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NATO NNEC Core Enterprise Services. December 2009 J. Busch, CAT 7, NC3A. NATO/EAPC UNCLASSIFIED. NNEC: Background - Aims. Background November 2002, NATO C3 Board (NC3B) recognized need to adapt concepts such as the U.S. NCW and U.K. NEC to the NATO context

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nato nnec core enterprise services

NATONNEC Core Enterprise Services

December 2009

J. Busch, CAT 7, NC3A

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nnec background aims
NNEC: Background - Aims
  • Background
    • November 2002, NATO C3 Board (NC3B) recognized need to adapt concepts such as the U.S. NCW and U.K. NEC to the NATO context
    • NATO transformational concept called NATO Network Enabled Capability (NNEC)
    • Eighteen month, multi-nationally funded, NNEC Feasibility Study, commissioned in January 2004
  • Develop a Strategy and Roadmap for realization of a Networking and Information Infrastructure (NII)
    • To ‘enable’ required C2ISR capabilities and to support the broader needs of the Alliance.
    • Involves networking of national funded, NATO common funded and multi-national funded capabilities

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nnec capability areas
NNEC Capability Areas

This is the framework NNEC Capability Areas model, which is being used as the basis for planning NNEC elements. It identifies 6 ‘categories’ of services, as shown below.

Users & Missions

Information Assurance

Service Management Control

Community of Interest

InformationIntegration

Communications

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scope of the nii
Scope of the NII

The four ‘enabling’ pillars of Comms, IIS, IA and SM&C comprise what the NNEC Feasibility Study called the Networking and Information Infrastructure (NII)

Users & Missions

Information Assurance

Service Management Control

Community of Interest

InformationIntegration

Communications

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today s focus iis
Today’s Focus: IIS

Information and Integration Services (IIS) is the focus of CAT7, as it includes “Core Enterprise Services” and other IS-related enabling (core) technology

Users & Missions

Information Assurance

Service Management Control

Community of Interest

InformationIntegration

Communications

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Information and Integration Services

IIS can be further decomposed into two main sub-categories: Core Enterprise Services and Infrastructure Services

Information and Integration Services

Infrastructure Services

Core Enterprise Services

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Information and Integration Services

The “Core Enterprise Services” are the foundational Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) elements which underpin the NNEC User/Functional/COI services: service discovery, SOA messaging, composition (orchestration), and so on. They are the NATO equivalent of the U.S. Net Centric Enterprise Services.

Information and Integration Services

Infrastructure Services

Core Enterprise Services

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Information and Integration Services

Information and Integration Services

Infrastructure Services

Core Enterprise Services

The “Infrastructure Services” are the other “core services” in the IT sense: processing and storage grids, virtualization, print services, etc.

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today s nnec core enterprise services ces working group sc 5 perspective

The Core Enterprise Services Working Group (CESWG) was set up as a task group in 2007 under the NC3B ISSC (aka SC/5) to examine the NATO CES “today” – starting from the NNEC FS definitions – and come up with a new collection (and definitions) appropriate for the current NNEC thought processes.

Today’s NNEC Core Enterprise Services:…CES Working Group (SC/5) Perspective

Users & Missions

Information Assurance

Service Management Control

Community of Interest

InformationIntegration

Communications

implementing soa
Implementing SOA

Service Producer

Service Consumer

Data and applications available for use accessible via services. Metadata added to services based on producer’s format.

Automated search of data services using metadata. Pulls data of interest. Based on producer registered format and definitions, translates into needed structure.

  • Describes content using metadata
  • Posts metadata in catalogs for discovery
  • Exposes data and applications as services

Messaging

Services

Data

Services

Service Enabled Infrastructure

Security

Services

Monitoring

Services

Registry

Services

Transformation

Services

This “Service Enabled Infrastructure” is part of what is provided by the NII. This aspect is collectively called the “Core Enterprise Services”, and it’s what facilitates the enterprise SOA environment.

Request/Invoke

  • Searches metadata catalogs to find data services
  • Analyzes metadata search results found
  • Pulls selected data based on metadata understanding

Publish

Discover

core enterprise services provide
Core Enterprise Services provide…
  • …fundamental support to service-based frameworks both in the form of infrastructure and enabler services
  • …a single set of reusable technical, generic (independent of business processes) enabling or foundation “minimum required” services
  • …an environment for “higher level” services (COI, Common COI, User and Operational) to be integrated, distributed, and accessed across organizational, geographical, and technical platform boundaries
  • …facilitated interoperability by ensuring a common core baseline – ideally in conjunction with Nations to provide a federated CES solution

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the ces framework
The CES Framework
  • Published by the NC3B SC/5 CESWG in Spring 2009
    • Approved by NC3B June 2009
  • Defines what CES are, and how they fit into NNEC
  • Describes the NNEC Core Enterprise Services
    • The “what” of CES
    • Coordination with
    • CESWG (NC3B SC/5) and NC3A CAT 7
    • NOSWG (NC3B SC/1) via NC3A CAT 1
    • DMSWG and XMLSWG (NC3B SC/5)
    • SMI ADWG (NC3B SC/4)
  • Future documents will describe the “how”
    • Service Description Framework
    • IIS RA
    • Via coordination with other experts

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nnec core enterprise services

The CES Framework – published in 2009 by SC/5 and approved by the NC3B – decomposed the Core Enterprise Services (CES) into 12+2 services. These were initially defined in the NNEC Feasibility Study (2005) but have been significantly refined since then.

NNEC Core Enterprise Services

COI-Specific Services

Information Assurance

SM&C

Common COI Services

Information and Integration Services (Core Enterprise Services)

Discovery

Repository

Mediation

Enterprise Directory Services

Service Discovery Services

Composition Services

Metadata Registry Services

Translation Services

Information Discovery Services

Information Assurance Services

Service Management Services

Interaction

Infrastructure

Messaging Services

Application Services

Transaction Services

Storage Services

Publish/ Subscribe Services

Collaboration Services

Network/Transport Services

ces contributing to nnec maturity
CES Contributing to NNEC Maturity

NNEC Maturity Levels

Core Enterprise Services

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nnec core enterprise services1

The expectation is that the Core Enterprise Services will be delivered in iterations, or Spirals. The initial implementation – what we have nicknamed Spiral 0 – is basic SOA functionality provided by e.g. a lightweight Enterprise Service Bus (ESB).

On behalf of ACT, NC3A are working to identify a useful Spiral 0 capability by end 2009/early 2010. (Simultaneously, Spiral 0 may be deployed to ISAF through a C2 Interoperability Bus CUR.)

NNEC Core Enterprise Services

COI-Specific Services

Information Assurance

SM&C

Common COI Services

Information and Integration Services (Core Enterprise Services)

Translation Services

Service Management Services

Messaging Services

Publish/ Subscribe Services

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Network/Transport Services

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Spiral 1 will be the first iteration of the CES acquired through the formal NATO acquisition process (NSIP) – possibly via CP150. Spiral 1 will build upon Spiral 0, and will focus on a subset of the full roster of CES providing a Baseline SOA Infrastructure.

NNEC Core Enterprise Services

COI-Specific Services

Information Assurance

SM&C

Common COI Services

Information and Integration Services (Core Enterprise Services)

Enterprise Directory Services

Service Discovery Services

Metadata Registry Services

Translation Services

Information Assurance Services

Service Management Services

Messaging Services

Transaction Services

Publish/ Subscribe Services

Collaboration Services

Network/Transport Services

nnec core enterprise services3

Spiral 2 will include the full set of defined CES, along with incremental improvements to the Spiral 1 iteration, providing the full coherent SOA infrastructure.

NNEC Core Enterprise Services

COI-Specific Services

Information Assurance

SM&C

Common COI Services

Information and Integration Services (Core Enterprise Services)

Enterprise Directory Services

Service Discovery Services

Composition Services

Metadata Registry Services

Translation Services

Information Discovery Services

Information Assurance Services

Service Management Services

Messaging Services

Application Services

Transaction Services

Storage Services

Publish/ Subscribe Services

Collaboration Services

Network/Transport Services

nnec ces next steps
NNEC CES Next Steps
  • Development of Detailed Specifications (“how”, not just “what”)
    • NNEC SOA Implementation Plan
    • IIS Reference Architecture
    • CESWG Service Description Framework
  • Validation with Nations
    • Shared Specification
    • Cross-domain interoperability testing
  • ISAF CUR CIS 355?

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contacting nc3a
CONTACTING NC3A

NC3A Brussels

Visiting address:

Bâtiment ZAvenue du Bourget 140B-1110 BrusselsTelephone +32 (0)2 7074111Fax +32 (0)2 7078770

Postal address:NATO C3 AgencyBoulevard Leopold IIIB-1110 Brussels - Belgium

NC3A The Hague

Visiting address:

Oude Waalsdorperweg 612597 AK The HagueTelephone +31 (0)70 3743000Fax +31 (0)70 3743239

Postal address:NATO C3 AgencyP.O. Box 1742501 CD The HagueThe Netherlands

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