The Eclipse Lyo project focuses on providing an SDK to help the Eclipse community to adopt OSLC specifications and build OSLC-compliant tools. The source code is available in a Git repository.
This tutorial explains how to integrate tools with OSLC. The tutorial uses examples, starting with simple ones and building to more advanced topics such as implementing an OSLC Provider.
A primer for technical leaders who want to understand the concepts and goals of OSLC and its relationship to other standards for evaluation, as well as potential OSLC implementers who want a general overview of the OSLC concepts and an understanding of the thinking and use-cases that led to their definition.
An overview for adding OSLC support to your software
Watch Steve Speicher describe the planning and tasks involved in integrating RTC and Bugzilla with Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration specifications.
(This is an improved version with clearer graphics of a video we posted a few months ago.)
An example-packed introduction to linked data concepts and how they apply to Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration.
Jad El-khoury, PhD and Frederic Loiret, PhD provide an updated introduction to Linked Data, OSLC and important integration concepts. This material is a refresh from work done by Steve Speicher and was delivered in Stockholm in November 2015. The attached .pdf can be used in conjunction with the following videos:
The PROSTEP OpenPDM OSLC Adapter makes your PLM system(s) available to the OSLC world. It offers OSLC standard services, especially for those PLM systems which don’t offer native ones. The adapter is an add-on for the OpenPDM integration framework which provides connectors to a wide range of systems. The OpenPDM OSLC services can be integrated in any OSLC consuming applications. The gap between ALM and PLM can be closed.
This presentation provides details on the OpenPDM OSLC Adapter including overview, reference project and technical information. For more details contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tasktop Sync Case Study on enabling the customer to increase both velocity AND quality.
Webinar on integrating HP ALM and IBM RTC, presented by Wesley Coelho, Director of Business Development at Tasktop Technologies, and Lance Knight, Director of Solution Architects at Tasktop.
In this webinar, Robert Elves, co-founder of Tasktop Technologies (http://tasktop.com), describes how Business Analysts using Rational Requirements Composer can successfully create and revise Requirements while automatically keeping the Testing team up-to-date on the latest changes through the use of Tasktop Sync (http://tasktop.com/sync).
In this article, Tasktop explores the strengths of Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) and some of the areas of improvement. The conclusion is that flexibility and value are what drive integration decisions.
Abstract: This one page flyer provides 4 graphics that can be used to discuss the benefits of Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration
- List of OASIS OSLC Co-founders
- Aspirations of OSLC
- The Technical Vision of OSLC
- Technical Vision of Tool Integratoin
Date: September 2015
Author: Mark Schulte
Abstract: Provides a two page overview of Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC). It also describes some of the technical committees and details on how to join OASIS.
Date: September 2015
Author: Mark Schulte
This webinar is hosted by the Cloud Standards Customer Council (CSCC).
Business pressures around automation and rapid deployment have fueled the practice of DevOps to bring together not just people, organizations and processes but the tools and applications to enable it. All these pressures are made worse when hand offs are manual and tools don't facilitate the automation and collaboration needed. This session will discuss these problems and how the OSLC (Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration) initiative is working to address them. Learn about who is participating in the community, why it is an important technology for DevOps integration, and how you can make use of it today and influence its shape for the future.
In this webinar, we'll explore how various integration approaches and ways to collaborate on tool and application integration have fallen short in the enterprise and are even more limiting in cloud environments. With the nature of the integration problem understood, we'll look at how OSLC offers a solution based on the architecture of the web through scenario-driven, minimalist, specifications created by an open community. While we look at OSLC, we'll focus on how it is being used today, and may be used tomorrow, for various cloud applications and management systems. Additionally we'll provide an overview of the latest news from the OSLC community (including progress towards standardizing at OASIS), answer your questions, and show you the many ways you can participate and contribute to OSLC too.
A toolkit for developing OSLC consumers and providers for .NET environments that contains the following tools:
- OSLC4NET SDK, which is very similar to the OSLC4J component of Eclipse Lyo: you can model OSLC resources as .NET objects, annotate them with OSLC attributes, and use the REST services provided by ASP.NET MVC 4 for HTTP requests and request handling.
- OSLC Change Management consumer implementation in the form of a test suite