Use Case Linked Data as a service

Introduction

This Use Case aims at demonstrating the Open Linked Data Broker in data- and IoT-based applications in the field of energy and telecommunications. The work is based on the Ozwillo platform developed by the OASIS project (Openly Accessible Services for an Interactive Society) for the creation of public common reusable data sets through the use of defined set of applications provided to citizens and public organizations.

Objective

The OCCIware framework applied to OASIS drastically reduces the process of creating a new application and time to market, in addition to
opening the provision of OASIS data and services to all stakeholders. 

Use Case Description

 The "Linked Data as a Service" demonstrator relies on OCCIware for configuration modeling and for the development of tools and interfaces required by service providers to provide Ozwillo data on demand, in the same way that any other Cloud resource can be provided on demand. 

As illustrated in Exhibit 10, this use case demonstrates OCCIware ability to expand and implement the OCCI standard to manage the delivery and consumption of services, particularly data service, in all its dimensions (type and business specific, read and write quality of service, authorizations but also tooled configuration and governance of the whole).

The OCCIware framework applied to OASIS drastically simplifies the process and reduces the time required for creating new applications. It also enables open provision of OASIS data and services to all stakeholders.

OCCIware Linked Data as a Service Use Case
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See the Video tutorial of the LinkedData Use Case demonstrator “Energy Consumption Monitoring for Territories”

The video presents a demonstrator created for the Use Case “LinkedData as a Service”. This Use Case aims at demonstrating the Open Linked Data Broker in data- and IoT-based applications in the field of energy and telecommunications. The work is based on the Ozwillo platform developed by the OASIS project (Openly Accessible Services for an Interactive Society) for the creation of public common reusable data sets through the use of defined set of applications provided to citizens and public organizations. The video offers a tutorial explaining how to use the software components developed for the Use Case

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