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Friday
Nov072008

Enterprise to Grid in Atlanta

I have been working toward the Grid Interop event in Atlanta this week and have had little time to post. This is the second Grid Interop event,sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the US Department of Energy (DOE) and organized by the GridWise Architectural Council. Aside from my own presentation there, there are numerous events and reports that I am as associated with that also have their end point there.

One of these is an open work shop on standards for e-Commerce, the Enterprise, and the Grid being hosted by OASIS and NIST in the evening. We hope to come out of it with a common road map for the key standards ahead. All are welcome, not just conference attendees. I thank Clasma for their assistance and the venue.

Tuesday, 11 November, 7:00pm-8:30pm
Hyatt Regency, Peachtree Center, Atlanta

Facilitated by William Cox, Cox Software Architects LLC and OASIS Technical Advisory Board

Other planned attendees (confirmations pending):

Toby Considine, University of North Carolina and OASIS Technical Advisory Board
Carol Geyer, OASIS
Joe Hughes, EPRI

Theme

For Smart Grids and Smart Buildings don’t reinvent—for timely and efficient technology we must select existing work and....

  • Repurpose
  • Reuse
  • Realign

Goals for this Round Table discussion:

  • Share context
  • Discuss Motives and direction
  • Examine eCommerce and Security standards and appropriate domains for use
  • Establish action plan for standardization and implementation

Talk about OASIS and other Standards and Specifications such as

  • Web services
  • XML Vocabularies
  • Security
  • Messaging
  • Transaction management
  • oBIX for smart buildings
  • WS-Device Discovery
  • Distributed Management

Come away with a deeper understanding of how and when we can move Smart Grids and Smart Buildings standards forward to rapidly benefit from broadly deployed practices and standards.

AGENDA

First items total 15 minutes. Brief overview and introduction

  • Standards and specs
  • IRP issues
  • Standards ROI
  • SOA and Semantics
  • Buildings & evolution
  • OASIS Blue Initiative
  • Markets

 

  • Facilitated discussion

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