Accession Number : ADA508183
Title : Secure Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) Supporting NEC (Architecture orientee service (soa) gerant la NEC)
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.
Corporate Author : NATO RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE (FRANCE)
Personal Author(s) : Eggen, Anders ; Haakseth, Raymond ; Malowitzki, Marek ; Rasmussen, Rolf ; Savery, Jean-Yves ; Slimani, Marc ; Hedenstad, Ole-Erik ; Georgel, Dominique ; Meiler, Peter-Paul ; Schmeing, Michael
Report Date : Jan 2009
Pagination or Media Count : 226
Abstract : This report describes the work of NATO/RTO IST-061 RTG-027 on Secure Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) Supporting Network Enabled Capabilities. The primary focus of this work has been the creation of a demonstrator for tactical data communication in a combined and joint scenario. In this scenario, Service Oriented Architecture technologies have been used to exchange information such as sensor data among different units belonging to different nations. The report explains how SOA technologies can be used to interoperate legacy systems in a way compliant with requirements identified by the NATO NEC Feasibility Study. Additionally, it provides a generic overview over the concepts of SOA and the technologies used in the demonstrator. The demonstrator itself is described from a conceptual point of view as well as on a more detailed level from the perspective of the individual participating organizations and companies. Finally, the results gained through the work of the group are explained, again from a group level perspective and the point of view of each organization or company. From these results, some recommendations for future NATO activities are drawn.
Descriptors : *INTEROPERABILITY , *STANDARDIZATION , *JOINT MILITARY ACTIVITIES , *OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS , *INFORMATION SYSTEMS , *DATA MANAGEMENT , *INTEGRATED SYSTEMS , DEMONSTRATIONS , OPERATIONS RESEARCH , TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS , SECURE COMMUNICATIONS , SCENARIOS , DATA PROCESSING
Subject Categories : Computer Programming and Software
Computer Systems Management and Standards
Command, Control and Communications Systems
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE