The Malaysian Government Interopersbility Framework For Open Source Software MyGIFOSS

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    1. 1. Open Source Software Seminar Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) 21 th March 2009 The Malaysian Public Sector Open Source Software (OSS) Program MyGIFOSS
    2. 2. INTRODUCTION
    3. 3. BASELINE <ul><li>Questions that you ask yourself before using OSS. </li><ul><li>How (How you are going to do it?)
    4. 4. What (What you want to do?)
    5. 5. Who (Who will doing it?)
    6. 6. When (When to do it?)
    7. 7. Where (Where to do it?) </li></ul></ul>
    8. 8. GUIDELINE <ul><li>MAMPU has produced numbers of guidelines related to OSS. </li><ul><li>OSS Implementation Guidelines
    9. 9. Malaysian Public Sector OSS Initiative
    10. 10. Open Source Reference Architecture (OSSRA)
    11. 11. Web Application Guideline (WAG)
    12. 12. Pilot Projects </li></ul></ul>
    13. 13. MyGIFOSS <ul><li>Contains information on OSS , open standards and technical specification for adoption in Malaysia
    14. 14. Recommendations for interoperability in the usage of OSS in public sector
    15. 15. Guide for government agencies in adoption of migration to OSS </li></ul>
    16. 16. DEFINITION <ul><li>Minimal set of standards and technical specification
    17. 17. Governing the use of OSS and info access
    18. 18. Adopts internationally recognized and ratified open standards
    19. 19. MyGIFOSS covers </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Examples of OSS within solution area
    20. 20. Recommendations for info and services access </li></ul></ul>
    21. 21. OBJECTIVES <ul><li>To enable both proprietary and open source in government info system to communicate and inter-operate efficiently and effectively
    22. 22. To promote and foster the OSS adoption within the government
    23. 23. To promote vendor-neutral and technology-neutral implementation
    24. 24. To reduce the total cost of ownership of government information system </li></ul>
    25. 25. BASIC OF RECOMMENDATION <ul><li>Interoperability
    26. 26. Internationally recognized standards </li></ul>
    27. 27. SCOPE <ul><li>Covers the use of OSS and open standards
    28. 28. Scope of the application. covered within the 6 solution areas </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Workload consolidation
    29. 29. High performance computing
    30. 30. Distributed enterprise
    31. 31. Application solution
    32. 32. Infrastructure solution
    33. 33. Desktop solution </li></ul></ul></ul>
    34. 34. How To Use MyGIFOSS ? <ul><li>This document is structured in the following manner </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Discusses about open standards
    35. 35. Selection and examples of OSS
    36. 36. Recommendations on information access
    37. 37. Discussion about set of standards and specifications that are compliant to specific domains. </li></ul></ul>
    38. 38. OPEN STANDARDS
    39. 39. Overview <ul><li>Open standard is a standard that publicly available and has various rights
    40. 40. Open = royalty free technologies
    41. 41. Standard = rules that are published by the major internationally recognized standards bodies such as ISO, IEEE, W3C </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    42. 42. Open Standards and OSS <ul><li>Both are intimately connected
    43. 43. Open Standards enable OSS to achieve interoperability with proprietary software
    44. 44. Open Standards help to spread the usage and acceptance of OSS </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    45. 45. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE WITHIN DEFINED IMPLEMENTATION AREAS
    46. 46. Overview <ul><li>Selection of OSS to be used in ICT implementation </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    47. 47. Guidelines / Standard Matrix <ul><li>Guidelines of OSS for use within identified implementation areas </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    48. 48. Operating Systems <ul><li>LINUX
    49. 49. BSD (“Berkeley Software Distribution) Family of OS </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    50. 50. Desktop Applications <ul><li>Office Productivity Suites – Openoffice.org
    51. 51. Web Browser – Mozilla Firefox, Konqueror
    52. 52. Desktop Environment – KDE and GNOME </li></ul>
    53. 53. Server Applications <ul><li>Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) – Postfix, Sendmail, Qmail, Exim
    54. 54. Database Server - MySQL, PostgresSQL
    55. 55. Web Server – Apache, Lighttpd </li></ul>
    56. 56. Network Security <ul><li>Firewall – Iptables, IPFilter
    57. 57. Network Intrusion Detection System - Snort
    58. 58. Virtual Private Network – OpenVPN </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    59. 59. Vertical Applications <ul><li>Content Management System (CMS) Joomla, Drupal
    60. 60. Leaning Management System (LMS) Moodle
    61. 61. Geographic Information System (GIS) GRASS </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    62. 62. Products from OSCC <ul><li>MySpamGuard
    63. 63. MyNetWatch
    64. 64. MyWorkSpace
    65. 65. MySurfGuard
    66. 66. MySurveillance
    67. 67. MyMeeting </li></ul>
    68. 68. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INFORMATION ACCESS
    69. 69. Overview <ul><li>Components and Technical specs required to enable users to access public sector information and services via delivery channels (WWW) and devices (PC, Mobile Phones and PDA) </li></ul>
    70. 70. Recommended Standards /Specification <ul><li>Document (ODT)/ Spreadsheet (ODS) / Presentations (ODP)
    71. 71. Graphical Image ( JPEG, GIF, TIFF, PNG)
    72. 72. Compression (Zip, GNU Zip, Bzip) </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    73. 73. Complying with MyGIFOSS
    74. 74. Overview <ul><li>Supplements the recommendations of OSS for the public sector
    75. 75. To be compliant with MyGIFOSS, OSS should be used on daily basis for ICT work , both at server and desktop </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    76. 76. Minimum Requirements <ul><li>Operating environment </li><ul><ul><li>OS – Linux , BSD Family OS
    77. 77. Networking – TCP/IP Standards
    78. 78. User Interface – Dekstop GUI and Server GUI
    79. 79. File and Printer Sharing – NFS and CUPS </li></ul></ul><li>Internet Services </li><ul><ul><li>Websites and Web contents – Conform with W3C standards
    80. 80. Web servers – Compliant with HTTP
    81. 81. Email – IETF protocol ( I nternet Engineering Task Force) </li></ul></ul></ul>
    82. 82. Ribut Otak
    83. 83. R&D OSCC Proposal <ul><li>Share our problems with IPTA
    84. 84. Smart partnership in RnD </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    85. 85. MyWorkSpace <ul><li>Clean integration with LDAP and DBmail
    86. 86. User Administraion GUI
    87. 87. New LDAP schema for Dbmail and Horde intergration
    88. 88. Secure connection using SMTPS
    89. 89. http://myworkspace.oscc.org.my/ </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    90. 90. MySpamGuard <ul><li>Senarai Putih E-mail Kerajaan (SPEK) </li><ul><li>SpamAssassin rules in Malay and SPEK scoring </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>http://www.blue-quartz.com/rbl/
    91. 91. http://spamikaze.org/
    92. 92. http://myspamguard.oscc.org.my/ </li></ul></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    93. 93. MyNetWatch <ul><li>Integrating with Cacti
    94. 94. Auto discovery and rebuild scripts </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    95. 95. MyMeeting <ul><li>Calendar integration with MyWorkSpace
    96. 96. Sign-on using OpenID
    97. 97. http://mymeeting.oscc.org.my/ </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    98. 98. MySurveillance <ul><li>Integration with MyNetWatch log monitoring and analysis
    99. 99. http://mysurveillance.oscc.org.my/ </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    100. 100. MySurfGuard <ul><li>Rules for Malay content websites
    101. 101. Exception rules for government sites
    102. 102. http://mysurfguard.oscc.org.my/ </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
    103. 103. <ul><li>MyGIFOSS is constructed to be a “live” document providing guidelines and recommendations for OSS adoption within public sector and can be used by others.
    104. 104. Help us to improved OSCC Products </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit CONCLUSION
    105. 105. <ul>Harisfazillah Jamel <li>[email_address]
    106. 106. http://blog.harisfazillah.info/
    107. 107. YM : linuxmalaysia </li></ul>Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit

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