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A Reference architecture for the Open Banking Standard

Vamsi Chemitiganti: This is the fourth in a series of four posts on the Open Banking Standard (OBS) in the UK. The previous posts introduced the Open Bank Standard (OBS) examined the business and strategic drivers for banks while proposing an architectural style or approach for incumbents to drive change in their platforms to achieve OBS Compliance. The final post will discuss a reference architecture for the OBS.
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EIRA v1.0.0

The European Interoperability Reference Architecture (EIRA), is an architecture content metamodel defining the most salient architectural building blocks (ABBs) needed to build interoperable e-Government systems. The EIRA provides a common terminology that can be used by people working for public administrations in various architecture and system development tasks. The EIRA was created and is being maintained in the context of the ISA Programme. The EIRA uses (and extends) the ArchiMate language as a modelling notation and uses service orientation as an architectural style. The EIRA is aligned with the European Interoperability Framework (EIF) and complies with the context given in the European Interoperability Strategy (EIS).
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Reference Architecture Model Industrie 4.0 (RAMI4.0)

The physical and virtual worlds are increasingly converging. More and more physical objects can draw on smart sensor and actor technology, and are becoming networked in the evolutionary development of the Internet of Things. The availability of all relevant information in real time by networking of all the instances involved in adding value, and the ability to use those data to establish the optimum value stream at any particular time are triggering a further industrial revolution (known as Industrie 4.0) in business processes, and facilitating new business models. In that connection, the focus is on optimization of the following core industrial processes: research and development, production, logistics and service. With a view to securing the future of Germany as a business location and of its industry, the implementation strategy for Industrie 4.0 has been established by Plattform Industrie 4.0 in cooperation with the associations BITKOM, VDMA and ZVEI, and various German industrial enterprises. Chapter 6 of the implementation strategy for Industrie 4.0 [1] was planned in advance in such a way that it could be extracted and published as a GMA Status Report. The result is this paper. This GMA Status Report presents a reference architecture model (RAMI4.0) for semantic technologies and their benefits for automation and its associated technologies. The structures and functions of what are termed Industrie 4.0 components (referred to below as I4.0 components) are also described. Where appropriate, parts of the reference architecture model and the I4.0 components draw upon existing and relevant standards, so as to gain acceptance more rapidly. Where necessary, the implementation strategy identifies and describes additional standardization requirements. As a result of the increasing networking and controllability of physical objects and the simultaneous rise in the threat level posed by hackers, secret services, espionage and so on, special security requirements are necessary. These are outlined in chapter 7 of the implementation strategy for Industrie 4.0. The Status Report is addressed to readers from German industry, the relevant technology-oriented sectors, research and government. In particular, it is intended for managers, experts and consultants, and all parties interested in the future of Industrie 4.0 in Germany or wish to assist in shaping it.
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DoD BRM V04

DoD BRM V04
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DoD DRM V04

DoD DRM V04
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DoD EA PRM

DoD EA PRM
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DoD EA RM Executive Summary

DoD EA RM Executive Summary
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DoD EA TRM

DoD EA TRM
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DoD RM Maintenance Process

DoD RM Maintenance Process
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DoD SRM V04

DoD SRM V04
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FEA BRMv2

FEA BRMv2
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FEA Consolidated Reference Model Guide

FEA Consolidated Reference Model Guide
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FEA DRMv2

FEA DRMv2
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FEA PRMv1

FEA PRMv1
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FEA SRMv1

FEA SRMv1
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FEA TRMv1.1

FEA TRMv1.1
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