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European Interoperability Reference Architecture (EIRA)

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EIRA v1.1.1

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Description

About the European Interoperablity Reference Architecture

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 Action 2.1 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). Further information about the EIRA can be obtained in the document "EIRA_v1_1_0_overview.pdf."

 

Related release: Cartography Tool v1.0.1

The Cartography Tool brings together high level support for the EIRA as a plug-in for the popular ArchiMate® modelling tool Archi®. It includes both editing features, to model solutions using the EIRA, and querying features to query an EIRA-based Cartography of solutions. Version 1.0.0 of the CarTool marks its first release following successful pilot use and demonstrations to Member State representatives and European Commission officials.

 

Release details

 
This release consists of the following release components:

 

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Metadata

Type: Interoperability Solution
Solution category:
Framework
Solution type:
Legal View, Organisational View, Semantic View, Technical Vew
Date of creation:
28 Sep 2016 - 15:10
Date of last modification:
14 Nov 2016 - 15:33