OASIS Open on the Agenda
Part 1 will touch on overall business perspective and will feature presentations on the topic “if standards are necessary in a digital environment”. Part 2 will touch on the technical side of an eDelivery Network and present the concept of a four-corner network model that makes it affordable for suppliers to transact in a single way with their operators across all the numerous eCommerce platforms they must use to conduct business. During the webinar, you’ll hear about the importance of supply chain standards in a digital world, the concept of an eDelivery Network, and the benefits it can provide for the rapid digitalization of the Energy Industry.
OASIS Open on the Agenda
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.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA)and OASIS Open today announced that the Ethereum OASIS Open Project, home of the Baseline Protocol, will now operate under the banner of EEA Community Projects. The move leverages the strengths of both standards bodies, building on EEA’s leadership role in Ethereum standards for business while continuing to rely on OASIS’ expertise in supporting open source and open standards development. The formation of EEA Community Projects signals to the world that there is now a central location where Ethereum-related business standards are developed and new projects are advanced.
Learn more about the partnership from the EEA’s Dan Burnett and OASIS Open’s Guy Martin at the free EEA Ethereum Anniversary Special event on July 29. Sign up to register.
Part of the PrepTech Talk Series by National Alliance for Public Safety GIS Foundation
Join OASIS Emergency Management Technical Committee Chair, Elysa Jones, and other industry speaker for a virtual seminar to learn about the latest developments in nationally available technology tools and standards that increase resource management preparedness and improve efficiencies in managing incidents. Resource management is the cornerstone of preparing for and responding to incidents that require mutual aid among agencies and jurisdictions. Currently, the adoption and use of standardized resource management policies, practices, and technology vary greatly at the local level nationwide.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org) or ask your question during the event.
This event will be recorded and will be posted for those unable to attend in person.
Part of the TOSCA Implementation Series
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.
OASIS Open and The National Council of ISACs team up to bring you a two-day virtual cybersecurity program focused on interoperability strategies to help mitigate threats to one of our most critical global areas — Supply Chains. The event will include a diverse hand-picked group of global cybersecurity experts that will share their views on the right combination of measures needed to ensure your cybersecurity strategy confidence reaches that next level. Through a mixture of interactive panel discussions and presentations, you’ll hear how you can be part of the global collaboration effort and learn actionable advice needed to avoid being the next target.
View Videos and Slide Presentations from the event here.
A series of Webinars for vendors of DITA tools.
Join members of the DITA Technical Committee on Tuesday, 15 June 2021 for a look at the contours of DITA 2.0. Because DITA 2.0 is NOT backwards compatible, we want to engage vendors and developers of DITA solutions early on. By the day of the Webinar, the grammar files for the release (DTD and RNG) will be complete and available for testing. A draft of the specification also will be available, although editorial work will be on-going throughout 2021.
In this 60-minute session, we’ll go over what the release contains, with a special focus on where there are changes that will have an effect on current tools (editors, CCMS, publishing, conversion, content delivery, etc.). Plan to send your product managers and lead architects! The session will be recorded. Then join us again on 29 June 2021 for a question and answer session.
Visit the OASIS Open Booth
The annual FIRST conference brings together global security and incident response professionals from all stages of their careers and from public, private, and academic sectors to exchange information and ideas, learn together, build trust relationships, and co-operate on areas of mutual interest. The virtual FIRST Annual Conference in 2020 proved the FIRST community brings some of the best content, and a highly engaged and enthusiastic audience; most if not all sessions were full of questions from the audience.
Part of the TOSCA Implementation Series
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.
Connect to cybersecurity’s best minds and biggest ideas. For less.
Expert-led sessions. Thought-provoking keynotes. Cutting-edge innovation. Interactive networking opportunities. Join the conversation at RSA Conference 2021, a virtual experience happening May 17-20. Meet industry leaders and peers, learn about the latest trends that are most relevant to your needs, grow your career and help shape the future of the industry. Plus, save $100 on an All Access Pass as an OASIS member. Use the discount code: 1U1OASISFD.
Starting up a new open source or standards project, or forking one? Governance is likely on your mind (or at least it should be). How do you build your community and ensure that you can get wide adoption and collaboration beyond just your own organization? Early on in a project, you can probably go it alone, but, history has shown that as projects get bigger and more complex, with more players, a need for independent and neutral governance becomes critical.
Join us for the next Open Matters episode, where Guy Martin sits down with OASIS Board member Rich Bowen of Red Hat to get his take on what projects should be looking for as they search for a Foundation or Consortium that meets their needs. The discussion will conclude with ample time for questions.
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