Entitlement Standards/Solution/Management/Tracking/Governance

Quality Governance

Definition
Governance is the process of recursive modeling, execution, monitoring, control, and tracing of resource, relations and processes, to improve architecture and performance. Governance also includes control over process orchestration.

Qualities
Governance monitors and controls resources, processes, and services by monitoring and controlling their respective qualities (e.g. RQs), including NFPs, QoS, PKIs.

Orchestration
Orchestration is the available sequencing, synchronization, and integration that a process can manage over its sub-processes and resources, recursively.

Scheduling
Scheduling is at the heart of orchestration, using timing, sequences, and events to synchronize and sequence processes, tasks, activities, and quality adjustments and changes over time/events.

Schedules
Schedules are recursive time/event based structures, managing from the shortest event to complex periodic processes, and relating schedule owner resources to activities, tasks, or process resources.

Execution
For Governance, orchestration recursively organizes sub-processes by scheduling, synchronizing, and coordinating resource quality and relation changes.

Modeling
RQs are especially crucial to modeling, governance, and orchestration, to business and enterprise architecture, as well also as to business process management and modeling, as they also offer:

  • Unlimited Granularity:Resource recursion provides the exact required adjustable granularity for executable governance: unlimited
  • Rich Qualities:Qualities (e.g. qualitative properties) provide rich subtle process monitoring and control
  • Deep Integration:Resource qualities (RQs) provide rich granular governance for design, management, modeling, and execution (e.g. monitor & control). RQs are a fundamental part of the Resource Model