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3 rd SOA for E-Government Conference: Welcome and Conference Overview. Theme: Responsibility to Provide Best Practices for An Information Sharing Environment - Bringing Together the Global Information Grid, W3C, SOA Consortium, and Shared Services. Rick Tucker, MITRE Host Emeritus,

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3 rd soa for e government conference welcome and conference overview

3rd SOA for E-Government Conference: Welcome and Conference Overview

Theme: Responsibility to Provide Best Practices for An Information Sharing Environment - Bringing Together the Global Information Grid, W3C, SOA Consortium, and Shared Services

Rick Tucker, MITRE Host Emeritus,

Fran Dougherty, MITRE Host, and

Greg Lomow, Bearing Point, and

Brand Niemann, US EPA, Co-Chairs

May 1-2, 2007

welcome and logistics
Welcome and Logistics
  • Restrooms:
    • Just outside both the front and back of the Auditorium.
  • Audience Participation:
    • Please Use Microphone and Face the Video Camera.
  • Telecon:
    • Phone numbers and pass codes are in the Wiki page.
    • Please put your calls on Mute, but not Hold, because some systems introduce disruptive music.
welcome and logistics1
Welcome and Logistics
  • Shared Screen Support:
    • New Feature provided by MITRE.
  • Security:
    • MITRE escort required outside the conference area.
    • You must turn in your badge when leaving the building.
  • Breaks and Lunch:
    • Atrium and MITRE Cafeteria, respectively.
acknowledgements
Acknowledgements
  • The MITRE Corporation for hosting:
    • Rick Tucker, Fran Dougherty, and the Conference Support Staff.
  • The Architecture & Infrastructure and Best Practices Committees:
    • Especially Mills Davis, Susan Turnbull, George Thomas, George Strawn, and Bill Vajda for their support.
  • The Planning Committee:
    • See Next Slide.
the planning committee
The Planning Committee
  • Greg Lomow, SOA CoP Co-Chair and BearingPoint
  • Brand Niemann, SOC CoP Co-Chair and US EPA
  • Steve Else, SOA CoP Secretary
  • Fran Dougherty, MITRE Host
  • Rick Tucker, MITRE Host Emeritus
  • Susan Turnbull, GSA and AIC
  • Chris Gunderson, World-Wide Consortium for the Grid (W2COG), GIGLite, and PGFSOA Infrastructure Team Lead
  • Bob Kilker, SOA CoP Demo Phase 3 Lead and IONA
  • Bob Marcus, SRI and NCOIC
  • Ken Mullins, MITRE
  • Marc Halley, MITRE
  • Ken Laskey, MITRE
  • Greg Hauser, IAC SOA Committee Chair and Web World Tech
  • Joe Jarzombek, DHS
acknowledgements1
Acknowledgements
  • Presentors, Panelists, Tutorials, and Exhibitors:
    • 32, 10, 2, and 30, respectively!
  • Breakout Session Chair and Networking Exhibit:
    • IAC SOA Committee.
  • Attendees:
    • For participating and sharing your valuable time and thoughts for the improvement of our CoP and its activities.
acknowledgements2
Acknowledgements
  • IAC SOA Committee:
    • Chair: Greg Hauser, Webworld Technologies
    • Administrative Officer: Debbie Brown, Sun Microsystems
    • Education Group, Bob Brogan, BEA
    • Cultural Group, Pat Heinig, PPC
    • Technical Group, John Smith, Ventera
  • Roles in 3rd SOA for E-Government Conference:
    • Exhibitor - Final SOA Survey released.
    • Chair Breakout Session and Judge Best Presentation.
some recent events
Some Recent Events
  • December 4, 2007, OMG SOA Information Day.
  • December 19, 2006, ArchitecturePlus Seminar: Town Hall for SOA Management Strategies.
  • January 23, 2007, Collaborative Expedition Workshop #57, at NSF, Collaborative Organizing Workshop: Opening Up Networked Improvement Activities Around Service Oriented Architecture in 2007.
  • January 27, 2007, Kickoff of SOA CoP Demo Phase 3
  • February 27, 2007, Collaborative Expedition Workshop #58, at NSF, Exploring the Potentials and Realities of the Identity Management Landscape for Convergence and Service Oriented Architecture.
some recent events1
Some Recent Events
  • February 13, 2007, FCW Event:
    • SOA Essentials: What Department Heads Need to Know
  • February 28, 2007, INPUT Event:
    • Service-Oriented Architecture in the Federal Government – Status Report and Update
  • March 23, 2007, How the Feds do SOA:
    • Computerworld
  • March 30, 2007, SOA Demos and Testbeds:
    • NCOIC Plenary Meeting (see SOA CoP Demo 3)
some upcoming events
Some Upcoming Events
  • May 6-8, 2007, The 22nd Semi-Annual Spring Government CIO Summit:
    • Government by Wiki: New Tools for Collaboration, Information-Sharing, and Decision-Making. Government by Wiki: A Guided Tour.
  • May 20-24, 2007, Semantic Technology Conference, San Jose, California:
    • May 22 and 24, 2007, (1) Spectrum of Reasoning and Applications and (2) Advanced Intelligence Community R&D Meets the Semantic Web?.
      • SICoP Special Conferences: February 6 and April 25, 2007.
        • DRM 3.0 and Web 3.0!
some upcoming events1
Some Upcoming Events
  • May 29-31, 2007,Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University School's Leadership for a Networked World Program:
    • Shared Services for the 21st Century.
  • June 13-15, 2007, Gartner Enterprise Architecture Conference:
    • June 14th Keynote: Data and Information Architecture: Not Just for Enterprise Architects!
  • June 26-27, 2007, Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University School's Leadership for a Networked World Program:
    • Making Cross-Boundary Transformation Happen: The Role of Executive Sponsors/The New Challenge of Leadership for a Networked World.
soa for e government conference may 1st 2007
SOA for E-Government Conference, May 1st, 2007
  • All Together All Day:
    • Opening and Closing Keynotes:
      • Chris Gunderson (World-Wide Consortium for the Grid-W2COG)
      • Eric Newcomer (IONA)
    • SOA CoP Demo:
      • Eric Newcomer for Bob Kilker and Michelle Davis (IONA) and Demo Participants
    • Panel Session: SOA Roadmap Best Practices (see next slide)
    • Networking Lunch and Exhibits/Demos (30 maximum)
    • Plenary Session: What’s New (see slide 14)
    • Closing Keynote, Preview of Tracks, Special Recognitions, Networking, and Then Must Leave the Facility
panel
Panel
  • Organizer: Richard Soley, OMG
  • Topic: SOA Roadmap Best Practices
  • Moderator: Ron Schmelzer, Zapthink
  • Panelists:
    • Analysts: Ron Schmelzer, Zapthink
    • Government: Avi Bender and Tom Lucas, Internal Revenue Service
    • SOA Consortium: Dr. Jon Siegel, Vice President, Technology Transfer, Object Management Group
    • SOA Practitioners' Guide: Dr. Burc Oral, CellExchange, Inc., & Peter Bostrom, BEA Systems
soa for e government conference may 1st 20071
SOA for E-Government Conference, May 1st, 2007
  • Plenary Session - What’s New:
    • (1) Report on W3C Workshop on Web of Services for Enterprise Computing, Ken Laskey (MITRE).
    • (2) Improving Access to Government through Better Use of the Web, José Manuel Alonso, eGovernment Lead, (CTIC/W3C).
    • (3) Current State of SOA Credentials, Ron Schmelzer (ZapThink).
    • (4) IAC SOA Committee SOA Survey Results, Greg Hauser (Webworldtech), Chair.
closing keynote eric newcomer
Closing Keynote: Eric Newcomer
  • E-Government needs a comprehensive guide to SOA with Web Services standards and best practices for implementation to get from the current "as is" to the future "to be" architecture. This book meets that need superbly.
    • Brand Niemann, Ph.D., Co-Chair, SICoP, U.S. Federal CIO Council

IONA CTO

SOA CoP Co-Chair

soa for e government conference may 2 nd 2007
SOA for E-Government Conference, May 2nd, 2007
  • Three Concurrent Activities - Common Break & Lunch Times:
    • Auditorium Sessions (see next slide)
    • Breakout Session:
      • (1) Panel on Vendor Perceptions and Implementations.
      • (2) Governance.
      • (3) Transition to SOA in the Government.
      • (4) What Are the Benefits?
    • Tutorials (see next slide)
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SOA for E-Government Conference, May 2nd, 2007
  • Four Tracks:
    • Track 1: SOA Experiences, Facilitated by Ken Mullins (MITRE).
    • Track 2: SOA Information/Quality Assurance, Organized by Joe Jarzombek, DHS, and Jeff Simpson, BEA.
    • Track 3: SOA CoPs Reports, Facilitated by Fran Dougherty (MITRE).
    • Track 4: SOA in Semantic Wikis, Organized by Mike Lang (Revelytix) and Brooke Stevenson (BEA).
  • Two Half-day Tutorials:
    • Model-driven SOA (architecture), Ed Seidewitz (Model Driven Solutions).
    • Open Source SOA Bootcamp Using Celtix (implementation), Michelle Davis (IONA).
special recognitions
Special Recognitions
  • Outstanding Contributions to the SOA CoP:
    • Chris Gunderson, World-Wide Consortium for the Grid (W2COG) and the GIGLite Community. Opening Keynote.
  • Outstanding Service to the SOA CoP:
    • Eric Newcomer, Robert Kilker, & Michelle Davis, IONA, Closing Keynote, SOA CoP Demo 3, and Tutorial.
  • Best Agency SOA Application:
    • Avi Bender and Tom Lucas, Internal Revenue Service.
  • Best Organization SOA Application:
    • Dr. Jon Siegel, OMG, Dr. Burc Oral, CellExchange, Inc., & Peter Bostrom, BEA Systems. SOA Consortium / SOA Practitioner’s Guide.
  • Best Exhibit:
    • Scott Campbell and Erik Peters, InterSystems.
  • Best Presentation:
    • Michael Lang, Revelytix. SOA in Semantic Wikis: A Story About Communication.
  • Best Breakout Session Presentation:
    • David Pawloski, SOA Software. Overcoming the SOA Network Security Fallacy.
slide19

Chris Gunderson, World-Wide Consortium for the Grid (W2COG) and the GIGLite Community

By SOA CoP Co-Chairs, Greg Lomow, Bearing Point & Brand Niemann, US EPA

Best Practices and

Architecture & Infrastructure Committees

of the Federal Chief Information Officers Council

SOA CoP

Produced in Collaboration With

Special Recognition

For Outstanding Contributions to the SOA CoP at the

3rd SOA for E-Government Conference, May 1-2, 2007,

at The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA.

Federal CIO Council’s Service-Oriented Architectures Community of Practice (SOA CoP)

slide20

Eric Newcomer, Robert Kilker, & Michelle Davis, IONA

Keynote, SOA CoP Demo 3, and Tutorial

By SOA CoP Co-Chairs, Greg Lomow, Bearing Point & Brand Niemann, US EPA

Best Practices and

Architecture & Infrastructure Committees

of the Federal Chief Information Officers Council

SOA CoP

Produced in Collaboration With

Special Recognition

For Outstanding Service to the SOA CoP at the

3rd SOA for E-Government Conference, May 1-2, 2007,

at The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA.

Federal CIO Council’s Service-Oriented Architectures Community of Practice (SOA CoP)

slide21

Avi Bender and Tom Lucas

Internal Revenue Service

For the Best Agency SOA Application at the

3rd SOA for E-Government Conference, May 1-2, 2007,

at The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA.

By SOA CoP Co-Chairs, Greg Lomow, Bearing Point & Brand Niemann, US EPA

Best Practices and

Architecture & Infrastructure Committees

of the Federal Chief Information Officers Council

SOA CoP

Produced in Collaboration With

Special Recognition

Federal CIO Council’s Service-Oriented Architectures Community of Practice (SOA CoP)

slide22

Dr. Jon Siegel, OMG, Dr. Burc Oral, CellExchange, Inc.,

& Peter Bostrom, BEA Systems

SOA Consortium / SOA Practitioner’s Guide

By SOA CoP Co-Chairs, Greg Lomow, Bearing Point & Brand Niemann, US EPA

Best Practices and

Architecture & Infrastructure Committees

of the Federal Chief Information Officers Council

SOA CoP

Produced in Collaboration With

Special Recognition

For the Best Organization SOA Applications at the

3rd SOA for E-Government Conference, May 1-2, 2007,

at The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA.

Federal CIO Council’s Service-Oriented Architectures Community of Practice (SOA CoP)

slide23

Scott Campbell & Erick Peters

InterSystems

By SOA CoP Co-Chairs, Greg Lomow, Bearing Point & Brand Niemann, US EPA

Best Practices and

Architecture & Infrastructure Committees

of the Federal Chief Information Officers Council

SOA CoP

Produced in Collaboration With

Special Recognition

For the Best Exhibit at the

3rd SOA for E-Government Conference, May 1-2, 2007,

at The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA.

Federal CIO Council’s Service-Oriented Architectures Community of Practice (SOA CoP)

slide24

David Pawloski, SOA Software

Overcoming the SOA Network Security Fallacy

By SOA CoP Co-Chairs, Greg Lomow, Bearing Point & Brand Niemann, US EPA

Best Practices and

Architecture & Infrastructure Committees

of the Federal Chief Information Officers Council

SOA CoP

Produced in Collaboration With

Special Recognition

For the Best Breakout Session Presentation at the

3rd SOA for E-Government Conference, May 1-2, 2007,

at The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA.

Federal CIO Council’s Service-Oriented Architectures Community of Practice (SOA CoP)

slide25

Michael Lang, Revelytix

SOA in Semantic Wikis: A Story About Communication

By SOA CoP Co-Chairs, Greg Lomow, Bearing Point & Brand Niemann, US EPA

Best Practices and

Architecture & Infrastructure Committees

of the Federal Chief Information Officers Council

SOA CoP

Produced in Collaboration With

Special Recognition

For the Best Presentation at the

3rd SOA for E-Government Conference, May 1-2, 2007,

at The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA.

Federal CIO Council’s Service-Oriented Architectures Community of Practice (SOA CoP)

question
Question
  • What do:
    • 1. Enterprise Architecture
    • 2. Semantic Interoperability
    • 3. Service-Oriented Architecture
    • 4. Data and Information Architecture
    • 5. Service Systems, and the
    • 6. Networking Communities of Practice
  • Have in Common?
the answer
The Answer
  • “The Medicis were a banking family in Florence who funded creators from a wide range of disciplines. Thanks to this family and a few others like it, sculptors, scientists, poets, philosophers, financiers, painters, and architects converged on the city of Florence. There they found each other, learned from one another, and broke down barriers and cultures. Together they forged a new world based on new ideas – what became known as the Renaissance.”
    • Frans Johansson, The Medici Effect, Harvard Business School Press, 2006, pages 2-3.
the answer1
The Answer
  • The Medici Effect:
    • “When you step into an intersection of fields, disciplines, or cultures, you can combine existing concepts into a large number of extraordinary ideas.” (recall slide 19)
    • “We have met teams and individuals who have searched for, and found, intersections between disciplines, cultures, concepts, and domains. Once there, they have the opportunity to innovate as never before, creating the Medici Effect.”
      • Frans Johansson, The Medici Effect, Harvard Business School Press, 2006, page 186.
purposes
Purposes
  • Build on the success of the First and Second Conferences and receive the IAC SOA Committee Survey Result.
  • To learn about the World-Wide Consortium for the Grid and GIGLite Community.
  • See the SOA CoP Phase 3 Demo and learn when to use Custom, Proprietary, Open-Source or Community-Source Software.
  • To learn about the new SOA Consortium and the SOA Practitioners' Guide.
  • Learn about the recent W3C Workshops on Web of Services for Enterprise Computing and Web Technologies for E-Government.
  • To support the Best Practices Committee's "Best Practices" Process and the January 17, 2007, CIOC Strategic Plan FY 2007-2009.
thank your
Thank Your
  • Thank you for your support of this conference, to MITRE for hosting, and congratulations to those that received Special Recognitions.
  • In about a month we will start a series of conference calls to discuss the evolution of the SOA CoP and planning for the 4th Conference.
  • Please let us know if you are interested in participating.
  • Greg and Brand, SOA CoP Co-Chairs.