05 October 2021 to answer your questions about DITA 2.0. Because DITA 2.0 is NOT backwards compatible, we want to engage vendors and developers of DITA solutions early on.
In this 60-minute session, we’ll answer your questions about DITA 2.0. We’ll also provide links to the final grammar files for DITA 2.0, as well as drafts of the DITA 2.0 specifications. Please bring your questions to the Webinar.
In June, the EEA and OASIS announced that the Ethereum OASIS Open Project would become the EEA Community Projects, a joint partnership and OASIS’s inaugural Managed Open Project.
Open source and open standards are not the same thing, but each can inform and improve the other, from iterative development to interoperability and sustainability. Join Dan Burnett, the EEA’s Executive Director, and Guy Martin, OASIS’s Executive Director, on August 11 as they discuss the motivations behind this novel partnership, the advantages for both organizations, and the positive impact they expect on the Ethereum industry as a result.
All OASIS Members are invited to join OASIS Board Members and Staff for an interactive annual member gathering.
The business portion of the meeting will include a review of the 2020 Annual Report with financial and operational results. Many of the exciting activities and services recently released and in development for members will be highlighted during this event as well. At the end of the briefing, Members will have a chance to ask questions to OASIS Staff and Board Members. You can submit your question in advance (send to: email@example.com) or ask your question during the event.
This event will be recorded and will be posted for those unable to attend in person.
Defining an integrated scenario with the ability to deploy distributed and heterogeneous software simultaneously across HPC, Function-as-a-Service (FaaS), and edge is a complex and challenging endeavour. During this presentation, the presenters will provide an overview of the TOSCA extensions defined by the EU projects RADON and SODALITE that enable such heterogeneous deployments. They’ll tell the story of how, by joining forces, the two projects have holistically integrated these extensions and the modelling and orchestration toolchain that can leverage them. Industrial use cases that further demonstrate the applicability of the joint RADON and SODALITE extensions will be showcased.
Comcast architecture leverages a number of information models and orchestration tools including TOSCA and YANG to enable complete life cycle management of SDN and NFV functionalities and to configure the physical and virtual devices that comprise an end-to-end service.
During this webinar, the speakers will share how TOSCA is being used to describe the orchestration between the resources across a complex end to end service(s) such as SD-WAN and Cloud Security. Also how Comcast makes use of the TOSCA orchestration capabilities such as substitution/service decomposition for vendor abstraction to realize some of the VNF use cases. TOSCA’s interface and life cycle operations are used for the implementation aspects. TOSCA’s requirement, capability types, node referencing features helps to define and visualize the end-to-end service as a topology graph of inter-connected nodes and navigate across connected services.
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