By Steve Nunn, President and CEO, The Open Group Happy New Year! I hope that, wherever you are reading this, 2022 has started well for
Many organizations have started to break up a portion of their monolith applications and systems, transitioning to sets of smaller, interconnected microservices.
A recent survey by TechRepublic, found that organizations who used microservices were reaping clear benefits: 69% were experiencing faster deployment of services, 61% had greater flexibility to respond to changing conditions, and 56% benefited more from rapidly scaling up new features into large applications.
Last week, The Open Group Open Digital Standards October 2021 brought together organizations and speakers from across the world to discuss how the cross-industry development of open standards is helping businesses become digital-first. The global event was hosted in Brazil, China, India, Japan, South Africa, United Kingdom, and the United States. The event commemorated The Open Group 25th anniversary – acknowledging and reminiscing the remarkable achievements in the technology standards arena. Over 2,600 attendees from more than 100 countries gathered virtually to to share in the celebration and learn more about open technology standards.
I continue to be amazed by the promotion and advancement of The Open Group FACE™ and SOSA™ Technical Standards and Business Approach within the U.S. armed services. Nowhere was this more evident than at the recent FACE and SOSA Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM) 2021, which was hosted by the U.S. Army, sponsored by TES-SAVi, and supported by over 45 exhibitors. This event proved decisively that the Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) is here to stay.
Organizations need to be resilient and agile to adapt to a market that is changing at a faster pace. Due to the increase in digital technologies available at consumers’ fingertips, organizations need to innovate and get the capabilities needed to support these new digital offerings that customers are demanding in an effective way.
By Steve Nunn, President and CEO, The Open Group As digital transformation has matured in the private sector, it has demonstrated its value ever more