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Brenner, Michael

The Open Mobile Alliance

Delivering Service Enablers for Next Generation Applications

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A practical overview of OMA specifications and how they enable mobile multimedia services & much more !

The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) is an industry forum, which develops open specifications to help in the creation of applications and services to be deployed over converged networks.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Trademarks and Permission v
Dedication vii
Foreword xxi
Preface xxiii
Who Should Read This Book? xxiv
What to Cover? xxiv
A Word on Timing xxiv
A Disclaimer xxv
Acknowledgements xxvii
About the Authors xxix
List of Figures
xxxiii
Part I Background and Introduction
1(60)
Introduction
3(4)
Service Enablers
3(1)
The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)
4(1)
Service Enablers in OMA
5(2)
The Silo Syndrome and its Solution
7(14)
Vertical Integration
7(2)
Re-use as First-Class Citizen
9(4)
Service Enablers
10(1)
Interfaces
11(1)
Some Examples Using Interfaces
12(1)
Resources
13(1)
The OSE
13(5)
Policy Enforcer
14(1)
OSE Interface Categories
15(2)
Protocol Bindings
17(1)
Putting the Piece Parts Together
17(1)
What the OSE Isn`t
18(1)
Additional Features of the OSE
18(1)
Protection of Resources
18(1)
End-user Experience
18(1)
OSE and Related Technologies
19(1)
Summary
19(2)
The Open Mobile Alliance - An Organizational Overview
21(20)
Overview of the OMA
21(2)
Affiliation - A Historic Perspective
22(1)
Principles of the OMA
23(1)
The OMA`s Relationship with External Organizations
23(1)
OMA Organizational Structure
24(9)
OMA Board of Directors
25(1)
Technical Plenary
25(1)
OMA Committees
26(1)
OMA Horizontal Working Groups
27(1)
OMA Vertical Working Groups
28(5)
OMA Birds of a Feather Groups
33(1)
The Processes
33(2)
Smooth Sailing, no Waterfalls or Gates
33(1)
Support for Off-line Progress and Decision Making
34(1)
Strive for Consensus
34(1)
Low Threshold for New Work
34(1)
Enabler Release Program
34(1)
Interoperability in the Open Mobile Alliance
35(5)
The Objectives of the OMA IOP
36(1)
Process and Documentation
37(2)
OMA Interoperability Recognition Program
39(1)
Summary
40(1)
Interoperability TestFests
41(6)
The Objective of Interoperability in the OMA
41(1)
The Organization of the Test Campaigns
42(1)
Planning
43(1)
Finances
44(1)
TestFest Statistics
44(1)
Comparison with Other Standards Development Organizations (SDOs)
44(1)
Summary
45(2)
Service Provider - The Network Operator Perspective
47(10)
The Need for OMA
47(3)
Operators in the OMA
50(3)
OMA Challenges for the Future
53(2)
Summary
55(2)
Service Provider - The Enterprise Perspective
57(4)
Enterprise Needs
57(2)
OMA Enterprise Awareness
59(1)
Summary
60(1)
Part II Horizontal Topics
61(132)
The Policy Enforcer Details: Model, Architecture, Realization, and Impact
63(14)
Policy Enforcement Modeling in the OSE
63(2)
Beyond the OSE: Policy Enforcement as Service Oriented Architecture Composition
65(3)
Logical Architecture versus Deployment Considerations
68(1)
Relationship to Parlay and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)
68(1)
Policy Modeling
69(1)
Policy Enforcer through OMA Enabler Realization
69(2)
Relationship of Policy Enforcer to IETF PEP/PDP
71(1)
Policy Assembly, Composition, and Orchestration
71(4)
Model and PEL Assembly
71(1)
Usage Considerations
72(1)
Policies in Service Provider Domain
73(2)
Summary - Next Steps
75(2)
The Policy Evaluation, Enforcement, and Management Enabler
77(38)
Are Those Specifications Really Needed?
78(4)
Policy Control and Management Overview
79(1)
Standards Precursors to PEEM
80(2)
What Roles Are the PEEM Specifications Playing?
82(1)
PEEM Market Needs
82(7)
Use Case for Explicit Requests to PEEM
83(1)
Use Case for Intercepted Requests by PEEM
84(2)
PEEM Requirements
86(3)
PEEM Architecture and Technical Specifications
89(10)
PEEM in the OSE
89(1)
PEEM Logical Architecture
90(3)
Logical Flows for PEEM
93(1)
PEEM Policy Expression Language Details
94(2)
PEM-1 Interface Details
96(2)
PEM-2 Interface Specification
98(1)
PEEM Salient Points
99(8)
Usage Patterns
99(4)
Expert Topics for PEL
103(1)
Expert Topics for PEM-1
104(1)
Divergent Views and their Resolution
105(2)
Impact of Specifications on the Industry
107(5)
Impact on Service Providers
108(1)
Impact on Vendors
109(1)
Impact on Consumer Market
110(1)
Impact on Corporate Market
111(1)
Impact on Other Specifications
112(1)
Specifications Evolution and Future Direction
112(1)
Summary
113(2)
Utilization of IMS in OMA
115(10)
Are Those Specifications Really Needed?
116(1)
Standard Precursors to IMSinOMA
117(1)
Architecture Overview
117(3)
Salient Points and Divergent Views
120(2)
Impact of Specifications
122(1)
Impact on the Industry
122(1)
Impact on Other Specifications
122(1)
Specifications Evolution and Future Direction
123(1)
Summary
123(2)
Service Architectures - Parlay and the OSE
125(10)
A Quick Taster of Parlay
125(3)
Parlay X
126(2)
The Parlay in OSE Enabler
128(3)
Parlay as Network Resource
129(1)
Parlay X Web Service as the Enabler
129(1)
Parlay Service Capability Feature as the Enabler
130(1)
Hybrid Parlay and OMA Solution
130(1)
PIOSE Challenges
131(2)
Enforcing Service Provider Policies
131(1)
The Parlay Policy Management Service Capability Feature
132(1)
Impact of Specifications on the Industry
133(1)
Specifications Evolution and Future Direction
133(1)
Summary
133(2)
A Web Services Technology Realization of the OSE
135(24)
Web Services Crash Course
136(1)
A Web Services Infrastructure Framework
137(2)
Mobile Web Services
139(1)
The Mobile Network as Content Source for the Web Service
139(1)
The Mobile Device as Web Service Requestor
139(1)
The Mobile Device as Web Service Provider
140(1)
The OMA Web Services Enabler Release
140(2)
The Technologies Specified by OWSER
142(4)
Transport
142(1)
Messaging
143(1)
Description
144(1)
Quality of Service
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