To facilitate the development of standards for sharing data between different platforms within the value stream, a new technical committee has emerged from OASIS Open, which is an open source and standards consortium.

According to the committee, organizations typically use a number of different tools to measure software performance to maximize innovation, drive growth and add value.

Led by Helen Beale, Chair of the Value Stream Management Consortium and Chief Ambassador at the DevOps Institute, and Kelly Cullinan, Director of Energy and Federal Services at Copado, Technical Committee on Value Stream Management Interoperability (VSMI). aims to provide increased interoperability between these tools. This will allow a more secure approach to sharing data between platforms.

According to Beal, value stream management (VSM) is the next evolution of DevOps, and “core to that is the DevOps toolchain, and at the Consortium we talked about the need for a common data model,” she said.

To read the full article, find it in the VSM Times.

OASIS committee working on value stream interoperability standards

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