December 04, 2006
Everware-CBDI Inc., an independent source of practices, consulting and
education on service-oriented architecture (SOA), announced that it
intends to make a submission to the Object Management Group (OMG) in
response to their UML Profile and Metamodel for Services (UPMS) RFP
(Request for Proposal).
SOA is widely regarded as one of the most profound changes ever in enterprise computing, yet there is general confusion over basic concepts, architecture and practices. To address these issues Everware-CBDI has developed and published a comprehensive metamodel that defines SOA unambiguously leveraging current industry standards. A metamodel defines the rules for building business and software models and defines terminology in a consistent manner to eliminate confusion. The SOA metamodel provides essential precision for the specification of business services, and enables SOA automation and effective governance.
OMG is an open membership, international organization of information system vendors, software vendors, and end-user companies. Through its members, the OMG produces and maintains specifications for interoperable software. The OMG SOA Special Interest Group focuses on definition of methodology and models for SOA. Its UPMS RFP aims to address a part of the overall SOA metamodel by linking architectural, business and technology views of services.
David Sprott, vice president of Everware-CBDI, said, "Our objective in developing a metamodel for SOA was to bring clarity and consistency to SOA practices. We welcome the OMG's initiatives in this important area and are pleased to contribute to the achievement of a standardized industry view."
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