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CHANGE 2010: Responding to Real Time Information, Open Systems and the Obama IT Vision Wednesday, September 23, 2009 National Press Club Washington, DC.

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1 CHANGE 2010: Responding to Real Time Information, Open Systems and the Obama IT Vision Wednesday, September 23, 2009 National Press Club Washington, DC

2 Open Systems and Existing Architectures: Engineering to Control Costs and Enabling Dataspaces Arpan Patel Managing Director Somat Engineering - DC

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4 1.Open and transparent government 2.Lower the cost of government 3.Cyber-security 4.Participatory democracy 5.Innovation The Administrations IT Vision

5 Googleplex = low incremental cost of new products and services PlugnplayModular – tap the cloud

6 Info: inside agency, web, real-time feeds, etc. Want to access what you need – and keep out what you dont

7 Next level above XML and information integration Dataspaces handle massive amounts of heterogeneous data – all sources and forms Data integration requires costly semantic mapping, dataspaces are pay as you go Dataspaces capture broader relationships – certainty and lineage

8 This is how Google is using the dataspace to reinvent – Collaboration 3.0 Enter….Google Wave

9 What is Ripply TM ? Ripply TM is a DataSpace Support Platform (DSSP) that facilitates real- time information management and online collaboration. + Real-Time Search Data Wave + +

10 Leverage your existing systems to meet whats coming… has over twice the amount of data as intranets, but is invisible to traditional enterprise search engines. Ripply solves the problem – search query your organizations /intranet/web. Secure and need-to-know.

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