The Ozone platform

Open banking ‘in a box’

The Ozone API includes all of the required components to deliver your open banking API platform.

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Developer Portal

API specifications, documentation, FAQs, sample code and access to the Ozone Sandbox (an exact replica of the API with a fully transactional dataset, which can be accessed via test certificates, and which meets all PSD2 requirements for a testing facility).
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TPP Management

Comes with integrations to the market directory services (e.g. OBIE Directory) and provides full support for easy TPP onboarding via Dynamic Client Registration using software statements and real-time validation of each TPPs eIDAS certificate.
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Customer Management

Consent management API which supports consent authorisation and revocation, as well as API to support access dashboards (if required).
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Admin Interface

Configuration of system parameters, reporting and automated alerts for all API and infrastructure usage, including reports which meet both regulatory and commercial reporting requirements.
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Token Management

Fully compliant with (and certified to) the OpenID Foundation’s FAPI and CIBA profiles, covering both redirect and decoupled flows, with full support for access and refresh tokens.

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API Gateway

Meets all requirements for a PSD2 dedicated interface, including full support for all mandatory and optional AIS, PIS and CBPII request/response use cases and data models in the OBIE standard. Can easily be extended to cover any other published or bespoke API standard.

Flexible deployment options

The Ozone API can be deployed in a number of models to meet the needs of different banks and financial institutions, all designed to make implementation faster, cheaper, highly performant and scalable.

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Ozone Hub

The lowest cost, turnkey approach utilising a multi tenant hosting environment.

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Managed Service

As a fully managed Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) AWS environment dedicated to each client.
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Self Hosted

Ozone provides software and implementation support but the client hosts in their own private cloud or on-premise environment.