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1 CLS Gateway Elimination project SWIFT Operations Forum - EMEA Damien Vanderveken November 2013 Amsterdam

2 Session objectives Objective of today is to share updated information on –the new connectivity solution and its associated recovery –the SWIFT time line –an update on items raised by the CLS members –support related aspects of the new solution 2 CLS Gateway Elimination Project – 28 November 2013

3 3 Agenda SWIFT Connectivity solution SWIFT time line Items raised by members Support of new solution

4 STP channels for ISO20022 messages 3 Footprint options 4 CLS Gateway Elimination Project – 28 November 2013 IA SnF Messaging Software Communication Software (SNL - SAG) Back - Office Classical: leverages current Messaging software SAG / SNL licence for low volume users Bespoke: CBT specification available to high volume users upon request Classical & bespoke options Communication Software (SNL - SAG) Back - Office SNL upgrade required to: –Access the new MI channel –Introduce new resiliency solution (stateless footprint and replay function) –Provide direct connection to back-office via WebSphere MQ. Solution designed for high volume users available to all CLS members New MI channel option SWIFT 4 CLS_STAR_member road shows_final_New York Sep_2013

5 MI channel – Solution overview 5 SWIFTNet Store-and-Forward HSMs CLS member Back-Office application Alliance Gateway MQ client MI Channel component MI Channel WebSphere MQ queue manager Emission Q(s) Transmit Q(s) Notification Q Reception Q(s) NR Q(s) Notification Q Error Q Used for emission Used for reception Q1 Q2 CLS SnF Qs Member SnF Qs Q1 Q2 Q3 Direct connection to back-office applications over MQ series New component in charge of MQ client connection & support for MI Channel, fully integrated in SNL & SAG MI Channel FIFO ordering guaranteed. High throughput thanks to batching, compression and new transport protocol Operational efficiency and added resiliency (replay) thanks to Store-and- Forward

6 MI Channel - recovery with replay CLS Gateway Elimination Project – 28 November SWIFTNet Store-and-Forward Alliance Gateway WebSphere MQ queue manager HSMs Back-Office application MI Channel component Alliance Gateway WebSphere MQ queue manager HSMs Data Centre 1 Data Centre 2 Asynchronous replication Active Standby Back-Office application MI Channel component No replication done at the MQ level. Different MQ queues are used by the two Alliance Gateways Emission side: Back office application must resend all messages already sent for which no notification was received with a PDE Emission side: Back office application must resend all messages already sent for which no notification was received with a PDE Reception side: Back Office must identify either the starting point for replay or the last OSN received and associated reception time. MI Channel component must then be started in recovery mode with the above parameters to trigger the message replay. Reception side: Back Office must identify either the starting point for replay or the last OSN received and associated reception time. MI Channel component must then be started in recovery mode with the above parameters to trigger the message replay. Normal message reception resumes automatically once replay is completed. Back Office application to use MQ queues associated with secondary Gateway

7 CLS Gateway Elimination Project – 28 November Agenda SWIFT Connectivity solution SWIFT time line Issues raised by members Support of new solution

8 JulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMar SWIFT timeline 2013 – 2014 overview Q313Q413Q114Q214Q314Q414Q115 Pilot CLS Community – patches patches required for MI Channel (production usage) SNL / SAG /SAG Admin GUI Release date: 25 April 2014 OS: AIX, Windows, Solaris and Linux Pilot MI Channel Interface specs Release date: 21 June 2013 First version covering main message flow excluding replay and LAU Release date: 27 September 2013 Second version adding specifications for replay and LAU MI Channel Interface specs Release date: December 2013 Third version including feedback received from CLS vendors and members SNL / SAG GD Release date: Dec TBC scope: Cumulative (inc ) Yearly maintenatnce patch containing functional enhancements and fixes CLS eForms Release date: February 2013 Scope: Subscription to the CLS messaging services (Browse and SnF) for JAS and production Subscription to MI channel CLS Community – patches required for MI Channel (pilot phase) SAG Release date: 24 January 2014 OS: AIX, Windows, Solaris and Linux SNL/SAG Admin GUI Release date: 20 February 2014 OS: AIX and Windows

9 CLS Gateway Elimination Project – 28 November Agenda SWIFT Connectivity solution SWIFT time line Items raised by members Support of new solution

10 MI channel – resiliency enhancement 10 SWIFTNet Store-and-Forward HSMs CLS Back-Office application Alliance Gateway MQ client MI Channel component MI Channel WebSphere MQ queue manager Emission Q(s) Transmit Q(s) Notification Q Reception Q(s) NR Q(s) Notification Q Error Q Used for emission Used for reception Q1 Q2 CLS SnF Qs Member SnF Qs Q1 Q2 Q3 MI Channel HSMs Alliance Gateway MQ client MI Channel component MI Channel Active Hot Standby Objective -Automate failover process to eliminate manual interventions and associated downtime -Preserve message sequencing per queue to ensure business logic is preserved. Objective -Automate failover process to eliminate manual interventions and associated downtime -Preserve message sequencing per queue to ensure business logic is preserved. Hot Standby MI Channel Component will automatically acquire the MQ queues used for emission and the SnF queues upon failure of the Active host

11 CLS Browse service - User Authentication Single Sign On enhancing user experience when accessing CLS Browse service Support for Personal token certificates - Offers 2 factor authentication - Single token sufficient to connect via multiple data centres Support for HSM certificates - Multiple certificates per user may be required to connect via multiple data centres - Identity federation to link different credentials to same identity - HSM usability evolution looking at simplifying operational management Strong assurance on personal identity - Individual users require personal certificates, sharing is not supported Virtual SWIFTNet user can be used when the certificate is linked to a single virtual user (provides operational benefits without removing certificate accountability) CLS Gateway Elimination Project – 28 November

12 CLS Gateway Elimination Project – 28 November Agenda SWIFT Connectivity solution SWIFT time line Items raised by members Support of new solution

13 New CLS connectivity solution – When to call SWIFT? Clearer demarcation between CLS support and SWIFT support New CLS connectivity over Store-and- Forward messaging SWIFT operations will be a lot simpler Call SWIFT support for any issues related to connectivity! 13 CLS Gateway Elimination Project – 28 November 2013

14 Q&A 14CLS Gateway Elimination Project – 28 November 2013

15 15 Thank you


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