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1 RE-STRUCTURED NC3TA STANDARDS & PROFILES FOR COALITION INTEROPERABILTIY El Wells NOSWG Chairman 18 OCT 2006

2 Outline Re-structured NC3TA − NOSWG − NC3TA Version 7 − Need for restructuring − NISP Generic NRF Profiles Profiles for coalition interoperability Conclusions

3 NOSWG Working Group 4 under ISSC Supported by: −NATO nations −Partners −NATO Agencies −ACT −Australia Singapore sponsored by UK as an observer

4 NC3TA Version 7 The Key Elements Design & Repository NCSP NCOE & Transformation to NNEC Vol. 1Vol. 2Vol. 3Vol. 4Vol. 5 Base standards & profiles Architectural models & Descriptions MANAGEMENT STANAG 5524 & ADatP 34

5 Restructuring Drivers NNEC −NATO Efforts −National Efforts −Industry Efforts NRF

6 NNEC Feasibility Study Infrastructure Implementation (I2) Index Time dependent tied to technology progress − Near Term (2008) − Mid Term (2012) − Long Term (2020)

7 Finland Development Strategy for C4ISR TECHNICAL INTEGRATION KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION APPLICATION INTEGRATION PROCESS INTEGRATION PROCESS DEVELOPMENT FUNCTIONAL GAP CAPABILITY GAP TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT PROCESS DEVELOPMENT iC4ISR NED NEW CAPABILITY

8 Gartner Approach

9 NISP 5 Volumes − Volume 1  Overview of re-structured NC3TA  Rational for new structure  Description of new structure  Request For Change Proposals − Volumes 2 through 4  Time dependent  Similar structures − Volume 5 Rationale Document

10 NISP (Continued) Contents of Volumes 2, 3,4 −Similar structure  Introduction, Reference Models, Technology Standards, Profiles, Transition, References −Different timeframes  Volume 2  Near term (legacy systems)  0 to 2 years  Volume 3  Mid term  2 to 6 years  Volume 4  Long term  6 + years

11 Volume 2 Near Term Protocol ClassFading Mandatory Emerging (Near Term) Mark Up Languages XML nd ed 2003, W3C XML 1.0 3rd ed 2004, W3C XLink , W3C Contains Mandatory, Emerging (Near Term) and Fading Standards Nations indicate use of mandatory standards by ratifying STANAG 5524 & AdatP 34 CCEB Nations commitment to standards Generic example from database

12 Generic Profiles Overarching Architecture NISP Minimum Military Requirement NRF Stocktake Report TACOMS POST 2000 Limited Interim NRF Capability Information Exchange Gateway Information Environments Interoperability Points Strategic DriversNRF Interface Profiles Current NATO Enterprise Baseline Profiles Emerging Profiles Today Emerging Emerging Enterprise Service Interoperability Points

13 Today’s Profiles Platform Centric Will be in NISP Volume 2 Based on fixed Interoperability Points & IEGs Time phased for use in current implementations Segmented into Services/Apps & Transport Profiles for Applications Layer - Directory, Messaging, Web Browsing - Transport Layer Profiles based on IPv4 Transport Interoperability Point TACOMSTACOMS TACOMSTACOMS NATBNATB NATANATA IWF Data: X.25 Voice: ISDN Data: IPv6 Voice: IPv6/SIP TRANSPORT INTERFACE PROFILE Data: IPv4 Voice: IPv4/H.323 Application INTERFACE PROFILE Interoperability Point Nation A Syste m Nation B Syste m

14 Emerging Profiles Layer 1 Vision Policy Architecture Processes Layer 2 Communication Services Layer 3 Information & Integration Services Layer 4 Functional Area Services Layer 5 Users & Missions NRF NATION A Layer 1 Vision Policy Architecture Processes Layer 2 Communication Services Layer 3 Information & Integration Services Layer 4 Functional Area Services Layer 5 Users & Missions NRF NATION B Layer 1 Vision Policy Architecture Processes Layer 2 Communication Services Layer 3 Information & Integration Services Layer 4 Functional Area Services Layer 5 Users & Missions NRF LAND IPV6, TCP, UDP, FIBER OPTIC, ETHERNET, WEB BROWSING, MESSAGING, DISCOVERY, COLLABORATION Service Interoperability Point Service Oriented Will be in NISP Volumes 3 & 4 Net-Centric & Integrated Information Services for: − Information Sharing with various partners − Support across varying mission classification levels − Interconnected by diverse & transitional communications services − Meshed Functional COIs and Enterprise use Profiles for Services - Messaging, Discovery, Collaboration Transport Layer Profiles based on IPv6 SECURITYSECURITY SECURITYSECURITY MANAGEMENTMANAGEMENT MANAGEMENTMANAGEMENT

15 Coalition Profile Development Standards selected from NISP Volume 2 −New standards incorporated through RFCPs Profiles selected from NISP Volume 2 −New profiles added through RFCPs Generic Profile document used as a guide to develop profiles Future versions of NISP will have online registry of standards and profiles and guidance for profile development

16 Profile Example Connection Call Procession

17 Conclusions NISP has been developed to support coalition interoperability today and for NNEC − Standards and Profiles in NISP − Reference Models, Technologies and Guidance support transition to NNEC −Future online registry will provide access to standards and profiles

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