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A Solution Architecture Template (SAT) is a specification extending the
The purpose of this SAT is to provide guidance by defining minimal, but holistic (legal, organisational, semantic and technical) interoperability architecture to implement a eID cross border authenticated service. The eID SAT should allow businesses and public administrations to have a common understanding of the most-salient building blocks from the perspective of interoperability.
The benefits of this SAT are the following:
- Provides architects with a common approach to cope with a specific interoperability challenge. It also places the focus on the key-points you need to consider.
- An architect can create a solution architecture by mapping existing Solution Building Blocks (SBBs) to an SAT, based on the interoperability specifications that are provided. This is done by providing SBBs for the ABBs identified in the SAT.
- When an architect creates a SAT, he/she can define the interoperability specifications for the SAT’s ABBs and moreover recommend specific SBBs which produces faster and more interoperable results.
- A SAT can be created within and across the different views of the EIRA. A SAT can then support architects specialised in different interoperability levels."