The New Cloud Computing Reference Architecture and Vocabulary Standards from ISO/IEC and ITUT

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Heather Kreger, Distinguished Engineer, CTO International Standards, IBM

The New Cloud Computing Reference Architecture and Vocabulary Standards from ISO/IEC and ITUT

Heather Kreger, Distinguished Engineer, CTO International Standards, IBM

This talk will provide an in depth review of the newly published Cloud Computing Reference Architecture and Vocabulary standards from ISO/IEC and ITUT, including a short background on the development of this foundational standard for both IT and Telecom. We will show how Open Group, NIST and IBM cloud architectures relate to these international standards and how this helps architects going forward. We will also briefly discuss new work that is leveraging these standards for Cloud Service SLAs, Data Flow, Interoperability and Portability in ISO/IEC.


Heather Kreger is IBM’s CTO of International Standards and a Distinguished Engineer. She is responsible for setting the strategy for software group’s engagement in international standards. Heather’s current focus is on SOA and Cloud architecture standards. With over 15 years of standards experience, she has led the development of standards for Cloud, SOA, Web services, Management and Java in numerous standards organizations, including W3C, OASIS, DMTF, IEEE, ISO/IEC JTC1, and The Open Group. Heather is currently co-chair for The Open Group’s SOA Work Group and liaison for The Open Group SOA and Cloud Work Groups to ISO/IEC JTC1 SC38. Heather is the lead editor of the SOA Reference Architecture CD 18384 in SC8. Heather is also the author of numerous articles and specifications, as well as the book Java and JMX, Building Manageable Systems, and co-editor of Navigating the SOA Open Standards Landscape Around Architecture.

 

 

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