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Telecom MS. OASIS Telecom Adopting SOA for Telecom Workshop. Telecom MS. OASIS Telecom Member Section (OASIS Telecom). Abbie Barbir, Ph.D. Co-chair OASIS Telecom MS [email protected] Nortel Senior Advisor Communication Enabled Applications . OASIS Telecom Member Section (Telecom MS).

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Telecom MS

OASIS Telecom Adopting SOA for Telecom Workshop


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Telecom MS

OASIS Telecom Member Section(OASIS Telecom)

Abbie Barbir, Ph.D.

Co-chair OASIS Telecom MS

[email protected]

Nortel Senior Advisor

Communication Enabled Applications


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OASIS Telecom Member Section (Telecom MS)

  • Established March 1, 2008; Still in early organizational phase

  • Chartered with a clear focus on telecoms services in SOA

  • Flexibility to create Technical Committees as needed to focus on specific topics

  • Major SOA-focused companies are founders

  • OASIS members can freely join the Member Section with no additional allocation of fees

  • Current steering committee consists of members from

  • Orit Levin, Microsoft

  • Stephane Maes, Ph.D., Oracle - Co-chair

  • Tony Nadalin, IBM

  • Abbie Barbir, Ph.D., Nortel - Co-chair

  • Michael Brenner, Alcatel-Lucent

  • Enrico Ronco, Telecom Italia

  • Takashi Egawa, NEC


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Telecom MS Objectives

  • Attract vendors; Telecom and IT providers, developers as well as practitioners and researchers in a wide range of topics concerned with SOA paradigm in the Telecom domain

  • Promote the use of SOA in Telecom

    • Understanding current Gaps and limitations  Gather Requirements

  • Focus on resolving specific telecommunications related issues within the SOA framework on a service such as:

    • Security, Raw performance, Service availability, Service Level Agreement (SLA)

    • Support for incorporating service behavioral properties

    • Support availability and reliability for mission-critical composed services

    • Service management of mission critical composed services


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Why OASIS Telecom MS

  • Many existing SOA and Web Services standards do not address specific needs of telecoms operators/vendors

    • One example is the orchestration of network components

  • Several Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) are applying SOA and Web Services to the telecoms sector, but since each SDO has its own approach, this is leading to fragmentation of standards

  • A “Member Section” in OASIS gives a clear focus on telecoms services in a SOA framework; flexibility to create tightly-focused Technical Committees as needed

  • Aims to complement other SDO; No duplication of work

Telecom MS provides a unique opportunity to become a member of an active community whose goal is to apply SOA principles to the telecom domain


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Example of Open Issues (1)SOA Telecom Service Composition

  • Composition allows

    • Exposition of capabilities or enablers

    • Enable other services to consume those capabilities

    • Dynamically combining the key service enablers such as presence, billing, management etc..

    • Works with aggregation, federation and management of orchestrated services

Sharing user data across Service Platforms is essential for creating Composite Services


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BPEL interactions with other WS*

Semantic such as Failure Mode

Asynchronous interactions

Component Service

(Enablers)

Composed

Service

SOA Bus

SOA Management

REGISTRY

WSLA

IdM

Network IdM across all layers

Policy Decision and Management

Example of Open Issues (2)


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Telecom Member Section

http://www.oasis-telecom.org/

Steering Committe

http://www.oasis-telecom.org/steering-committee

Current Members

IBM, Orcale, Primeton, Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, BTplc, CA, Microsoft Corporation, NEC Corporation, Nortel, Progress Software, Verisign, Mitre Corporation, OOS Nokalva, Siemens AG, Telecom Italia S.p.a.

Information including how to become a member

Dee Schur [email protected]

Useful links


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Michael Giordano (Avaya)

Abbie Barbir (Nortel)

Hanane Becha (Nortel)

Tony Nadaline (IBM)

Stephane Maes (Oracle)

Sune Jakobsson (Telenor)

Rakesh Radhakrishnan (Sun Microsystems)

Ian Jones (BT)

And Many Many thanks to all the OASIS Staff and our host CA and Wrokshop Sponsors

Program Committee


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Providers Perspectives on SOA in Telecom

  • Opening Keynote

  • Keynote Speaker:

  • Dave Elemendorf, Director for 21 CN Voice and Multimedia Services Platform, BT

  • Dave is the Director for 21CN Voice and Multimedia Services Platform at BT. He has been working at BT for 3 years leading programs for service innovation on 21CN. Previously he worked at Qwest and US West as the Vice President for IT delivering systems for Network Operations, Lead to Cash, and 271 Compliance. Dave Started his career at Bell Laboratories and worked a number of years in Data and Voice Switching development.


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