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1 Geneva, Switzerland, 17 October 2011 ITU Workshop on Service Delivery Platforms (SDP) for Telecommunication Ecosystems: from todays realities to requirements and challenges of the future (Geneva, Switzerland, 17 October 2011 ) ITU-T Y.2240 : SDP for NGN Marco Carugi Q3/13 Rapporteur Ali Ghazanfar Y.2240 Editor ZTE Corporation

2 Introduction to NGN-SIDE [Y.2240] NGN-SIDE ecosystem NGN-SIDE functional view NGN-SIDE capabilities NGN-SIDE scenarios Evolution paths Agenda 2

3 SDP related activities within ITU-T SG13 ITU-T SG13 (Future Networks including Mobile and NGN) started around 2007 the development of specifications in the SDP area focusing on extensions to NGN, with the following major results: Y.2234: Open service environment capabilities for NGN (approved in Sep 2008) Liaison with OMA Y.2020: Open service environment functional architecture for NGN (approved in May 2011) Y.2240: Requirements and capabilities for NGN service integration and delivery environment (approved in Apr 2011) Liaison with OMA, IEEE NGSON, ATIS SON Y.NGN-SIDE Arch: Functional architecture of NGN service integration and delivery environment (launched in Sep 2010) This presentation will focus on Y

4 ITU-T Recommendation Y.2240 This Recommendation provides requirements and capabilities for a service integration and delivery environment in NGN (NGN-SIDE) NGN-SIDE can be viewed as the next generation service delivery platform Although in the context of Y.2240 NGN-SIDE is targeted for NGN, its framework can be conceptually applicable to other telecommunication environments (e.g. mobile networks) 4

5 NGN-SIDE work program NGN-SIDE-Req setup in ITU-T Q3/SG13: NGN-SIDE-Req [ITU-T Y.2240] approval date: NGN-SIDE-Arch setup in ITU-T Q5/SG13: NGN-SIDE-Arch approval target date:

6 Some driving forces behind NGN-SIDE standardization Many telecom operators are using service platforms in silos which increase CAPEX/OPEX A unified service platform is needed integrating resources from different networks and supporting multiple applications Telecom networks are being evolved to use IP-based infrastructure It is essential to leverage the IP-based infrastructure to offer rich services and applications App stores from terminal vendors support directly the developer community and allow control of whole value chain A unified service platform allows operators to have a major role in the overall ecosystem, e.g. exposing resources to application developers enabling integration of resources from different resource providers 6

7 NGN-SIDE main objectives and characteristics NGN-SIDE aims to support a multi-fold telecommunication business model and a comprehensive eco-system for all stakeholders in the NGN value chain NGN-SIDE puts NGN providers in the centre to control the whole NGN value chain NGN-SIDE enables the development of applications leveraging underlying NGN and non-NGN resources such as: taking full advantage of a variety of resources like service enablers, network capabilities, device enablers, content, other applications; providing access to a wide range of tools and technologies for the development of rich applications 7

8 Main functionalities of NGN-SIDE Integration of resources from different domains (e.g. telecom domain (fixed and mobile networks), broadcast domain, internet domain, content provider domain etc.) Adaptation, including abstraction and virtualization, of resources from different domains Resource brokering for mediation among applications and resources Application development environment for application developers Different service interfaces for exposure of NGN-SIDE capabilities Mechanisms for support of diverse applications, including machine to machine apps, ubiquitous sensor network apps etc. Mechanisms for support of context-aware services Mechanisms for content management 8

9 NGN-SIDE aims to support a multi-fold business model and a comprehensive ecosystem for all stakeholders in NGN value chain NGN-SIDE eco-system Business roles NGN-SIDE provides an open environment in NGN, with integration of resources from different domains 9

10 NGN-SIDE functional view NGN- SIDE user layer NGN- SIDE layer Policy management Content management Charging Management of role related information Application provisioning Context management Applications Service delivery management Access control Service execution Service creation Application development support Service orchestration Resource registry Service dispatcher Policy decision Resource manager Resource repository Testing environment NGN-SIDE integration layer NGN-SIDE adaptation layer Resource brokering Adaptors for NGN Adaptors for Non-NGN Resources offered by NGN Resources offered by Non-NGN NGN-SIDE resource layer

11 Service creation functional group 11 It provides capabilities to realize an application development environment for application developers Application development support Resource repository Testing environment

12 Service execution functional group 12 Service orchestration Policy decision Resource registry Access control Service dispatcher It provides capabilities to support the service execution environment: It processes service requests received from applications It forwards the requests to the adaptation layer It provides capabilities to support the service execution environment: It processes service requests received from applications It forwards the requests to the adaptation layer

13 Service delivery management functional group 13 It provides capabilities to realize the management of different aspects: ensuring proper functioning of service creation and service execution functional groups providing associated delivery functionalities It provides capabilities to realize the management of different aspects: ensuring proper functioning of service creation and service execution functional groups providing associated delivery functionalities Application provisioning Content management Context management Roles related information management Charging Policy management

14 Adaptation capabilities 14 Resource brokering: mediates among resources and applications selects the appropriate resource before resource adaptation selects the appropriate application when request is sent from resources towards applications Adaptors for NGN and Non-NGN: perform network exposure to access capabilities from underlying networks perform adaptation at both control and media level to hide underlying complexity and keep a horizontal service integration architecture Resource brokering: mediates among resources and applications selects the appropriate resource before resource adaptation selects the appropriate application when request is sent from resources towards applications Adaptors for NGN and Non-NGN: perform network exposure to access capabilities from underlying networks perform adaptation at both control and media level to hide underlying complexity and keep a horizontal service integration architecture Resource brokering Adaptors for NGN Adaptors for Non-NGN

15 NGN-SIDE business deployment scenarios 15 This is just one example scenario [case of the NGN provider actor playing the role of NGN-SIDE provider] Actors Business roles

16 NGN-SIDE application scenarios This is one of the use cases It describes how SIDE can facilitate 3rd party apps, for ex. Book a trip, to access resources from different domains (i.e. Telecom and Internet) This is one of the use cases It describes how SIDE can facilitate 3rd party apps, for ex. Book a trip, to access resources from different domains (i.e. Telecom and Internet) 16

17 Future SDP standardization: some evolution paths Decentralized (distributed) SDPs All services on demand: a Cloud-based SDP Modular SDP architecture with common general purpose functional modules and device/service- specific functional modules Data enhanced SDP (e.g. via data mining capabilities) SDPs interconnection/federation for geographical pervasiveness 17

18 Thanks for your attention Questions ?


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