Topic: omg

OMG announces new communities to provide technologists with resources, knowledge

The Object Management Group (OMG) is trying to provide support and direction to its members by launching a new community where they can receive insights and best practices for the latest technologies.  The Managed Communities Program will include a number of communities around specific interests, the first of which is the OMG Systems Modeling Community … continue reading

OMG announces parts of its Unified Architecture Framework are now ISO/IEC standards

The technology standards organization Object Management Group (OMG) has announced Parts 1 and 2 of its Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) have been made International Standards Organization/International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) standards.  UAF is a framework that developers use to represent enterprise architectures, allowing specific areas to be focused on while still having visibility into the big … continue reading

OMG releases REST for CORBA specification version 1.0

The Object Management Group (OMG) has published a beta of version 1.0 of its REST for CORBA specification.  Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) is a standard for facilitating communication between systems deployed on different operating systems, programming languages, and hardware.  The specification describes a standard way for CORBA objects to be exposed as REST … continue reading

OMG launches beta of Space Telecommunications Interface specification

The Object Management Group (OMG) has announced a beta version of the Space Telecommunications Interface (STI) specification, which provides an open architecture for software-defined radios (SDRs) that are used in space and navigation communications systems.  According to OMG, this specification identifies data types, APIs, and operational patterns that compliant SDR platforms are required to implement.  … continue reading

OMG to create new specification for pedigree and provenance within BPM family

The Object Management Group (OMG) has issued a request for proposals for the pedigree and provenance model and notation (PPMN) specification. The PPMN specification will be part of the BPM family of modeling and notation standards, and will support tracking the pedigree and provenance of physical and abstract things. OMG’s BPM+ provides a set of … continue reading

OMG launches RFP for IDL of C++ Language Mapping specification

The Object Management Group (OMG) has announced a request for proposal (RFP) for Interface Definition Language v4 (IDL4) for the C++ Language Mapping specification.  According to OMG, this addition to the specification will provide Data Distribution Service (DDS) and CORBA users with an interoperable API for C++, which will allow them to deploy vendor-neutral applications … continue reading

OMG releases three new technology standards

The Object Management Group has announced three finalized standards to come out of its quarterly technical meeting last month. The new standards include: Automated Technical Debt Measure 1.0, Languages, Countries and Codes 1.0, and Structured Assurance Case Metamodel 2.0. The Automated Technical Debt Measure looks at weaknesses in an application’s source code, and estimates how … continue reading

SD Times news digest: BMC’s business automation platform, Loom Systems’ AI playbook and Adobe XD CC updates

BMC has announced new capabilities for its Control-M solution. Control-M is the company’s digital business automation platform. The new platform is designed to enable existing and new customers to build, deploy, and manage their business application workflows faster. “In today’s business environment, speed is the currency of digital business,” said Gur Steif, president, digital business … continue reading

SD Times news digest: OMG’s Tools Output Integration Framework, PowerShell Core 6.0, and OurCrowd launches Cognitiv

The Object Management Group has announced a Request for Comment for its Tools Output Integration Framework (TOIF). The purpose is to create a common format to show the findings of static code analysis tools. The RFC will be open until February 19 and comments can be made on the RFC comment form. “TOIF will solve … continue reading

OMG to approve CISQ software measurements as standards

The Object Management Group will approve as standards new measures to evaluate the quality characteristics of software created by the Consortium for IT Software Quality. The CISQ Quality Characteristic Measures cover the areas of reliability, security, performance efficiency and maintainability, as well as for automating function point measurements, according to Bill Curtis, executive director of … continue reading

IFML standard aims to simplify front-end development

A new standard adopted by Object Management Group (OMG) aims to make it easier to develop front-end applications. The Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML) is a visual modeling language that is designed to express a front-end application’s content, interface composition, user interaction and control behavior. “Front-end design of Web applications is a complex and multidisciplinary … continue reading

CISQ aims to ensure industry-wide software quality standards

The Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ) has released two specifications to help organizations increase software quality. Managed by the Object Management Group (OMG), CISQ was chartered in 2009 to create specifications for measuring source code quality that can be approved by the OMG. “[The] industry needs standard, low-cost, automated measures for evaluating software size … continue reading Protection Status