A Digital Service Infrastructure is an architectural building block of the EIRA Technical view - infrastructure supporting the Technical interoperability layer of the European Interoperability Framework.

A Digital Service Infrastructure is a specialisation of Application Component. It is an infrastructure which enables networked services to be delivered electronically, typically over the internet, providing trans-European interoperable services of common interest for citizens, businesses and/or public authorities, and which are composed of core service platforms and generic services (Source: Regulation (EU) No 283/2014) .

The Digital Infrastructure Service ABB is salient for technical interoperability because it a central element through which interoperability is ensured and by definition, as intended in the EIRA, Digital Service Infrastructure provide trans-European interoperable services.

The latest release of the EIRA© is available on Joinup.

Source: European Interoperability Reference Architecture (EIRA version 3) (url) (with information on the 3rd release at the website of the ISA² - Interoperability solutions for public administrations, businesses and citizens).