We are happy to announce another OSLC Workgroup: Performance Monitoring!
From their description:
Monitored resource definitions define the data about entities like applications, computer systems, storage volumes, etc. commonly used to observe a coarse-grained summary of a monitored resource's state, e.g. its self-reported health.
They’re just getting started, but here are a few of their working documents on the wiki:
To be notified of upcoming meetings, join the OSLC Performance Monitoring mailing list (or keep an eye on their meeting agenda page). If you're interested in joining the workgroup, send an email to the mailing list or email Julie Bielski (the co-lead) directly.