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  1. United Nations Standard Products and Services Code® (UNSPSC®), Version 18 Plugin for the O-DEF™

    This document is a Snapshot of what is intended to become an Open Group Standard for the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC), Version 18 Plugin for the Open Data Element Framework (O-DEF) – the UNSPSCv18 Plugin.
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  2. Cloud Computing Business Scenario Workshop

    The purpose of this report was to gather input for a Cloud Computing Business Scenario; i.e., customer views on the motivations for, and key requirements of, the use of Cloud Computing technologies.
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  3. Jericho Forum®: Achievements through 2009, and Plans for 2010

    During this event Paul Simmonds summarized where the Jericho Forum has been, what's been achieved through 2009, and what is being planned for 2010.
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  4. TOGAF® Version 9: Technical Corrigendum No. 1

    This Technical Corrigendum contains a detailed list of corrections to the TOGAF 9 standard.
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  5. TOGAF® 9 Certification Self-Study Pack, 4th Edition

    SAMPLE ONLY – THE FULL PRODUCT IS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE FROM THE OPEN GROUP STORE (B097).

    Sample copies of the Study Guides are available to download.

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  6. ArchiMate® 3.0 Specification

    Superseded by C179

    This is the official specification of the ArchiMate 3.0 modeling language from The Open Group.

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  7. Common Security: CDSA and CSSM, Version 2 (with corrigenda)

    CDSA is a set of layered security services that provides the infrastructure for extensible and interoperable security solutions. It provides complete flexibility through the use of plug-in security modules that use common Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
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  8. Protocols for Interworking: XNFS, Version 3W

    The Open Group XNFS offers a complete solution to transparent file access between open system-compliant systems, through the XNFS protocols for interoperability, and The Open Group XSI interfaces for application/user portability (as identified in several XNFS appendixes).
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