An enterprise architect whose company delivers 100% dependable software and services may not need The Open Group's Dependability through Assuredness (O-DA) Standard, a new open standard. "Know anyone in the 100% category? I don't," said David Lounsbury, Open Group CTO and VP.
O-DA is a framework designed to help organizations running complex systems reduce and mitigate system failures. Released in mid-2013, the architecture-based standard focused on modeling dependencies, creating use cases for assurance and getting consensus on accountability behavior when failures occur. In this short video, Lounsbury describes this open standard and its potential benefits.
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