The Open Group Cloud Computing Governance
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Description

The Cloud Computing Governance project will define the overarching governance processes, structures and guidelines across all the aspects of Cloud-based solution deployment from the perspectives of key stakeholders like the Consumer, Provider and Developer.

The target audience includes:

  • Executive sponsors for Cloud Computing
  • Enterprise Architects and IT Strategists
  • Cloud consumers
  • Cloud providers
  • Cloud integrators
  • Cloud developers
  • Cloud auditors

The guiding principles are to:

  • Align with existing Governance Models & Standards;
  • Extend / Leverage existing Open Group Governance frameworks; and
  • Ensure coverage and support for governing models around BPaaS, SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS for public, private and hybrid environments.

The project will achieve its objective through the following activities.

  • Define Cloud Governance
  • Identify existing Governance Models and Standards (including SOA Governance)
  • Define relationship with these models and standards (ITIL, COBIT)
  • Refine and evolve Cloud Reference Model
  • Refine and evolve Cloud Vitality Model
  • Define Cloud Governance Matrix Examples
  • Apply to Business Scenario

Deliverables

The project will deliver an effective, industry standard framework for creating Cloud Computing Governance regimens to meet different organizational needs:

  • Common language, best practices and guidelines for governance
  • Method for continuing to align business goals and Cloud Computing processes
  • Cloud Governance Models, including a Reference Model and a Vitality Model.

Latest Accomplishments

The project was formed in December 2011.

Next Steps

The project team will proceed to work on the deliverables.

Standards and Drafts

None yet.

Co-chairs

Tina Abdollah, IBM; and E G Nadhan, HP.

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