D2.2 Generic, federated OOP architecture (2nd version)

Eric Grandry, Paul Brandt, Jerry Dimitriou, Sander Fieten, Carmen Rotuna, Jaak Tepandi, Täks. Ermo, Jack Verhoosel, Dimitrios Zeginis
2018 Zenodo  
This document presents the second official version of the generic federated OOP architecture. It develops further and extends the deliverable "D2.1. Generic federated OOP architecture (1st version)" (D2.1). The architecture supports interconnection and interoperability of national registries at the EU level, is in line with existing EU frameworks (EIRA, EIF), takes into account the forthcoming regulation about the Single Digital Gateway (SDGR), and uses results of the e-SENS European
more » ... ility Reference Architecture. It provides support for future developers of OOP projects and is based on the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs), the Building Blocks consolidated by the e-SENS project, and in justified cases, on the new building blocks. Compared to the first version D2.1, this deliverable develops the architecture further, aligns it with the provisions of the forthcoming regulation about the Single Digital Gateway, and focusses on the motivation, domain, and business views of the architecture. Summaries of the main characteristics of the applicable Building Blocks provided in D2.1 establish a starting point for the technology architecture. Detailed description of changes is provided in the section "Changes between D2.1 and D2.2". The architecture description in the current deliverable is organized along the business view, concerned with the business operations of the TOOP system. As the project is itself defining the Cross-Border Once Only and is required to support the development of the SDG Regulation, two preliminary views are added: the domain view, concerned with the definition of the Once Only domain (the problem domain), and the requirements view, concerned with the objectives, needs, legal obligations and principles driving the architecture. The architecture is oriented towards reusing existing frameworks and building blocks provided by CEF, e-SENS, and other initiatives. The key concepts underlying the architecture, including the main principles of the Generic On [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3947806 fatcat:plt63kt6uncotdymoevkwmp2fi