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  1. Net-Centric Operations Division Joint Planning and Development Office Net- Enabled Test Environment (NETE) Germaine Forbes, T&E Manager NCOD, JPDO 03 Nov 2010

  2. Agenda • Net Centric Operations Division Mission • SOA Culture Change • Interagency Information Sharing Issues and Strategy • Net- Enabled Test Environment (NETE) • NETE Initial Objectives • NETE Way Ahead 2

  3. Mission Mission Statement Facilitate the implementation of net-centric capabilities for NextGen among the partner agencies and serving the community at large. • Study application of new technology • Recommend efficiencies • Solve linkage issues • Put enterprise services and registry in place • Facilitate definition of requirements • Use other projects from partner agencies • Engage partners by demonstrating value • Refine architecture and business process • Create ontology and SOA artifacts • Create re-useable services • Facilitate transition to operations • Model, test, inform, revise

  4. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Culture Change Credential-Based Access to Information Evolutionary Development Responsibilities to Share vs. Need to Know Agreement on Authoritative Data Sources

  5. Inter-Agency Information Exchange Issues

  6. JPDO NCOD Information-Sharing Development Strategy Operators/ Users Select Operational Thread ID Inter-agency functional appeal Identify Processes/ Decisions Concept of Operations (ConOps) scenarios, actors Users, service levels, security requirements, authoritative sources Describe Info Exchanges Describe Info Exchanges Connectivity, speeds, bandwidth, standards Derive Infrastructure Requirements Design Info Exchanges Design Info Exchanges Iterative approach allows incorporation of industry advancements Validate, experiment, measure value Design Info Exchanges Perform Inter-organizational Testing and Evaluation Adoption is an option—endorse efforts already underway Transition to Operations

  7. Net- Enabled Test Environment (NETE) • Concept • Virtual Test environment – no new facility • Industry and Government participation • Experimental approach – test, measure, evaluate, adjust • Adopting existing projects; leveraging progress • Benefits • Data sets made available will bring interested developers • Allows demonstration of concepts to flesh out requirements • Allows trade-off studies for architectural decisions – standards, processes, TTPs, tools, infrastructure design • Tests Governance model for efficacy • Accessible to all NextGen participants; can link to outside data sources/consumers • Leverages work already done by NextGen Stakeholders 7

  8. NETE Candidate Participant Locations MIT Lincoln Labs MS Research NASA GRC AFRL MITRE NASA ARC ESC NCAR NWS@ Tech Center NASA JPL JPDO MITRE MITRE NORAD-USNorthcom FAA Tech Center AWC NOAA CBP AMOC NASA LaRC UCORE PMO SPAWAR SPAWAR, Charleston NASA DFRC AFRL FAA NextGen Testbed At Embry-Riddle NASA/FAA NoTX Tyndall AFB

  9. Initial NETE Objectives • Address access control in Inter-Agency Environment • Authentication, identity verification • Interference by Firewall and automated security tools • Access the registry to define the service/data • Measure Quality of Service and Throughput • Operator monitoring of quality of service and service delivery problems • Bandwidth and latency; network performance • Evaluate Alternative approaches (i.e. AOA) • Enterprise Service Buses (ESB) interoperability, ESB Solutions • Scalability of service delivery • SOA Test Tools • Demonstrate near-term benefits of information sharing with key communities • Weather, Integrated Surveillance, Flight and Flow

  10. NETE WG Meeting • Location:JPDO Office, Boardroom • Date:16 Nov 2010 , 1-3 PM • Attendees: Candidate NETE Members • Topics: • Collaboration • Common Challenges • Governance/NETE Charter • Connectivity to SWIM, FTI R&D Domain, DREN for technical/initial inter- organizational testing areas • Results: • Formalize Relationships • Establish Technical Working Group to schedule testing and exchange information • Establish Governance Working Group • Establish a way forward with a prioritized list of activities 10

  11. SOA T&E Workshop • Location:JPDO Office • Date:14 Dec 2010 • Attendees: DOD, FAA, Private Industry, DHS, NEXT Gen Participants • Goal: Collaborate lessons learned during SOA testing • Topics: • Interoperability (ie ESB) • Functionality • Test Tools, Configuration Management • Performance and Scalability of services • Access Control • Network issues (Bandwidth, latency, QoS, etc.) • Results: • Identify best practice and tools 11

  12. Net-Centric Operations DivisionJPDO Questions CONTACT INFO: Ms. Germaine Forbes, JPDO germaine.forbes@pentagon.af.mil germaine.forbes@faa.gov 202-220-3456

  13. Risk Reduction via NETE within NextGen NCO