This recent Alpha Project set out to describe a set of common requirements to support the provision, exchange and consumption of Events.
The primary deliverable from the work was a generalised and repeatable toolkit comprising of both Rules of Engagement and a Technical Specification. This toolkit is referred to as the Ecosystem Toolkit.
In this webinar Ben Helps, Alpha Project Co-ordinator & author of the whitepaper, will explain why:
- Why the Ecosystem Toolkit can be seen as setting out an architectural style that can be used to implement a Trust Framework
- Why the Ecosystem Toolkit constrains some design decisions in order to elicit a number of beneficial qualities, but does not impose specific implementation choices.
- How the ideas contained within the Ecosystem Toolkit aim to connect expertise, remove barriers to collective action that prevent the emergence of collaborative ecosystems
- How the toolkit aims to reduce the incremental effort required either to set up a new ecosystem or to extend an existing one,
- How the toolkit will allow for a greater level of interoperability between ecosystems.
We envisage a future state in which the Ecosystem Toolkit helps significantly more collaborative ecosystems to emerge – and thereby create value.
We look forward to sharing the above with you at this next OIX webinar on Weds 27th January at 3pm (UK).
Please book your place via the Eventbrite link above.