XL&Knowledge has already implemented a large number of wikis, where the focus has been on supporting knowledge management of enterprise architecture. In this framework, several generic and organization-specific architectures have been translated into a structured and semantically rich form. For example, we realized wiki's commissioned by ICTU the Ministry of Education, the municipality of Venlo, the municipality of Almelo, Kennisnet, Sambo-ICT, Logius, Association of Provincial Authorities (IPO) and the Water Control Authority. Some of these wikis are also publicly accessible. In addition, XL&Knowledge published the GEMMA (Reference Architecture for municipalities) and ArchiXL IT reference architecture

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ArchiXL IT reference architecture The ArchiXL IT reference architecture is a reference architecture that can be used in the preparation of specific architectures for organizations. The architecture is prepared on the basis of knowledge and experience of consultants ArchiXL, and will be adjusted based on new insights. The architecture describes the structure of information on different layers, with emphasis on the generic construction that is applicable to any organization. ArchiXL it referentiearchitectuur.png
EAR Online This wiki is designed to support the development and promotion of the Architecture of the central government. The National Architecture provides a comprehensive reference architecture for the central government. It is a guidance for anyone who wants to take steps to improve co-operation between and within parts of the National Office from concern viewpoint. ICTU.png
GEMMA Online The GEneral Municipal Model Architecture GEMMA (GEMeentelijke Model Architectuur in Dutch) is a comprehensive set of architectures and standards to help Dutch municipalities realize their e-government ambitions. For, by, and with Municipalities, GEMMA is developed and maintained by KING, the Quality Institute for Dutch Municipalities. Next to improving municipal e-service delivery, it also helps municipalities to understand and structure national e-government initiatives.
  • By using readily available standards for their e-service provisioning, municipalities can free resources for important core-activities.
  • Due to the publicly available architectures and standards, interoperability is increased on all levels;
  • GEMMA standards help municipalities improve their service delivery to citizens and businesses.
  • GEMMA helps in clearing entry-barriers to the municipal software market.
  • Software Suppliers more and more realize the importance of implementing standards in their products.
Municipality of Venlo - Venlo Enterprise- and Reference architecture (VERA) VERA stands for Venlo Enterprise and Reference Architecture, in which information policy and achitecture meet. To ensure the quality of information and the employed ICT, there's a concern-wide co-operation on a municipality-wide business, information and technical architecture. This wiki is not publicly accessible VERA.png
Ministry of Education, Culture and Science - Referentie Onderwijs Sector Architectuur (ROSA) The ROSA wiki aims to support organizations that exchange information either within the field of education or with the education domain. The education domain includes the sectors of education (primary, secondary, adult, and higher education) and the organizations that fall under the responsibility of ministry (core department, DUO, CPU and Inspection. This wiki is publicly accessible. ROSA.png
NORA Online NORA was adopted by Parliament in 2009 as a standard for the Dutch government. NORA provides principles, definitions and models for the design and structure of information from the government, and the services provided to citizens and businesses. It is a tool that can be used by architects, project leaders, and managers to improve the service and the ability to co-operate in their organization. This wiki supports the use, management, and development of NORA. NORA.png
Triple A encyclopedia Professional education is changing, and the demand for flexible, affordable, and well-organized education is growing. Therefore, current ICT systems do not always meet current expectations. If ICT systems are to be replaced, the question is what will be the requirements for new systems? Triple A will provide an answer to this question.

Therefore, a network of ROCs and AOCs is working on a shared vision of educational reform. Based on the processes within an educational institution, this vision was developed in a process model. The consequences for supporting systems are described in the functional design and architecture of Triple A. The vision, architecture as well as the functional design are combined in the Triple A encyclopedia.

This wiki is developed by a consortium lead by WikiXL. Netwinst developed a special frontend, which retrieves the content from the wiki backend. This was specially designed in collaboration with Bitman



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