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Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013
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Lanka Gate Core Components - Government CIO Workshop Dec 2013

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  • 1. Lanka Gate Architecture And its Components Crishantha Nanayakkara crishanthan@icta.lk 1
  • 2. Lanka Gate is a typical SOA environment 2
  • 3. SOA is an architectural style of building  software applications that promotes  loose coupling between components so  that you can reuse them 3
  • 4. Service Description Service  Registry Fin d ish bl Pu Service  Consumer Bind Service  Provider Web Service 4
  • 5. 5
  • 6. Mobile  Payment Providers Credit Card Payment Providers Services Citizens Application Private Sector Companies Mobile Payment  Service Mobile Portal SMS, VXML Mobile Service Providers Country Portal Registry Lanka Government Network Services Application Certificate Authority Services Application Private Sector VPN Lanka Gate Lanka Gate 48 Ministries 60 Departments Services Application Application 271 DS Offices 8 Provincial Councils 32 Provincial Ministries 16 Provincial Departments 6
  • 7. LG Components ● Core Components – – ● Lanka Interoperability eXchange (LIX) Service Registry Supporting Components – GovSMS – Lanka Government Payment Service (LGPS) – Lanka Government Cloud (LGC) – LGN and LGN­CA 7
  • 8. Lanka Interoperability  Exchange (LIX) 8
  • 9. 9
  • 10. The Service Registry 10
  • 11. Service Description Service  Registry Fin d ish bl Pu Service  Consumer Bind Service  Provider Web Service 11
  • 12. Security 12
  • 13. Authentication Confidentiality Integrity Non­Repudiation 13
  • 14. PKI enables enables parties of an e­commerce  transaction to identify one another by  providing authentication with digital  certificates, and allows reliable business  communications by providing confidentiality  through the use of encryption, and  authentication, data integrity and a  reasonable basis for nonrepudiation through  the use of digital signatures. (Resource ­ WebTrust) 14
  • 15. Encryption 15
  • 16. Digital Signatures (Signing Process) 16
  • 17. Digital Signatures (Verification Process) Step 1 Step 2 17
  • 18. LGN CA is the Sri Lankan Government  PKI and it manages the digital Certificates within the Sri Lankan Government 18
  • 19. The Transport Level Security ● One way (1­way) SSL – The server must represent the certificate to  the client – The client is not required to present a  certificate to the server 19
  • 20. The Transport Level Security ● Two way (2­way) SSL  – Known as client authentication as well – Server and Client both present their  certificate to each other (The authentication  happens both ways) 20
  • 21. Point to Point Security ESB as a Security Gateway 21
  • 22. End to End Security with a ”Pass Through Proxy” 22
  • 23. End to End Security  with a ”Secure Proxy” 23
  • 24. Thank You! 24

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