Wednesday, April 5, 2017
10:45 AM - 12:30 PM
The Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) is developing a common, service-oriented architecture to facilitate interoperability among heterogeneous software components within a bank’s application landscape. BIAN’s approach to standardization is somewhat unusual in that it has focused as its first priority on semantic interoperability and not on defining technical, wire-level interoperability formats. BIAN plans to use FIBO, considering it to be a crucial, complimentary initiative.
• Provides a high-level overview of BIAN’s architecture
• Explains how BIAN wishes to use FIBO in the context of that architecture
• Lays out a set of requirements as to the manner in which FIBO is deployed, in order to satisfy the needs of BIAN’s user community
David S. Frankel has over 35 years of experience as a programmer, architect, and technical strategist. He is recognized as a pioneer and international authority on the subjects of model-driven systems and semantic information modeling. He is known for his ability to help articulate strategy succinctly and powerfully. His architecture work focuses on maximizing system flexibility by rigorously separating areas of concern in complex systems. He has focused special attention in recent years on breaking down barriers to integration of applications and data.