Making IDS work
Data spaces need certain services and functions, built into and around them, in order to enable trusted, sovereign data exchange among certified, co-equal partners. Planning and developing these is a key element of IDSA’s strategy.
The IDSA has defined some key services
The “surround” of services around IDS includes such obvious needs as having the ability to certify participants and components.
Authority that is in charge of the certification to make sure that only compliant organizations are granted access to the trusted business ecosystem
Participant information service
Outlets providing data apps that can be deployed in IDS Connectors to execute tasks like transformation, aggregation or analytics on the data. Provided by IDSA members, certified under IDS standards.
The way forward
It will be up to the market to develop and create business structures for a number of these roles. The IDSA is a non-profit association whose task is to define requirements and standards; and foster data ecosystems based on IDS.
We are actively engaged with our members in the process of planning and developing our strategy for how these roles will be fulfilled.
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