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Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC)
open community – open interfaces – open possibilities
Are you ready for the next
Generation of Integration?
An initiative aimed at simplifying data linking and
tool integration across the lifecycle
Barriers to sharing resources
and assets among tools
Multiple vendors, open source
projects and in-house tools
Private vocabularies, formats
and stores
Entanglement of tools with
their data
Community Driven – specified at open-services.net
Specifications for ALM, PLM and DevOps Interoperability
Inspired by Internet architecture
Loosely coupled integration with “just enough” standardization
Common resource formats and services
A different approach to industry-wide proliferation
Linked Lifecycle Data…
Data Integration of the next Generation
Inspired by Internet principles, implemented with
Internet technologies: Simple interfaces for exchange of
resources
Loosely coupled: Everything is a “resource” linked
together with URLs
Technology neutral: Treats all implementations equally
Minimalist: defines no more than necessary for exchange of
resources
Incremental: Deliver value now, add more value over time
Openly published standards: Free to implement and
irrevocable
How it’s built…
Lifecycle Tool
Service Management
Change Management
Help Desk
Lifecycle Tool
Requirements
Management
Service Management
Deployment
Lifecycle Tool
Quality Management
OSLC Specifications Overview 2012
Different Specifications based on a core specification
Scope
The OSLC Core specifies the primary integration techniques for
Core 2.0
integrating lifecycle tools, such as communication protocols and basic
data representation
Change Management 2.0
Draft
Converge
Finalize
Requirements Management 2.0
The OSLC domain workgroups specify additional vocabulary
Quality Management 2.0
specific to their lifecycle domain, but do not add new protocols
Architecture Management 2.0
Asset Management 2.0
Learn more and see how you or your company can benefit
from using OSLC
Estimation and Measurement 1.0
Software Configuration Management 1.0
Participate and contribute to the OSLC regardless of whether
you are a Lifecycle Domain Expert, Software Developer or
you want to become one
Reporting
Identify
Scenarios
PLM
Iterate on
working
drafts
Automation
Call it a
Gain technical
Specification
consensus
Communication
Website
Visit us at: Open-Services.net
Non-Spec
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