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TINA & Standards. Richard M. Soley Chairman & CEO, OMG. Overheard Yesterday:. TINA is Terminated. Reality is Quite Different. The TINA-C structure that exists today will no longer exist on 1 January 2001. The International Scientific Community will shepherd the concepts in future.

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Tina standards
TINA & Standards

Richard M. Soley

Chairman & CEO, OMG


Overheard yesterday
Overheard Yesterday:

TINA

is

Terminated


Reality is quite different
Reality is Quite Different

  • The TINA-C structure that exists today will no longer exist on 1 January 2001.

  • The International Scientific Community will shepherd the concepts in future.

  • TINA has succeeded in changing/organizing the model

  • Now comes the hard part!


A short history of tina
A Short History of TINA

Semi-outsider’s view: 1

Phase 1: The Core Team


A short history of tina1
A Short History of TINA

Semi-outsider’s view: 2

Phase 1: The Core Team

Phase 2: The Consolidation


A short history of tina2
A Short History of TINA

Semi-outsider’s view: 3

Phase 1: The Core Team

Phase 2: The Consolidation

Phase 3: Scientific Community


A short history of tina3
A Short History of TINA

Semi-outsider’s view: 3

Phase 1: The Core Team

Phase 2: The Consolidation

Phase 3: Scientific Community

Transition to standards & to products:

OMG, TMF, ITU-T, etc.


What is the omg vision
What is the OMG Vision?

The Global Information Appliance


The business model

Sales

Engineering

Accounting

Manufacturing

Payables/ Receivables

Shipping/ Receiving

Inventory

The Business Model

Every application is part of your business model;

you must make them work together!


The problem
The Problem

Constructing information-sharing distributed systems from diverse sources:

  • heterogeneous

  • networked

  • physically disparate

  • multi-vendor


Omg s mission
OMG’s Mission

Develop a single architecture, using object technology, for distributed application integration, guaranteeing:

  • reusability of components;

  • interoperability & portability;

  • basis in commercially available software.

Focus on swiftly-developed, easily usable (“off the shelf”) component standards.


Omg background
OMG: Background

  • World’s largest software industry consortium.

  • Founded April 1989, has run over 150 processes.

  • Small staff (32 full time); no internal development.

  • Sponsors worldwide Ziff-Davis trade shows and 101 Communications magazines.

  • Dedicated to creating and popularizing object-oriented standards for application integration based on existing technology, integrating past, present and future technologies.


Worldwide scope
Worldwide Scope

2AB

Alcatel

AOL

AT&T

BEA Systems

BT

CA

Citigroup

Compaq

Concept 5

CSELT

Deutsche Telekom

Ericsson

EURESCOM

France Telecom

Fujitsu

HP

Hitachi

Inprise

IBM

ICL

IONA

John Deere

Lucent

Microsoft

MITRE

NCR

Netgenics

Nortel

Novell

NTT

OASIS

Oracle

Peerlogic

Protoco

SAGA

SAP

Siemens AG

Sprint

Sun Microsystems

Telefonica

TRW

Unisys

US West

Vertel


Specification availability
Specification Availability

1. OMG adopts & publishes interfaces.

2. Interfaces must be commercially available or in use from OMG Contributing, Domain or Platform member.

3. Interfaces freely available to members and non-members alike.

4. Interfaces chosen from existing products in competitive selection process.


Technical plenaries
Technical Plenaries

  • Representatives of all member companies.

  • Determines direction of architecture & standards.

  • Meets every ten weeks.

  • Includes 3 plenary groups:

    • Architecture Board

    • Platform Technology

    • Domain Technology


Leveraging infrastructure
Leveraging Infrastructure

Telecommunications, Healthcare, Finance, Electronic Commerce, Business Objects, Manufacturing, Transportation, Life Sciences, Utilities, Analytical Data Management, C4I, Customer Information Systems, Retail, Space Systems…….

CORBA - UML - MOF

The OMG Process


Some vertical standards
Some Vertical Standards

  • Manufacturing: Product Data Management (PDM), simulation, data acquisition, CAD services

  • Insurance: risk management

  • Finance: general ledger, agreements

  • Transportation: air traffic control, road traffic systems, flight planning, rail

  • Medical Systems: Person Identification, Lexicon, Record Security, Image access

  • Life Sciences: human genome data, biomolecular sequence analysis

  • Utilities: data access control


A perhaps interesting vertical
A Perhaps Interesting Vertical

  • Telecommunications:

    • CORBA/TMN

    • CORBA/IN

    • logging

    • notification

    • wireless management

    • Service & Subscription this week!


Many more to come
Many more to come

  • Analytical Data Management

  • Enterprise Customer Interaction Systems

  • Retail Systems

  • Space/satellite systems

  • More to come!


Cooperative vision
Cooperative Vision

  • Focus on consensus

  • Build on existing infrastructure

  • Leverage specifications built over our first ten years history

  • Use existing technology where possible

  • Move quickly to fill openings

  • Enable portability and interoperability


But back to tina
But Back to TINA

  • TINA-C & OMG have long cooperated:

    • CORBA as the backbone of the TINA DPE

    • OMGtelecom standards

    • strong impact on basic OMG standards including UML and CORBA

    • even closer cooperation since reorganization of TINA-C as an actual entity


Omg tina in future
OMG & TINA in Future

  • TINA will continue to affect OMG standards (UML, CORBA, OMGtelecoms) for the forseeable future

  • OMG offers to host TINA-ISC and other relevant meetings

  • OMG is willing to help in the liaison efforts with other organizations

  • But we need your participation!


How to reach us
How to Reach Us

  • Internet Resources:

    • World Wide Web: http://www.omg.org

    • Anonymous FTP: ftp://ftp.omg.org

    • Email archive server: server@omg.org

    • Richard Soley: soley@omg.org

http://www.omg.org/~soley/tina2000.ppt


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