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MIKE2:Product Roadmap

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The Product Roadmap for the MIKE2.0 Methodology provides a list of planned functionality to be incorporated into the MIKE2.0 Methodology against a future timeline. In particular, it focuses on the content to be added to the Core MIKE2.0 Methodology in each Release Cycle.

Guiding Priorities of every Roadmap

Planned Functionality for Next Release

During the beta period, content will be changing from the Core MIKE2.0 Methodology independent from a Release Cycle. Therefore, there will not be a formal release of content that is part of the Core MIKE2.0 Methodology at a set time period as there will be in future releases.

Long Term Release Roadmap

We have been at MIKE2.0 for a while, but there is a still lot of work to do. Some of the major activities include:

  • Keep building the community!
  • Launch a Consortium to act as stewards of the open approach. Our planned approach is described here.
  • Get better coverage across Information Management in areas such as Business Intelligence/Enterprise Performance Management, Data Center Management and unstructured content
  • Keep building depth around solutions and supporting assets
  • Help drive new theories in Information Management to solve the complexity
  • Drive the product specific story with vendors to enhance the standard
  • Release new capabilities to the open methodology framework to enhance collaboration
  • Put a greater focus on internationalization through multi-language sites

Our long-term goal is to provide a better to link the approach to executable code through an Organizing Framework for Information Development

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