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Report
ESS.VIP
programme
architecture
Eurostat
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Eurostat
Context : Production of European Statistics
• European statistical system : a complex system with
many production lines (NGOs and Eurostat)
• Long tradition of output harmonisation (legal
framework)
• Tradition of cooperative developments (ESSnets)
• ICT changes and IT rationalisation in many
organisations
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Drivers
Burden
reduction
Efficiency
gains – Cost
reduction
Increasing
demand and
more complex
phenomena
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Alternative
sources and data
deluge
ESS.VIP programme
• Transformation programme for the modernisation
of the production systems in the European
Statistical System (ESS) through:
• moving towards more common solutions and
shared services and environment
• realising economies of scale, efficiency gains and
sharing costs
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Infrastructure transformation
• Improve communication/network among ESS
partners
• Provide common information repositories
• Foster process interoperabilty
• Foster process agility and reuse of components
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ESS.VIP Programme components
Frameworks
and administrative
mechanisms
Projects in
statistical domains
Technical cross-cutting
projects
ADMIN
Information models
and standards
Communication
NAPS
Network for information
exchange
Governance
PRIX
Data warehouses
Human resources
ESBRs
Shared services
Sharing costs
Financial resources
SIMSTAT
Legal framework
ICT
Programme
management
Common data
validation policy
Eurostat
ESTAT
Business
case
Business
projects
Business
registers
Cross
cutting
projects
Capabiliti
es
Internal trade
Network
Communication
Data warehouse
– HUB
Common
repositories
Information
models and
metada
repositories
Process
interoperability
Shared services
Process agility
ESS.VIP
Reuse data
Price collections
Administrative
sources
ICT stats
Dissemination
Process
efficiency
Data Validation
NA processing
Eurostat
Main dependencies
Network
DW
ADMIN
NAPS
PRIX
ICT
ESBRs
SIMSTAT
CDVP
Eurostat
SERV
Info Model
Eurostat
AHC: PGM
Coordinator
ESS
Programme ownership
and decision making
DG
ESSC
Elaboration of the programme
and co-ordination
PG
Estat Managament Board
CG
ESS.VIP Programme
Supporting
group
DIME
Task Force
ESS.VIP
Programme
Coordination
ITDG
ESS.VIP1
ESS.VIP1
ESS.VIP2
ESS.VIP2
ESS.VIPn
ESS.VIPn
………
PMO
BSDG
DSS
DMES
DIMESA
Other DG
EA
Standard
Legal
Financial
HR
RDG
ESS.VIP decision principles
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Alignment with ESS Vision
Business outcome driven
Generic development
Programme efficiency
Programme coherence and impact
management
6. Derogation possible if migration plan
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ESS.VIP business and information
principles
• Maximum reuse of existing process components and
segments.
• Meta data driven processes allowing
adaptation/parameterisation and extension to other
contexts.
• New business process built as a sequence of modular
process steps / services.
• Information objects structured according to available
information models and stored in corporate
registries/repositories in view of reuse.
• Parsimonious use of confidential data and preservation of
statistical confidentiality.
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ESS.VIP solution and technical
principles
• Alignment to business needs and efficiency principle.
• Assembling and reuse of existing generic components.
• Service orientation and reusability of solutions
components in different context (MSs or statistical
domains).
• Adherence to industry and open standards as available
(e.g. Plug & Play)
• Separation of concerns is applied (OSI/Internet layers –
abstraction layers ensuring loose coupling).
• Security incorporated in the design of all solutions
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ESS.VIP programme – challenges
Issues
Remedies
Business outcome driven strain on architectural developments
•
•
governance
technical architecture
Shortage of resources and tension on "production"
•
framework for priority
settings
Mobilisation of skills
•
•
pooling of competence
matrix allocation
Cultural change:
• corporate versus local
• dependencies
• from pure development to actual enterprise
transformation and value
•
•
•
communicating
coaching
training
Lack of full description and agreement on the "to be state" and
the supporting technical architecture
•
flexibility of programme
management
Federating heterogeneous architectures / infrastructure
•
flexible federation
models
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ESS.VIP programme – opportunities
• Skills and experience in the ESS
• Architecture patterns in MSs
• Industry standards (GSBPM, GSIM, Plug & Play)
• Corporate infrastructures at EU level
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• Thank you for your attention
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