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ONION Project Home Page     (1)

Most Critical Task(s) At Hand     (1A)

  • ... Publish the Business Of Information Technology Ontology using open source Adaptive Public License V 1.0'...     (1A1)

What's New     (1B)

Key Date(s) to Note     (1C)

  • ... April 2007 The first formal release of the Business Of Information Technology Ontology is to be published under an open source Adaptive Public License V 1.0...     (1C1)

Project Charter     (1E)

The ONION (ONtologies In ONtology) is an open source semantic reference tool for the Business Of Information Technology which uses many terms that have novel or dual meanings. It is structured as a Community of Practice (COP) ontology that has multiple, domain specific, layers. The content of each layer is scoped by the set of IT topics that are relevant to a particular Community of Interest (COI) or Community of Action (COA).     (1E1)

The foundational layers of the ONION are aligned with the public specifications of:     (1E2)

  • IT Service Management Best Practice e.g. ISO 20000, ITIL     (1E3)
  • IT Control Frameworks e.g. ISACA COBIT     (1E4)
  • Information Security e.g. ISO / IEC 27001, ISO 17799     (1E5)
  • IT Auditor Control Objectives e.g. COSO     (1E6)
  • SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) e.g. OASIS BCM (Business Centric Methodology)     (1E7)

Acknowledging that ontologies are excellent classification schemas, the ONION core uses explicit links to controlled vocabularies as they become publicly available:     (1E8)

  • IT Infrastructure (Classes, properties, methods, values) e.g. Common Information Model     (1E9)
  • Open Source Components (XML elements, attributes) e.g.     (1E10)

In addition to the Ontolog IPR Policy, the ONION COP employs the OASIS RF on Limited Terms IPR Policy     (1E12)

Deliverables & Deadlines     (1F)

IT Service Management Ontology Layer     (1F2)

IT Control Framework Ontology Layer     (1F3)

Information Security Ontology Layer     (1F4)

IT Auditor Control Objectives Ontology Layer     (1F5)

SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Ontology Layer     (1F6)

Project Work-in-Progress     (1F8)

  • ... First draft of the reference model contains the proposed relationships for SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) and IT Service Management is stored on the ONION shared-file workspace as:     (1F8A)

Project Plan     (1F9)

The Team     (1G)

Discussion Archives & Shared-File Workspace     (1H)

Resources     (1I)

Conference Call, Meeting & Workshop     (1J)

  • ...(list and link to agenda & proceedings pages here)...     (1J1)

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