Regional Australia Bank
Any Data Recipients who wish to accelerate the build and integration of their software application in order to participate in the CDR ecosystem, reducing complexity, cost and risk at the same time.
If you've got a CDR Data Recipient use case in mind and want to build your own compliant application then you'll need something to talk the technical standards.This includes taking care of Dynamic Client Registration, creating and maintaining consents and associated tokens, as well as handling intermittent errors and reacting to configuration and status changes.
You could build all that into your application and maintain it yourself, or you could plug your application into something that already does it. This is where a Data Recipient Gateway comes in.
Dr G is being used within the Australian CDR ecosystem today. It is a set of microservices that enable a Data Recipient to interact with the CDR ecosystem without needing to worry about the technical details. It's ready out of the box for containerised deployment. If you want serverless or something else, that’s OK. it's open source, and built on the 12 Factor App philosophy, so you're free to adapt it to your own needs.
What's Included and How do I use it?
Go to the GitHub public repository for an up to date list of all the components and to download the software:
Conditions of Use
Dr G is Open Source software, licensed under the MIT License. Commercial use is permitted.
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