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Posted by Kerry GodesSenior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations
The Open Data Protocol (OData) is a REST-based open web protocol for unlocking and sharing data, freeing it from silos that exist in some software applications today. The OASIS international consortium has launched a new initiative that will standardize OData and simplify the querying and sharing of data across applications for re-use in the enterprise, mobile devices, and the Cloud.
More than 57 members from around the world are now participating in the OASIS OData Technical Committee, which had its inaugural meeting at Microsoft last month. “We’re seeing a wave of Cloud standardization projects at OASIS that use REST, AtomPub, and JSON technology,” said Laurent Liscia, OASIS Executive Director. “OData is an exciting addition to our portfolio. The response to the new Committee has been tremendous.”
To learn more about OData and how organizations and open source communities can benefit from OData support, check out the Interoperability @ Microsoft blog or OASIS’ news update.