Definition of Done
- MVP: A Minimum viable OSDU product that allows Operators and Developers to experience OSDU to (1) learn the concepts embodied in the system and (2) start preparing their organization for roll out of a production-ready system in the future.
- Developer ready: A Developer can deploy the full baseline for testing/running the services as part of the CI/CD pipeline.
- Deployment ready: Someone besides a Developer can deploy a tested system in a consistent manner. This is the baseline that the Systems Integrators will likely take to begin operationalizing.
- Operational ready: This is a deployed version that has full operational support (monitoring/alerting, business continuity, incident management, and so on.)
|Release||Time Frame||Maturity||Confidence||Critical Path|
||Deployment Ready||P50||Architectural decisions around revising entitlements and introducing Global Deployment|
|V1.0 (First OSDU Standard)||Q4||Operational Ready||P50|
OSDU Release 1
The primary goal of Release 1 is to provide Operators and Application developers a system that they can interact with and begin readying their organizations for the impact of adopting OSDU.
AWS, Microsoft -
Late October/Early November 2019
OSDU Release 2
The primary goal of Release 2 is to provide a single baseline based on a converged architecture/implementation running on multiple platforms that extends the R1 release by adding support for Seismic files.
March 2020 (
OSDU Release 3
Release 3 will contain one entire season (3 months) of development on the single baseline, delivered as part of Release 2 and managed by the PMC.
The primary goal of Release 3 is to create a Deployment Ready system based on the R2 release with:
- Several additional services, schemas, and domains from OpenDES and the data definition subcommitee
- Architectural and functional enhancements to support Global Deployment (single customer, multi-region)
- Deployment automation, allowing non-developers to deploy instance
This will be the target release for a system integrator to bring to Operational Readiness by adding supporting business services like monitoring, incident management, business continuity, and so on.
Q2 2020 (P50)
OSDU Post Release 3
The majority of delivery after Release 3 will be done through continuous delivery. Exceptions to this might arise when a new standard is released that might require coordination beyond the scope of the PMC.