- John Falkl, Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect, SOA Governance, IBM
- Robert Laird, Executive Architect, IBM
- Tony Carrato (firstname.lastname@example.org), Executive IT Architect, SOA Advanced Technology, IBM
- Heather Kreger (email@example.com), Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM Software Group
Comments, May 17, 2010
"SOA governance regimen" or SOA governance regime is definitely what the output (not the outcome) of a SOA governance project should be.
To manage a regime, life cycle management techniques might be opportune and i understand that it is what SGVM is about.
Now, should we examine the notion of regime from a broader perspective, we would realize that a governance regime (Fr: régime de gouvernance) is a notion deeply rooted in Frengh history and culture.
|Regime is a notion deeply rooted in French History and culture|
And as a matter of fact, an original IT governance approach based on IT governance regime has been initiated in France since 2005. www.ngen-governance.com
Their authors have recently transfered some knowledge assets to an "open creative" knowledge community called The Archilogy Institute : in a nutshell, this knowledge community is operating as an organism composed of "cells" growing independently and irrigated by "knowledge streams".
Since SOA governance regime is (like corporate telecom governance regime) a direct and immediate application of IT governance regime, how about IBM creating and nurturing a cell of The Archilogy Institute ?
Comments, May 18, 2010
thank you to have acknowledged my post.
Please note that though i am an Ecole Polytechnique ParisTech alumni, i do not have any mandate of any kind to represent the Ecole.
As for France, you might already know that there is an academic initiative from Ecole Centrale [CEISAR] (www.ceisar.fr) and a private initiative called Sustainable IT Architecture (www.sustainableitarchitecture.com) (i do not have any mandate from these either nor i am affiliated to any of these).
The Archilogy Institute is an "open and creative" knowledge community :
- "open" because its members are not bound to a central legal entity through contractual agreements such as a subscription or a labor contract but form a community where members are bound together through one-to-many arrangements which allows “sharing, reusing and remixing- legally” intellectual outputs;
- "creative" because the one-to-many arrangements which bind members of the knowledge community together are based on Creative Commons contracts which have been crafted to foster creativity and innovation.
In a nutshell, The Archilogy Institute as an animal born from opensource, wikipedia and IT cloud.
I'll be pleased to cooperate with The Opengroup or with IBM (i am an IBM alumni, 1984-89). How about liaising in private (firstname.lastname@example.org) ?
Note April 14, 2012.
- www.ngen-governance.com has been released.
- The Archilogy Institute is available at http://www.archilogy.net
- SGVM : SOA Governance Vitality Method
- The Ecole Polytechnique has created CESAMES, an institute addressing complex systems architecture and design.