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W3C XKMS Workshop B2B Requirements. Mark Curtis, CTO RSG V0.3 19 th July 2001. Agenda. Reuters B2B Overview Dimensions of B2B Commerce XKMS Trust Requirements/Issues Recommendations. Reuters Business Operations. Not just a News Agency Information Company Financial Markets

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w3c xkms workshop b2b requirements

W3C XKMS WorkshopB2B Requirements

Mark Curtis, CTO RSG

V0.3 19th July 2001

agenda
Agenda
  • Reuters B2B Overview
  • Dimensions of B2B Commerce
  • XKMS Trust Requirements/Issues
  • Recommendations
reuters business operations
Reuters Business Operations
  • Not just a News Agency
  • Information Company
    • Financial Markets
    • Corporate Treasurers and Bond Managers
    • Newspaper, Broadcasters, News Agencies
  • Transactions
    • Foreign Exchange Dealing
      • >50% of world spot fx transactions
      • Instinet, worlds leading agency broker

From knowing to doing

  • “Fortunately, there is a model for the future shape of B2B: the financial service industry”
    • Beyond the Exchange: The Future of B2B, Harvard Business Review Nov-Dec 2000
b2b xkms activities
B2B/XKMS Activities
  • Business Process Integration with Customers
    • Procurement, payment, service etc
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B2B/XKMS Activities
  • Business Integration with Customers
    • Procurement, payment, service etc
  • Information Supply Chain Integration
    • Digital rights/obligations management
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B2B/XKMS Activities
  • Business Process Integration with Customers
    • Procurement, payment, service etc
  • Information Supply Chain Integration
    • Digital rights/obligations management
  • Aggregation of Business Venues/Exchanges
    • Publish offers
      • Indication of interest (IOI)
      • Price vs. Value
    • Trade
      • Range of different trading models
aggregation of business venues
Aggregation of Business Venues
  • Registration
    • Portable registration attributes e.g. FSA money laundering checks
  • Common authentication framework
    • View offer in one channel, select the offer and ‘automate’ execution in another e.g. SSO
  • Internal status of trader
    • Role, responsibilities
  • External position status of trader
    • Credit allocation to particular organisation
    • Market credit position
    • Dynamic status services
  • Dispute Resolution
    • Who did what, when, and why
what does xkms give us
What does XKMS give us?
  • Low tier service
    • Certificate resolution
      • In a B2B world we know who we are dealing with-we can already resolve certs
      • Good to move to standard model
    • Higher level interface into PKI services
      • We have already developed these internally
      • Map our interfaces to those of XKMS
  • Higher tier services
    • More consumable application level trust services
    • Easier to map to business models and requirements
b2b issues
B2B Issues
  • Operability across multiple domains
    • User centric key registration service vs. application level centric key registration service
  • Interoperability between domains
    • Trust relationship
      • User defined
      • Service defined
  • Business relevant trust attributes
    • Context of business
    • Meta data for acceptance
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B2B Issues
  • Service association
    • Information may be distributed
  • Third party attribute and service association
    • Rules for association
  • Privacy
    • Conditions for disclosure of information
    • User defined
  • Administration
xkms adoption
XKMS Adoption
  • Technical Framework
    • High level interfaces
      • SDKs tend to be clunky
      • Packaging is important
    • Service integration
  • Policy Framework
    • Aligned to business verticals?
    • Privacy
  • Standards Framework
    • XKMS (XKISS,XKRSS, XTASS), SAML, XACML, MPEG21…
    • ebXML, UDDI, LDAP….
challenges
Challenges
  • Acceptance
    • Solve problems not just package them
  • Usability
    • High level interfaces
    • Configuration vs. coding
  • Interoperability
    • Relevant business context
  • Architectural consistency
    • Clearly identified boundaries and relationships between standards
recommendations
Recommendations
  • Push ahead with definition of lower tier service levels
    • Test against real ‘business driven’ scenarios
  • Outline scope and requirements for the provision of higher tier services
  • Map out relationships and interfaces to other standard activities operating in this space
    • Remove confusion, provide focus and prevent duplication
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W3C XKMS WorkshopB2B Requirements

Mark Curtis, CTO RSG

V0.2 11th July 2001

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