Object Management Group Hosts Events in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 17-21
Public events to focus on AI in retail, business architecture,
business process modeling, data residency, NATO architecture and
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/AI?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#AIlt;/agt;–The Object
Management Group® (OMG®), an international,
open membership, not-for-profit technology standards consortium, today
announced the agenda for its Special
Events program, hosting events from Monday through Thursday, during
the OMG Technology Committee (TC) meeting from June 17-21, 2019 in
Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
OMG CEO and Chairman Dr. Richard Soley said, “Attendees will learn how
standards are innovating the retail customer experience, and how to
deploy standards to measure IT risk in software development. Members
will share a significant
effort to analyze and document data residency challenges. Kevin
Wallis, the National Chairperson of the NATO C3B Architecture Capability
Team (ACaT), will discuss
the ongoing collaboration among NATO C3B ACaT, OMG and The Open Group.
Our popular BPMN Meet and Greet event features an interoperability
demonstration using tools to implement the OMG BPMN™
standard. And our Business Architecture series runs the gamut from a
Primer for those new to the discipline to a Master Series, highlighting
topics that represent the next logical step in this rapidly expanding
The Special Events program for the week includes:
Intelligence and the Customer Experience will highlight how AI has
begun to reshape the shopping experience. Attendees will learn to how
to take advantage of AI to optimize pricing and inventory management,
improve recommendations for consumers, or enhance customer service
with facial recognition.
Architecture Master Series: Making It Real! will focus on business
architecture’s use and potential as the primary enabler of
interdisciplinary business value realization.
Architecture Primer is a half-day tutorial given by Business
Architecture Associates’ industry thought leaders Whynde Kuehn and
William Ulrich to ensure that attendees have a solid foundation in
business architecture. It is available at no charge to registered
attendees of the Business
Architecture Master Series.
Business Architecture Made Simple: 8 Steps Towards Maturity is an
optional one-day event for Business Architecture Master Series
attendees to work through a series of rapid working sessions to gain
an appreciation of bringing business architecture through its key
phases of maturation.
Metrics for Productivity and Continuous Improvement will feature
speakers from digitalscaler, NESMA (International Software
Benchmarking Standards Group), Cognizant, and the Consortium for IT
Software Quality™, among others, who will discuss agile and DevOps,
technical debt, and strategies that take advantage of emerging
standards and best practices.
Residency: Status, Challenges and Standards is a half-day event,
featuring a Data Residency Maturity Model to guide data owners and
custodians regarding how data can be transferred, stored, shared, and
protected, within a growing web of conflicting laws and regulations.
Lunch is optional at a cost of $49 USD for those who want to continue
MEET & GREET: BPMN in Action! will highlight a live and
iterative interchange of a Business Process Model™ and Notation™
model, using tools from some of the creators and innovators behind the
OMG BPMN specification, the most widely adopted business process
in the Context of the NATO Architecture Framework (NAF) event will
highlight the UAF® Domain Metamodel, which was recently
adopted by NATO as one of two metamodels for building NAF
architectures, including its Enterprise Architecture Framework, NAFv4.
Thought leaders from NATO, national governments, system integrators,
the OMG Unified
Architecture Framework® (UAF) development team, and
practitioners will discuss the challenges, strategies, and current and
emerging practices required to support NATO needs.
Each special event requires advance
registration and vary in cost with some at no cost. Registration
for the Special Events program is open to the public. Media can apply
for a complimentary press pass using the code TCNTP19. OMG sponsors, No
Systems, will showcase implementations of OMG standards in their
products throughout the OMG meeting week.
Registration for the full
TC meeting week includes all Special Event daily fees.
OMG Social Media Channels
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#OMGTCAmsterdam19 to join the conversation. To learn about becoming an
OMG member, click on www.omg.org
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The Object Management Group® (OMG®)
is an international, open membership, not-for-profit technology
standards consortium with representation from government, industry and
academia. OMG Task Forces develop enterprise integration standards for a
wide range of technologies and an even wider range of industries. OMG
modeling standards enable powerful visual design, execution and
maintenance of software and other processes. Visit www.omg.org
for more information.
Note to editors: Object Management Group and OMG are registered
trademarks of the Object Management Group. For a listing of all OMG
trademarks, visit https://www.omg.org/legal/tm_list.htm.
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