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   * one teleconference per quarter midway between OMG meetings.   * one teleconference per quarter midway between OMG meetings.
  
-The next face-to-face meeting is scheduled for **Tuesday, ​19 March 2019,** during the OMG meeting in **RestonVA** (near Washington, DC), USA, from **9:00 am to 12:00 pm, Eastern Daylight ​Time (EDT).** Remote participation will be available. Note that the U.S. switches to summer time on March 10, and Europe on March 31. Therefore, the time difference with Washington will be only 4 hours for the UK (GMT/UTC) and 5 hours for continental Europe (CET).+The next face-to-face meeting is scheduled for **Tuesday, ​18 June 2019,** during the OMG meeting in **AmsterdamNetherlands**, from **13:00 to 17:00 Continental Europe Summer ​Time** ​(7:00-11:00 am Eastern US time Remote participation will be available.
  
 The agenda of our meetings generally follows this pattern: The agenda of our meetings generally follows this pattern:
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   * Discussion of other actions (events, standards efforts, etc.)   * Discussion of other actions (events, standards efforts, etc.)
   * Agenda items for the following face-to-face meeting   * Agenda items for the following face-to-face meeting
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 +[[Notes from the CWG meeting on 18 June 2019 in Amsterdam]]
  
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 | [[https://​www.omg.org/​cloud/​deliverables/​cloud-customer-architecture-for-securing-workloads-on-cloud-services.htm|Cloud Customer Architecture for Securing Workloads on Cloud Services]] | | | | | [[https://​www.omg.org/​cloud/​deliverables/​cloud-customer-architecture-for-securing-workloads-on-cloud-services.htm|Cloud Customer Architecture for Securing Workloads on Cloud Services]] | | | |
 | //(under construction)//​ | | | | | //(under construction)//​ | | | |
-| | | | | +Practical Guide to Cloud Service Agreements ​3.0 Feb 2019 | | 
-| | | | |+Practical Guide to Cloud Deployment Technologies ​1.0 Mar 2019 | |
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 ^ Title ^ Leaders ^ Kick-off ^ External Draft ^ Planned Vote ^ ^ Title ^ Leaders ^ Kick-off ^ External Draft ^ Planned Vote ^
-| **Practical Guide to Cloud Service Agreements, v3.0** | Anil Sharma (IBM) and Paddy Padmanabhan (Damo Consulting),​ with additional support from Claude Baudoin | | 20-Jan-2019 | Late February (e-mail vote of the MARS Task Force) | +| **Practical Guide to Cloud Governance** (new) | Karolyn Schalk (IBM)\\ Ash Heda (Wipro) | 5-Feb-2019 | 20-May-2019\\ [[https://​www.omg.org/​cgi-bin/​doc?​cwg/​2019-05-01|Download]]\\ [[https://​docs.google.com/​forms/​d/​1C0e5gjdaud9_SxHsenmWR7UIsrmHfIZDXlSMYvwTuA4/​|Comment Form]] | June 21 in Amsterdam ​|
-| **Practical Guide to Cloud Deployment Technologies** (new) | Karl Scott (Satori Consulting) | 24-Oct-2018 | 30-Jan-2019 | 21-Mar-2019 (in-person vote of the MARS Task Force in Reston) | +
-| **Practical Guide to Cloud Governance** (new) | Karolyn Schalk (IBM) and Ash Heda (Wipro) | 5-Feb-2019 | 5-Apr-2019 | mid-May (probably by e-mail vote of the Business Modeling and Integration Task Force) ​|+
  
 When new papers are released, they may supersede similar considerations previously included in some other papers, in which case those will need to be revised accordingly in due time. When new papers are released, they may supersede similar considerations previously included in some other papers, in which case those will need to be revised accordingly in due time.
  
-This status and plans were presented to the MARS Task Force on December 13, 2018. [[https://​www.omg.org/​cgi-bin/​doc?​mars/​2018-12-13|Presentation here]].+This status and plans were presented to the MARS Task Force in March 2019.
  
-The roadmap for Q2 2019 work (with approval in June or September), still subject to discussion, includes: +The roadmap for Q3 2019 work (with approval in June or September), still subject to discussion, includes: 
-  * Revising the White Paper (it will be now be called a Discussion Paper, in accordance with OMG terminology) on **Cloud Service Agreements: What to Expect and What to Negotiate.** Completion of the Practical Guide to CSAs V3 is a prerequisite to start this revision.+  * Revising the White Paper (it will be now be called a Discussion Paper, in accordance with OMG terminology) on **Cloud Service Agreements: What to Expect and What to Negotiate.** Completion of the Practical Guide to CSAs V3 was a prerequisite to start this revision.
   * The December 2018 meeting raised the need for a **Catalog of Cloud Standards**.   * The December 2018 meeting raised the need for a **Catalog of Cloud Standards**.
   * The December 2018 meeting also raised the potential need to revise the **Interoperability Paper**, even though it is relatively recent (December 2017), in order to add a new scenario about data migration, and mention //​interoperability patterns//. David Harris and Beniamino Di Martino are the initial champions of this proposal.   * The December 2018 meeting also raised the potential need to revise the **Interoperability Paper**, even though it is relatively recent (December 2017), in order to add a new scenario about data migration, and mention //​interoperability patterns//. David Harris and Beniamino Di Martino are the initial champions of this proposal.
   * A new paper on **Cyber Insurance and the Cloud** may be proposed, in lieu of having added a large section on this subject in the Practical Guide to CSAs.   * A new paper on **Cyber Insurance and the Cloud** may be proposed, in lieu of having added a large section on this subject in the Practical Guide to CSAs.
   * A new paper, suggested by Karen Shunk (OMG) that would inherit work previously done by the ARTS Council (now the OMG Retail Domain Task Force or RDTF). This would be branded as a joint paper of the RDTF and CWG, and would go through the RDTF for approval. Tentative title: **Practical Guide to Cloud Adoption in Retail**. The focus would be on retail use cases, so that it would not repeat the content of other papers, but point to those papers instead.   * A new paper, suggested by Karen Shunk (OMG) that would inherit work previously done by the ARTS Council (now the OMG Retail Domain Task Force or RDTF). This would be branded as a joint paper of the RDTF and CWG, and would go through the RDTF for approval. Tentative title: **Practical Guide to Cloud Adoption in Retail**. The focus would be on retail use cases, so that it would not repeat the content of other papers, but point to those papers instead.
 +  * A new paper, suggested by Alex Tumashov (Schlumberger) on **Data Governance in the Cloud.** Karolyn Schalk commented:
 +    * //Data governance is mentioned within the Practical Guide to Cloud Governance, to remind people that it is one of the governance types that needs to be "​harmonized"​ when establishing cloud governance. Data governance is a pretty mature discipline, still too few organizations practice it thoughtfully,​ and lack of it is a major impediment to good data science results, and for creating quality machine learning models and then sustaining them. If a paper were initiated my suggestion would be to focus on "​contemporary topics in data governance"​ and cover data science, AI, machine learning as reasons to adopt. A paper of 15 pages or less.//
  
 The revised roadmap will be submitted to feedback by the CWG members, either during a webinar or at the March meeting. The revised roadmap will be submitted to feedback by the CWG members, either during a webinar or at the March meeting.
  
-== 4.1.3. ​Current Issues with the Publication Process ==+== 4.1.3. ​Important Points about the OMG Publication Process ==
   * //Getting a document approved without too much delay if the final draft is ready a few days after an OMG meeting.// The MARS Task Force agreed, during its December 2018 meeting, on the following rules. We will propose that other Task Forces that may be asked to approve other papers follow those rules too, and we will submit them as suggestions to the new Process Subcommittee of the Architecture Board.   * //Getting a document approved without too much delay if the final draft is ready a few days after an OMG meeting.// The MARS Task Force agreed, during its December 2018 meeting, on the following rules. We will propose that other Task Forces that may be asked to approve other papers follow those rules too, and we will submit them as suggestions to the new Process Subcommittee of the Architecture Board.
     * Approval outside of their regular meetings should be exceptional.     * Approval outside of their regular meetings should be exceptional.
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   * Tracie Berardi (OMG staff)   * Tracie Berardi (OMG staff)
  
-Others should be able to use the discussion box to suggest changes, and the authors will implement the changes or discuss them with the authors of the suggestions. //If you encounter any difficulty doing so, please contact// [[cbaudoin@cebe-itkm.com?​subject=OMG%20CWG%20Wiki|Claude Baudoin]].+Others should be able to use the discussion box to suggest changes, and the authors will implement the changes or discuss them with the authors of the suggestions. //If you encounter any difficulty doing so, please contact// [[claude@omg.org?​subject=OMG%20CWG%20Wiki|Claude Baudoin]].
  
 Also contact Claude if you wish to become an author/​editor of this wiki. You will be given your own username and password to do so. Also contact Claude if you wish to become an author/​editor of this wiki. You will be given your own username and password to do so.
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