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SIPifying OSGi - M Ma

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OSGi World Congress 2003

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SIPifying OSGi - M Ma

  1. 1. SIPifying OSGi Panasonic Information and Networking Technologies Laboratory Panasonic Technologies Princeton, New Jersey USA Dennis Bushmitch Alex Gelman Alan Kaplan Matthew Ma mma@research.panasonic.com
  2. 2. Outline Consumer Networking Convergence (CNC) A Step Toward CNC – SIPifying OSGI Summary
  3. 3. Consumer Networking Convergence The Basis For a Value Proposition Consumer applications must serve at least one of the following areas Domestic productivity Economics Education/profession/business Entertainment Family/community/social life Healthcare/welfare Safety Consumer Networking Convergence can be only supported by application-specific networked devices that are part of personal lifestyle Consumer Networking Convergence can be only supported by application-specific networked devices that are part of personal lifestyle
  4. 4. Consumer Networking Convergence Paradigm The Networking Scenario Appliance Control Network Home Computing Network O O Home Entertainment Network Home Server InternetInternet STB + BGW Public Area Hot Spots ASP
  5. 5. Consumer Networking Convergence Applications Paradigm Shift Information Access and Processing Entertainment Communications Disjointed ComputingDisjointed Computing Entertainment Convergent Computing Communications Convergent ComputingConvergent Computing Information Access and Processing Information Access and Processing Autonomic self-aware, self-configuring, self- maintaining Cognitive environmentally perceptive and reactive Transparent operate and adapt with minimal impact on consumer Pervasive anytime, anywhere, anybody AutonomicAutonomic self-aware, self-configuring, self- maintaining CognitiveCognitive environmentally perceptive and reactive TransparentTransparent operate and adapt with minimal impact on consumer PervasivePervasive anytime, anywhere, anybody
  6. 6. • DTV Channel Monitoring & Control • Recording/Play-Back Control InternetInternet Wireless Carrier RGW Home Server Remote Parental Control Panasonic An Example of CNC In and Out of Home Device Control
  7. 7. InternetInternet Wireless Carrier RGW Home Server Remote Parental Control Panasonic • DTV Channel Monitoring & Control • Recording/Play-Back Control An Example of CNC In and Out of Home Device Control
  8. 8. Consumer Networking Convergence Basic Architectural Approach Middleware & Protocols are the key in a convergent computing world Hide the complexities and heterogeneity in a convergent world Different hardware, OS, protocols, networks Enable the creation of novel services and applications Internet Protocols Platform: OS & HW Convergent Computing Protocols Convergent Computing Middleware DTV AppliancesMobile HomeNet Comp&Ent TransparentTransparent PervasivePervasive AutonomicAutonomic CognitiveCognitive
  9. 9. OSGi and SIP Create a specification for an OSGi service, which defines APIs that enable: Secure wide area support of device registration, communication, control, and event handling utilizing SIP (e.g., 4G Mobile) OSGi Device mobility (application layer) using SIP Inter-working and inter-gateway bridging of heterogeneous local area device communication protocols (e.g., UPnP, Jini) across wide area network
  10. 10. Use Case 1: Secure WAN Communication of Diverse Devices UPnP Service SIP UA InternetInternet Home Content Server Wireless Carrier Mobile Device UPnP Ctrl.Pt. Jini G/W SIP Stack Proposed OSGi SIP Service OSGi UPnP Service OSGi Jini Service • SIP protocol enables secure access from wide area to local devices connected to the gateway • An OSGi SIP service will bring OSGi Framework support to mobile SIP devices
  11. 11. Use Case 2: Device / Service Mobility using SIP UPnP device (camcorder) moves from GW1 to GW2 SIP Proxy UPnP device in GW1 is registered with SIP proxy as SIP device. Upon relocation to GW2, it re-registers with SIP proxy, given it a new location OSGi GW1 UPnP SIP OSGi GW2 UPnP SIP Camcorder Service Bundle Implications: Home gateway devices can roam to foreign gateways without service interruptions
  12. 12. Use Case 3: Inter-gateway Bridging Use SIP to import/export OSGi devices from/to service registries OSGi GW 1 UPnP SIP OSGi GW 2 UPnPSIP OSGI service registry OSGI service registry Implications: Home devices/services accessible as local devices/services on the car gateway and vice-versa
  13. 13. Additional motivations behind the proposed service Many vendors investigating SIP for device to device control in various home networking scenarios OSGi is an ideal unifying framework, which can bridge multiple device control frameworks (UPnP, Jini, now SIP) Proposed service will provide OSGi framework with ability to interact with new types of devices
  14. 14. Intro to SIP SIP - Session Initiation Protocol (RFC2543) Originally thought as a signaling protocol for multimedia session establishment Client - Server Protocol Basic request - response protocol SIP User Agents (UAS and UAC are communicating with each other) Supports event notification Critical function for the device control Can be extended with new METHODS and HEADERS via standardization in IETF Example use of SIP for instant messaging
  15. 15. Main Aspects of SIP “Application” layer protocol, which supports MIME type attachments as payloads Can be used as a “mobile transport” protocol as application- specific chunks of data can be transported within MIME Supports service and device mobility Logical naming for device in a form of URLs creates an abstraction for a physical device: service tied to devices capability and not a physical device SIP proxies route the messages to a recipient based on registration information Sender of SIP message doesn’t need to know the location of the receiver These combined make SIP a very powerful protocol for device / service discovery and device control
  16. 16. Background: SIP and Device Control SIP protocol provides all the needed capabilities for device/service/control point mobility, discovery, registration, eventing, control, presentation Existing SIP methods accommodate functionality REGISTER, MESSAGE, SUBSCRIBE Additional information can be carried inside new MIME type The related proposed SIP extensions in IETF: Device control (Telcordia) – http://www.argreenhouse.com/iapp Device/service capability negotiation, CC/PP over SIP (Fujitsu) Instant messaging and presence (SIMPLE) – http://www.ietf.org/html.charters/simple-charter.html
  17. 17. Defining Characteristics Proposed service is different from a vanilla SIP protocol bundle Provides “high end” SIP device control service to other bundles / end user Underlying SIP device control issues need to be transparent to application developers Proposed service is different from API specification to SIP protocol’s general functionality Examples of similar level OSGi services: Jini, UPnP Example level of abstraction in the proposed API SIP device reference via SIPDevice SIP device registration via SIPServer SIP device communication interface SIPUserAgent
  18. 18. Proposed Service Requirements OSGi APIs have to be provided for: Export of OSGi devices into mobile SIP-based device communication framework Import of SIP device functionality into OSGi framework Use OSGi device access driver model SIP Device Service Driver must register SIP devices with OSGi Framework SIP devices need to be devices in the context of the OSGi framework’s device manager
  19. 19. More Service Requirements Bundles need to discover registered SIP devices Bundles must be able to listen to SIP-devices’ events Bundles must be able to control SIP devices and be controlled by SIP devices Provide SIP globally unique URIs to devices Use of SIP logical naming for OSGi devices Provide communication between device driver and a device using SIP
  20. 20. Summary An OSGi SIP Service for device communication enables capabilities currently not in the OSGi specification Secure, wide-area access to the OSGi gateway Mobility/roaming of devices and services Inter-gateway bridging of devices and services SIPifying OSGi provides the foundation for Consumer Networking Convergence!
  21. 21. Questions?

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