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Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
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Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
Ims surf conference cloud and open standards 16 2-2011
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Key note presentation for the IMS conference 16-2-2011 Utrecht, Netherlands on Open standards and Cloud. …

Key note presentation for the IMS conference 16-2-2011 Utrecht, Netherlands on Open standards and Cloud.
Deals with outside in view on standards, impact on services, architecture and implications for the quality of semantic standards

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  • 1. Cloud and Open Standards<br />Prof.dr. Jos van Hillegersberg<br />Management and Governance<br />University of Twente<br />
  • 2. Cloud and Open Standards<br />A World of Standards &amp; Services<br />Positioning Standards<br />Semantic Standard Quality<br />Standards and Sourcing<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />2<br />
  • 3. IMS, 16-2-2011<br />3<br />
  • 4. IMS, 16-2-2011<br />4<br />
  • 5. We live in a world of standards...don’t we?<br />Movie<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />5<br />
  • 6. Standards in EU<br />&quot;[...] we badly need to reform how ICT <br /> standards are dealt with in Europe. <br /> Both internal Commission reflection and a wide public consultation have shown that the European standardisation framework is out of sync with fast-moving technology markets. “<br />By the end of the year, the Commission will make the necessary proposals for the reform of the European standardisation system. In particular, some key reforms will be of special relevance to the ICT sector.<br />The reform of the European ICT standardisation framework is a simple way to bring relevant standards from non-traditional standard-setting organisations to an equal footing with European standards when it comes to achieving interoperability. I am thinking here of bodies like the World Wide Web Consortium, OASIS or similar fora and consortia. <br />http://www.ipjur.com/blog2/index.php?/archives/161-Ms-Neelie-Kroes-Defending-Open-Standards.html<br /> Zie ook: The European Union’s ICT Standardisation Policy: Changes Ahead !? In: New Applications in IT Standards: Development and Progress (edited by Kai Jakobs)<br />
  • 7. We live in a world of standards...don’t we?<br />
  • 8. We live in a world of standards...don’t we?<br />Apple vs. Android (Matuk.com)<br />
  • 9. We live in a world of standards...don’t we?SELFSERVICE<br />
  • 10. We live in a world of standards...don’t we?Product Ownership to Service Access &amp; Cloud<br />
  • 11. We live in a world of standards...don’t we?Product Ownership to Service Access &amp; Cloud<br />
  • 12. We live in a world of standards...don’t we?SaaS, PaaS, IaaS<br />
  • 13. Service Mass-Customization<br />
  • 14. Service Mass-Customization<br />
  • 15. Service Mass-Customization B2BSkandia Financial Services: A Service Aggregator<br />SFC<br />3rd party<br />Software<br />Component<br />3rd party<br />Software<br />Component<br />3rd party<br />Component<br />service<br />3rd party<br />Component<br />service<br />Bank Specific<br />Legacy-<br />interface<br />Banking Platform<br />(Quartz - TCS)<br />Bank <br />Specific<br />component<br />3rd party<br />Software<br />Component<br />3rd party<br />Software<br />Component<br />3rd party<br />Component<br />service<br />3rd party<br />Component<br />service<br />DOI:10.1108/03074350810872796<br />
  • 16. Dynamic Service Integration and Orchestration<br />
  • 17. Dynamic Service Integration and Orchestration<br />Customers<br />Brokers(online/offline)Era, Remax, Makelaarsland, VEH,…<br />Specialized Search/Comparison<br />ZoekAlleHuizen, EenMiljoenhuizen.nl <br />Huis.cc, Huislijn,…<br />Central RepositoriesFunda, Dimo, Woninggids <br />Niksertussen, Marktplaats,..<br />Kadaster<br />Notary<br />Informatie<br />Services<br />Insurance <br />Service<br />Mortgage<br />Service<br />Government<br />Tax Agency<br />Construction<br />Consultant<br />Movers<br />Financial<br />Advisor<br />
  • 18. Dynamic Service Integration and Orchestration<br />Customer<br />Orchestrators<br />Centrale Service<br /> Directories<br />Repository<br />Inspect service<br />Governmetnt<br />Negotiation<br />Service<br />Mortgage <br />Service<br />House <br />Registry<br />Financial<br />Advisor<br />Notary<br />Insurance<br />Informatiion<br />Services<br />Tax agency<br />Construction<br />Specialist<br />Movers<br />
  • 19. Dynamic Service Integration and Orchestration<br />
  • 20. Dynamic Service Integration and Orchestration: Higher Education<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />20<br />http://is-link.org/pages/25-welcome-to-is-link<br />
  • 21. Dynamic Service Integration and Orchestration: Higher Education<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />21<br />
  • 22. Dynamic Service Integration and Orchestration: Higher EducationWebservicesTechnology Stack<br />Source: ©ACM 2003, Kreger, Fulfilling the Webservices Promise<br />
  • 23. Dynamic Service Integration and Orchestration: Federated or Hub Architecture?<br />Enterprise Application Integration - The Case of the Robert Bosch Group<br />Thomas Puschmann, Rainer Alt, Proceedings of the 34th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences - 2001<br />
  • 24. Inter Organizational Workflow Modeling<br />Source: I. Chebbi et al. / Data &amp; Knowledge Engineering 56 (2006)<br />
  • 25. ©J.van Hillegersberg<br />13-03-2009<br />Enabling Dynamic Service Integration and Orchestration: Migration to SOA<br />Source cacm oct 2007, papazoglou and vd Heuvel<br />
  • 26. Modeling current and goal architecture<br />Source: Bizzdesign(c) <br />
  • 27. Modeling current and goal architecture – University of Twente Architecture Project <br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />27<br />
  • 28. Networked Systems: Adoption ProcessTechnology is only one factor<br />Medium<br /> for<br />(c)<br />modify<br />(b)<br />modify<br />(d)<br />medium for<br />(a)<br />impact<br />(g)<br />Netw. System<br />positively<br />impact<br />may<br />Adoption &amp; Use Netw. Systems<br />Adapted from : Kurnia, S., Johnston, R.B. (2000), The need for a processual view of inter-organizational<br />systems adoption, Journal of Strategic Information Systems 9 (4), pp. 295-319<br />Source: Kurnia and Johnston, 2000, with some adaptations<br />
  • 29. Semantic Standards<br />Quality of Semantic Standards<br />Jointly with<br />Erwin Folmer (PhD research)<br />Utwente, TNO, NOIV<br />www.semanticstandards.org<br />Paul Oude Luttighuis (Novay)<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />29<br />
  • 30. Semantic Standards<br />“Semantic IS standards are designed to promote communication and coordination among organizations; such standards may address product identification, data definitions, business document layout, and/or business process sequences.” Adapted from (Steinfield et al., 2007)<br />Standard Developer is the SDO (no IT vendors)<br />SDO are industry fora (not the traditional formal SDOs)<br />The “user” of the standard is the implementer.<br />No direct competition among adopters.<br />No significant IPR issues.<br />Scope is dynamic<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />30<br />
  • 31. QoStandardsResearch<br />Source:<br />Research publications by<br />Folmer, Oude luttighuis, van Hillegersberg, 2009, 2010)<br />http://www.utwente.nl/mb/iscm/research/<br />
  • 32. Our survey among standards developers<br />
  • 33. Our survey among standards developers<br />
  • 34. Our survey among standards developers <br />Lord Kelvin: &quot;If you can not measure it, you can not improve it.&quot;<br />
  • 35.
  • 36. Quality of Semantic Standards Development<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />36<br />Source:<br />Research publications by<br />Folmer, Oude luttighuis, van Hillegersberg, 2009, 2010), http://www.utwente.nl/mb/iscm/research/<br /><ul><li>,</li></li></ul><li>Semantic Standard: Organisational and Problem domain<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />37<br />
  • 37. Semantic Standard: Meta Level<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />38<br />
  • 38. Semantic Standard: Conceptual Solutions<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />39<br />
  • 39. Semantic Standard: Technical Solutions<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />40<br />
  • 40. Semantic Standards: Development and Management <br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />41<br />
  • 41. Semantic Standards: Organisation<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />42<br />
  • 42. Semantic Standards: Marketing<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />43<br />
  • 43. Semantic Standards: Component Tools<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />44<br />
  • 44. Semantic Standards: Knowledge Transfer<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />45<br />
  • 45. Semantic Standards: Implementation<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />46<br />
  • 46. Semantic Standard Conceptual Model<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />47<br />
  • 47. Standards and Sourcing<br />Primary: activities that the company should keep in-house<br />Shared: activities that can be shared with other divisions<br />Shifted: activities that can be transferred to customers, suppliers, or operational specialists<br />Automated: activities whose capabilities – or at least whose user interfaces – can be automated so that they can be turned into web services<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />48<br />
  • 48. Standards and Sourcing<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />49<br />Merrifield et al., The Next Revolution in Productivity, June 2008 | Harvard Business Review<br />
  • 49. Thank you – Questions?<br />Jos van Hillegersberg<br />Management and Governance<br />University of Twente<br />j.vanhillegersberg@utwente.nl<br />IMS, 16-2-2011<br />50<br />

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