17 May 2018 / 15:00 - 16:30 (CET)
This Webinar is targeted to suppliers in the context of the European Product Registry for Energy Labelling (EPREL) project and aims to provide information about CEF eDelivery specifications and the CEF eDelivery Service Offering.
Participants to this Webinar will learn about:
- The eDelivery AS4 profile specifications
- The CEF eDelivery Service Offering and understand how you can use the building block to reduce costs and time
- Domibus - the European Commission open source sample implementation based on the AS4 profile that can be used to get familiar with the technical specifications in a test environment or can work as a solution in a production environment
- Ask specific technical questions to experts in the field.
The agenda is as follows:
Introduction to CEF eDelivery
|Joao Rodrigues Frade|
AS4 Technical Specifications
|Pim van der Eijk|
CEF eDelivery Service Offering
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About the presenters:
Joao Rodrigues Frade is an experienced Enterprise Architect in the European Commission, specialising in large complex projects. He is currently heading the CEF Building Blocks sector in DIGIT which includes CEF eDelivery.
Adrien Ferial is the leader of the technical office of CEF eDelivery which is responsible for the evolutive maintenance of the sample implementations. He joined DIGIT in 2014 as a technical expert and has more than 10 years of experience in IT. Through his professional experience, he participated to multiple projects in software development and system analyses, including managing and implementing large, scalable, distributed systems.
Pim van der Eijk is an architect and expert on data exchange standards and technologies. He is co-editor of several standards and technical specifications, including the OASIS AS4 specification. As a consultant for the European Commission and other organisations, he helps maintain and extend the AS4 usage profiles of CEF eDelivery and other European cross-border data exchange initiatives. Pim also serves as the OASIS Senior Advisor on Standards.
Ines Costa is working as a Stakeholder Management Officer in DIGIT on CEF Digital. Prior to joining DIGIT, Ines worked in the cultural heritage sector. She has a background in communication and cultural management.
About CEF eDelivery:
The CEF eDelivery building block helps public administrations and businesses (and indirectly citizens) to participate in eDelivery Messaging Infrastructures which facilitate organisation-to-organisation messaging by enabling their systems to interact with each other in a secure, reliable and trusted way. The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Digital Programme, is currently promoting the adoption of common standards in the eDelivery Messaging Infrastructures in different policy domains (Business Registers, eJustice, eProcurement, etc.).
CEF eDelivery promotes the use of existing technical specifications and standards rather than trying to define new ones. Organisations adopting these technical specifications are free to select any software that conforms to them. In short, there are three alternative scenarios for Public Authorities and Business interested in deploying a CEF eDelivery Access Point. They can buy, build or reuse one.
About the CEF building blocks:
The CEF building blocks provide basic services which can be reused to enable more complex digital public services offered to citizens, businesses and public administration. They provide reusable tools and services helping to underpin the Digital Single Market, that aims to remove digital regulatory barriers, contributing as much as EUR 415 billion per year to the European economy. The CEF Digital Portal is the home of the CEF building blocks (eDelivery, eID, eInvoicing, eSignature and eTranslation). It is the one-stop-shop for information about the building blocks. The portal provides access to tools, services and software that can be used in any European project to facilitate the delivery of digital public services across borders.