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A Virtual Breeding Environment Reference Model and Its Instantiation Methodology

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Virtual Breeding Environments (VBEs) are long-term strategic alliances of organisations aimed at offering the conditions to support the rapid and fluid configuration of Virtual Organisations (VOs). VBE reference models play a guiding role to
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  ECOLEAD David Romero, Nathalie Galeano, Arturo Molina david.romero.diaz@gmail.com, ngaleano@itesm.mx, armolina@itesm.mx Center of Innovation in Design and Technology (CIDYT)Tecnológico de Monterrey,Campus Monterrey, MexicoPRO-VE’08 Poznan, Poland8-10 Sep 2008            ECOLEAD •Early works have assumed that partners for a new Virtual Organizationcould be easily identified and selected from the wide “open universe”of available organizations, and merged into a collaborative network. •The assumption however overlooks a number of important obstacles…•In order to support rapid formation of those collaborative networks,it is necessary that potential partners are ready and prepared to participate in suchcollaboration. •Therefore, the concept of breeding environmenthas emerged as the necessary context for the effective creation of dynamic virtual organizations. Introduction  ©Romero, 2008  ECOLEAD Basic Concepts on Collaborative Networks • Virtual Breeding Environments (VBEs) are long-term strategic alliances of organisations aimed at offering the necessary conditions (e.g. human, financial, social, infrastructural & organisational)to support the rapid and fluid configuration of Virtual Organisations (VOs).•VBEs mainly focus on creating an adequate environment for the establishment of:  –  cooperation agreements,  –  common operation principles,  –  common interoperable infrastructures,  –  common ontologies,  –  and mutual trust among others, …with the objective of preparing their members(organisations and support institutions) to be ready to collaborate in potential VOsthat will be established when a collaboration (business) opportunity arises. •VOs are short-term and dynamic coalitions of organisations that may be tailored within a VBE to respond to a single collaboration opportunity,anddissolveoncetheirmission/goal hasbeenaccomplished,andwhosecooperation is supported through computer networks. Camarinha-Matos & Afsarmanesh, 2007 VBEVO Long-termstrategyOpportunitydriven Preparedness  ©Romero, 2008  ECOLEAD •An instantiation processis a controlled approach to guide an organisation, or network, in the derivation process of a reference model or architecture through three modelling levels (general, partial and particular) allowing the detailing of business requirements in each level: from general business requirements(requirements definition),through the optimisation and specification of partial requirements(design specification),to their particular implementation in a specific domain (implementation description).Each modelling level analysed from different modelling points of view: function, information, resources, and organisation. “A VBE instantiation process can be referred as a controlled process characterizing a new breeding environment based-on a VBE reference model and the VBE domain specificities  ”  •The VBE instantiation processaddresses systematicallyaset of steps, which are supported by mechanisms and methodologies,for the specification and/or generation of a customized VBE model,describing its components to characterize a specific VBE typology,and these components together represent an instance of the VBE reference model. Basic Concepts on Instantiation  ©Romero, 2008  ECOLEAD VBE Reference Model •The VBE reference modelaims to synthese and formalize the base concepts, principles and practices for long-term collaborative networks. •The VBE reference modelproposed intends to provide a common framework for traditional breeding environments (production/service oriented) such as: industrial clusters, industry districts & business ecosystems, and new emerging ones like: disaster rescue networks & virtual laboratory networks.  ©Romero, 2008 In-CNO Abstractions    C   N   O  -   L   i   f  e  -   C  y  c   l  e   S   t  a  g  e  s  O  p e r a  t  i o n  E  v o  l  u  t  i o n   M o d e  l   I  n  t e  n  t  C r e a  t  i o n   D  i s s o  l  u  t  i o  n   G e  n e  r a  l  R e  p  r e s e  n  t a  t  i o  n  S  p e c  i  f  i c  M o d e  l  i  n g   I  m  p  l e  m e  n  t a  t  i o  n  M o d e  l  i  n g  About-CNO Abstractions “VBE reference model focuses on providing a comprehensive overview of the key elements/components of a breeding environment and the main requirements to create and manage one during its entire lifecycle”  ARCONModellingFramework Camarinha-Matos & Afsarmanesh, 2007
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