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Banking Industry Architecture Network BIAN How-to Guide Applying the BIAN Standard BIAN How-to Guide Applying the BIAN Standard V6.0 Organization Authors Role Name Company BIAN Architect Guy Rackham BIAN Status Status Date Actor Comment / Reference DRAFT January 2018 Guy Rackham Restructure, Figures Approved Architectural Committee Version No Comment / Reference Date 6.0 First edited version January 2018 © 2018 BIAN e.V. | P.O. Box 16 02 55 | 60065 Frankfurt am Main | Germany Page 3 of 85 BIAN How-to Guide Applying the BIAN Standard V6.0 Copyright © Copyright 2018 by BIAN Association. All rights reserved. THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED "AS IS," AND THE ASSOCIATION AND ITS MEMBERS, MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, NONINFRINGEMENT, OR TITLE; THAT THE CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT ARE SUITABLE FOR ANY PURPOSE; OR THAT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SUCH CONTENTS WILL NOT INFRINGE ANY PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, TRADEMARKS OR OTHER RIGHTS. NEITHER THE ASSOCIATION NOR ITS MEMBERS WILL BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO ANY USE OR DISTRIBUTION OF THIS DOCUMENT UNLESS SUCH DAMAGES ARE CAUSED BY WILFUL MISCONDUCT OR GROSS NEGLIGENCE. THE FOREGOING DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATION ON LIABILITY DO NOT APPLY TO, INVALIDATE, OR LIMIT REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES MADE BY THE MEMBERS TO THE ASSOCIATION AND OTHER MEMBERS IN CERTAIN WRITTEN POLICIES OF THE ASSOCIATION. Page 4 of 85 © 2018 BIAN e.V. | P.O. Box 16 02 55 | 60065 Frankfurt am Main | Germany BIAN How-to Guide Applying the BIAN Standard V6.0 Table of Contents 1 BIAN How-to Guide – Applying the BIAN Standard ................................................... 7 1.1 Document Introduction.............................................................................................. 7 1.2 BIAN How-to Guide – Applying the BIAN Standard .................................................. 7 2 Using BIAN Specifications as a high-level Implementation Design ........................11 2.1 Service Oriented Architectures & the Benefits of ‘Externalization’ ............................12 2.2 Business to Technical Architecture – Mapping Service Domains .............................16 2.3 Service Domain Clusters .........................................................................................21 2.4 Mapping Implementation Level Functionality to a Service Domain ..........................23 2.4.1 Extending the functional definition of the Service Domain ...............................25 2.4.2 Mapping service operations to messages........................................................26 2.4.3 Semantic APIs.................................................................................................30 2.5 Applying BIAN in different technical architectures ....................................................30 2.5.1 Type 1 - Conventional (legacy/core) system rationalization .............................31 2.5.2 Type 2 - Host renewal/ESB integration and application/system assembly .......34 2.5.3 Type 3 - Loose coupled distributed/cloud systems ..........................................39 2.6 Specifying Point Solution Requirements – Accelerator Packs ..................................44 2.6.1 Business Case Development ..........................................................................45 2.6.2 Select and Amend Business Scenario(s).........................................................46 2.6.3 Develop a Wireframe model ............................................................................47 2.6.4 Define the Implementation Requirements........................................................48 2.6.5 Map and Assess Existing Systems/Candidate Packages ................................50 2.6.6 Customization/Development............................................................................53 2.6.7 Migration Planning ..........................................................................................53 3 Assembling a Representative Enterprise Blueprint ..................................................70 3.1 Select Service Domains that Match the Enterprise Activity ......................................72 3.2 Adapt the General BIAN Specifications as

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