Model Management Forum
Canonical Model Management Forum
This annual two day forum is aimed at Architects and Senior Management to share experiences and learn about developing and rolling out Canonical Models in their Enterprise. Participants have the opportunity to hear from a variety of organizations that span many different sectors but share a surprisingly common set of challenges. Each session is supported by a panel of guest presenters with real world experience in large Government and Fortune 1000 size organizations.
The 2013 Canonical Model Managers Forum was held in Washington, DC. Copies of the presentations from the actual event are available from the links below.
2013 Canonical Model Management Forum agenda
2013 Canonical Model Management Forum agenda.
Canonical Models Are Central To Delivering The Seamless Experiences Customers Demand
Forrester’s vision for digital business design - an approach to integration that centres’ first on sustainable business outcomes and agility, unifying across application silos rather than merely making it easier to live with them. With digital business design, AD&D professionals can connect integration strategy directly to the current and future success of their business.
Canonical Service Design overview
digitalML with their product suite igniteXML, have been a thought leader in the use of Canonical Models to deliver the vision of digital business design though the effective control of the Service Design Lifecycle. This presentation focuses on the practicalities of delivering this vision across a wide variety of business sectors.
Integration Hub Design &: Implementation
As many large IT shops migrate their old propriety mainframe applications to commercial off the shelf offerings, they face a key integration challenge to integrate these new systems to meet their specific needs. Time to market is key for delivering a smooth transition and the expected ROI.
Using a Canonical Model to produce a standard set of services and transformations can dramatically cut project delivery time.
Structuring a Canonical Model by Priscilla Walmsley
Having decided to adopt a canonical Model strategy the first practical step is to get to a first version of your canonical model. The work done at this stage is critical as such a model is different to anything that has gone before. Priscilla will present some of the considerations to be taken into account at this stage. She brings a rich experience and insight to this area.
SOA Service Maintenance Managing Practical Realities
Many organizations are keen to leverage the investment they have made in building services though extensive reuse. Even with the introduction of commercial Registry /Repositories they are struggling to deliver on this goal. By putting the Canonical Model Management system at the heart of the design and build time it is possible to solve the issues that manual processes supported by file based tools fail to address. Registry / Repositories then become a powerful tool for Runtime governance as the design time governance issues have been properly addressed.
Canonical Service design in the IRS Landscape
The Affordable Care Act is introducing revolutionary change to the US healthcare sector. Part of this is the huge inter-agency effort to share information such as information held in the IRS tax filing systems that could relate to eligibility. Sara will present how the IRS is tackling these challenges though the use of a Canonical Service design and management system and leveraging their investment in a US TAX Canonical Model.
Forrester TEI tool for building the business case
The logic for this approach is highly compelling; however it is a new paradigm which requires the introduction of change. Large IT organizations are often loathed to change and require strong evidence of the benefits of doing so. DigitalML and Forrester have joined together to develop an independent tool that the proponents of change can use to calculate the total economic impact to the organization of making this change. This tool will help uncover the hidden costs of the existing status quo as well as illustrating how much more agility a Canonical Model approach can deliver.
The 2012 Canonical Model Managers Forum was held in Washington, DC. Copies of the presentations from the actual event are available from the links below.
2012 Canonical Model Management Forum agenda
2012 Canonical Model Management Forum agenda.
Canonical Model for Data in Motion; Data Modeling vs. Canonical Modeling & the case for Canonical Models
Canonical Model for Data in Motion; Data Modeling vs. Canonical Modeling & the case for Canonical Models.
Canonical Model Management Best Practices/Trends, And A Look Into The Future
Canonical Model Management Best Practices/Trends, And A Look Into The Future.
Lean Canonical Model and Governance
Lean Canonical Model and Governance.
Enabling Oracle AIA using igniteXML
Enabling Oracle AIA using igniteXML.
Best practices for structuring a Canonical Model for Data in Motion by Priscilla Walmsley
Best practices for structuring a Canonical Model for Data in Motion by Priscilla Walmsley.
A case study of creating a Canonical Distribution Model for the Travel Industry
A case study of creating a Canonical Distribution Model for the Travel Industry.
The 2011 Canonical Model Managers Forum was held in Washington, DC. Copies of the presentations from the actual event are available from the links below.
Canonical Model Managers Forum
Canonical Model Managers Forum introduction.
Federated SOA Using Federated Canonical Models
Implementing a Federated Canonical Model.
Canonical Model Examples and the Rationale for Adopting One
Model Driven Information Exchange.
Canonical Model Management Best Practices and Key Trends.
Simplifying Enterprise Integration with one model for data in motion.
Canonical Models That Combine Locial and Physical Models
Canonical Modeling at Novartis.
Mapping the Canonical Model to Logical and Data Models
Canonical Model Handoff to Runtime Management Environments
Integration Services - Canonical Model Governance at Staples.
ICS Connect Integration Demonstration.
Introduction to OAGI as a Source for a Canonical Model
An Open Standards Based, Cross Industry Canonical Model.
Organizational Preparation and Pitfalls
Canonical Message Modeling and Managing Change.
Metrics and Measuring Strategic Value
The 2010 Canonical Model Managers Forum was held in Washington, DC. Copies of the presentations from the actual event are available from the links below.
Why Have A Canonical Model
The Canonical Model – SOA solutions, guiding principals, implications, and achievements.
What a Canonical Model is and the rationale for adopting one.
How To Get A Canonical Model
IRS transition to a common XML vocabulary.
Using an Industry Standard like ACORD as the basis for your Canonical Model.
Overlaying Vocabularies and Metadata
Using data models and Industry Standards as the basis for your Canonical Model.
The state of Canonical Modeling in IT in 2010.