RDA 8th Plenary Joint meeting: IG Brokering and IG Data Fabric

Meeting title: Joint meeting of IG Brokering and IG Data Fabric

Groups: IG Brokering and IG Data Fabric

Group chairs:  Stefano Nativi and Jay Pearlman

Please give a brief introduction describing the activities and scope of the group(s)

The Brokering IG, established in 2013, aims to discuss the overarching concepts and frameworks for achieving interoperability across different disciplinary data systems, leaving the systems autonomous and avoiding pushing them towards any specific implementation model. Such technological solutions are commonly called brokering frameworks. They generally provide mediation and adaptation services, in a transparent way for the Users –either intermediate or final.
Brokers can play a facilitating role in the landscape depicted by the IG Data Fabric, especially as to data find, access, evaluation and use.

Please provide additional links to informative material related to the participating groups i.e. group pages, case statements, working documents etc

https://rd-alliance.org/groups/brokering-ig/wiki/objectives-rationale.html
https://rd-alliance.org/group/data-fabric-ig.html
https://rd-alliance.org/groups/brokering-framework-working-group.html
https://rd-alliance.org/groups/brokering-governance.html

Please list the meeting objectives

To discuss the possible role and contributions of the Brokering IG, and its WGs, to the Data Fabric IG vision and its related WG activities.

To define a possible common plan for future joint actions and roadmap.

Meeting agenda

Agenda (moderation: Jay Pearlman) 1. Short introduction of the participants and their interest (all participants) 10 minutes; 2. Discussion to identify relations between the two IGs (all participants) 40 minutes; 3. Discussion on possible joint actions and roadmap (all participants) 30 minutes; 4. Summary of the results (Jay Pearlman and Stefano Nativi)

Audience: Please specify who is your target audience and how they should prepare for the meeting

For this open session, we invite data practioners, policy makers and community adopters who are familiar with the two IGs.