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The Open Group works with customers and suppliers of IT products and services, and with consortia and other standards organizations to capture, clarify, and integrate current and emerging requirements, establish standards and policies, and share best practices. Our standards ensure openness, interoperability, and consensus.

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  1. Digital Practitioner Body of Knowledge™ Standard

    This document is the Digital Practitioner Body of Knowledge™ Standard, a standard of The Open Group, also known as the DPBoK™ Standard. This update incorporates Technical Corrigendum 1 (U201).

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  2. O-PAS™ Standard, Version 1.0 (90-Day Evaluation License)

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    The O-PAS Standard, Version 1.0 is available to all to download free-of-charge for non-commercial use. That will usually mean using it inside your organization. To use the O-PAS standard for commercial purposes, a Commercial License is available (more ...).
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  3. O-PAS™ Standard, Version 1.0 (Member License)

    Downloading the O-PAS Standard, Version 1.0 Standard as a member of The Open Group Open Process Automation Forum.

    The O-PAS Standard, Version 1.0 is available to all to download free-of-charge for non-commercial use. That will usually mean using it inside your organization. To use the O-PAS Standard for commercial purposes, a Commercial License is available (more ...).
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  4. O-PAS™ Standard, Version 1.0

    The O-PAS Standard, once fully defined, will allow for construction of safe, reliable, secure process automation systems that are scalable from very small to very large, which do not require system shutdown to perform updates and extensions, and which can be applied to existing systems and to new construction.
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  5. Open Data Format (O-DF), The Open Group Standard for the Internet of Things (IoT), Version 2.0

    The Open Data Format (O-DF) standard is intended to represent information about things in a standardized way that can be understood and exchanged in a universal way by all information systems that need to manage IoT-related data.
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  6. Open Messaging Interface (O-MI), The Open Group Standard for the Internet of Things (IoT), Version 2.0

    The Open Messaging Interface (O-MI) standard connectivity model is similar to that of the World-Wide Web (WWW). Where the WWW uses the HTTP protocol for transmitting HTML-coded information mainly intended for human users, O-MI requests are used for transmitting lifecycle-related information mainly intended for automated processing by information systems.
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  7. ArchiMate® Model Exchange File Format for the ArchiMate Modeling Language, Version 3.1

    The Open Group ArchiMate Model Exchange File Format Standard.
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  8. ArchiMate® 3.1 Translation Glossary: English – Polish

    This document is The Open Group Standard for the ArchiMate 3.1 Translation Glossary: English – Polish.
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  9. ArchiMate® 3.1 Specification

    This is the official specification of the ArchiMate 3.1 modeling language from The Open Group.
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  10. The Open Group ArchiMate® 3.1 Specification (90-Day Evaluation License)

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