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This Briefing is: UNCLASSIFIED 83rd NETWORK OPERATIONS SQUADRON 83 NOS Perspective: AFNETOPS and the AFNET Migration Lt Col Eric P. DeLange Commander.

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1 This Briefing is: UNCLASSIFIED 83rd NETWORK OPERATIONS SQUADRON 83 NOS Perspective: AFNETOPS and the AFNET Migration Lt Col Eric P. DeLange Commander

2 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success AFSPC AF Network Integration Center (Scott AFB) 690 NSG (Lackland AFB) 83 NOS (Langley AFB) 561 NOS (Peterson AFB) 690 NSS (Lackland AFB) 690 ISS (Lackland AFB) 299 NOSS (KS ANG) 310 CF (CO AFR) 622 CF (VA AFR) Base Network Control Ctr’s (NCCs) ---- AFNETOPS C2 Process 67 NWG (Lackland AFB) 91 NWS (Lackland AFB) 315 NWS (Fort Meade) 26 NOG (Lackland AFB) 26 NOS (Gunter Annex) 33 NWS (Lackland AFB) 26 OSS (Lackland AFB) 352 NWS (Hickam AFB) 426 NWS (Vogelweh GE) 68 NWS (Brooks CB, TX) 24 AF 624 OC 67 Net Warfare Wing Net Ops & Monitoring, CND/A (Lackland AFB) 688 Info Ops Wing Info Ops & Net Engineering (Lackland AFB) 689 Combat Comm Wing Combat Comm & Comm Maint/System Tech Eval (Robins AFB) Chain of Command & AFNETOPS Organization

3 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success 67th Network Warfare Wing USAF’s Cyberspace Force – Combat Wing, Global Presence Mission: Operate, Manage, & Defend Global AF Networks Train and Ready Airmen to Execute Computer Network Exploitation and Attack Perform Electronic Systems Security Assessments Conducts the Full Range of Network Warfare Network Operations (Establish) Net Defense (Control) Full Spectrum (Use) Defend Operate Attack Operations Of and On the Network 67 NWW 26 NOG Net Defense 690 NSG Net Ops 67 NWG Full Spectrum

4 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success Mission Command, Control, Operate, Sustain, and Defend assigned Air Force networks to assure global cyber supremacy and enforce Air Force network standards and to develop Airman as cyber warriors.

5 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success The AFNET Platform Delivering… Air Force Wide Enterprise Career Address Single Sign-On Reduced Cost and System Complexity AF-Wide Collaboration Standardization and Consolidation Standardized and Secure!

6 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success UNCLASSIFIED Services in the AFNET Management Tools Network Account Management Security Policy Enforcement/Management Application Monitoring Network Monitoring Security/Authentication Directory (AD) Anti-Virus Security Patching (SCCM) CAC Certification Capabilities Mobile Devices ESD AF Enterprise Forest C2 and Functional Systems Functional Services SharePoint MS Office Communication Server List Servers Fax Servers Project Management Servers FTP Servers Enterprise–wide VPN Storage

7 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success What the AFNET Migration is NOT!  AFNet is not a “full” tech refresh of base equipment  AFNet does not “reprogram” PMO systems  AFNet does not provide C&A of base enclaves  AFNet Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) was not not established to handle all communication issues (LMR, IPTV, etc)  AFNet does not provide Continuity of Operations (COOP)  AFNet does not “restructure” AF boundaries; Completely separate but related effort  AFNet does not remove Single Points of Failure (SPOF)  AFNet does not “fix” existing network issues  AFNet does not physically “move” base level functional systems to the APC 7

8 Components of Migration Initial Coordination Programmatic Coordination Begins 210 days prior to migration / Duration ~15 days Infrastructure Preparation Circuit Upgrades, Facility Improvements, AQ processes Begins ~180 days prior to migration / Duration up to 150 days (or more) Source Environment Preparation Prepare the legacy environments for migration (Administrative & Technical) Begins ~90 days prior to migration / Duration ~60 days Target Environment Preparation Prepare AFNET to support migration of site Begins ~60 days prior to migration / Duration ~60 days Migration Move Legacy Active Directory resources to AFNet Duration varies from 15 days - up to 150 days (or more) Post Migration Environment Clean up, Legacy Func App Transition & Shutdown Begins ~180 prior to migration / Duration up to 150 days (or more) Legacy Shutdown Legacy shutdown actions occur concurrently during migration/post migration actions

9 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success ‘Key’ stakeholders and what each contributes to the migration of an organization Coordinate Base Support Coordinate Migration Schedule Facilitate Strategic Communication Core Migration Team O&M for the AFNet Operational Issue Resolution Executes Checklist Coord Local Support/Info Dissemination Provides Dedicated CST Support Funding for Hardware and Allied Support Contracting Support Project Management Operations Legacy Shutdown MAJCOM 24 AF/67 NWW ( Includes 690 NSG, 83 NOS, 561 NOS) AFNIC Base AFSPC Migration Organizational Roles/Responsibilities This is a TEAM Sport!

10 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success Entrance Criteria Complete all pre-migration checklists Key servers in-place, configured, and operational Proper, documented certification and accreditation Support orgs prepared to accept responsibility <1% user accts over mailbox size limit XP machine POA&M Cyber Readiness Review (CRR) UNCLASSIFIED AFNIC/ECSOProgrammatic 690 NSG Operations CRR represents formal hand-off from programmatic actions to operations FACILITATION LESSONS LEARNED CRR Technical Checklists Execution Feedback Pre-Migration Administrative Checklists Feedback

11 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success Exit Criteria Migrate user/machine accts, , public folders & other services All mission systems operational pre-migration are still operational post-migration Accessible via trust or in the AFNet <1% minor (user-level) tickets and no major (exec/base-level or higher mission impact) tickets related to MIGRATION Outstanding Help Desk tickets related to Other Services will transfer to the ESU/ESD Exit criteria will be reviewed during outbrief

12 Enterprise Service Desk DSN 510-HELPDESK ( ) “owns” lifecycle management I-NOSC/ESU/APC MCCC/NCC/CFP ESDUser Tier 1Tier 0Tier 2Tier 3 “Self-service” TT Submission/Status Load own printer Load appr S/W apps Etc. More complex HW/SW problems Requires specific construct attention Netwk Transport, Server, Boundary issues Local Touch MX req’d Highly specialized expertise required - Engineers - System integrators - 3rd-party providers - Vendors - FSEs/SMEs PMO-managed systems - AFPKI - AFDS - ADLS - AFNet Response Ctr Tier 1 Create/assign/track TTs Initial troubleshooting AD User Acct Mgmt Tier 2 Admin/Assist EITSM Acct Mgmt Etc. Post Migration Support Environment

13 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success Lessons Learned Adherence to Checklist Completion Strategic Communications Identifying Network Bandwidth Issues Identifying Alt Token, Blackberry/Good Mobile, VIP Users AD Groups and Exchange Dedicated Migration CSTs Security Permissions for Mapped Drives Selecting Pilot Users Ensuring ATO and CR Process

14 UNCLASSIFIED Standards = Success LeadershipSupport Leadership Support Keys to Success UNCLASSIFIED

15 Standards = Success Questions?


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