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@MISC{Rosenberg_end-to-endsecurity, author = {Florian Rosenberg and Rania Khalaf and Matthew Duftler and Francisco Curbera and Paula Austel}, title = {End-to-End Security for Enterprise Mashups}, year = {}} Abstract.

In this paper, we present a solution to integrate security concerns into an existing enterprise mashup platform.We provide an extension to the language and runtime and propose a Secure Authentication Service (SAS) to seamlessly facilitate secure authentication and authorization of endusers with the services consumed in the mashup.This paper discusses Home Gateway Initiative software and telecom mashups. What is impact of Home Gateway Initiative decisions to application developers and what can we expect to see on the application market for home devices. INTRODUCTION The paper concerns several highly sophisticated areas.About Home Gateway Mashups Manfred Schneps-Schneppe, Dmitry Namiot Abstract— This paper discusses Home Gateway Initiative software and telecom mashups. What is impact of Home Gateway Initiative decisions to application developers and what can we expect to see on the application market for home devices. At the first hand it is Internet protocol multimedia subsystem (IMS).IMS is defined by 3GPP as a new subsystem, i.e., a new mobile network infrastructure that enables the convergence of data, speech, and mobile network technology over an IP-based infrastructure. In Web development, a mashup is a Web page or application that uses and combines data, presentation or functionality from two or more sources to create new services (Fig. The term implies easy, fast integration, frequently using open APIs (an interface implemented by a software program that enables it to interact with other Manuscript received Jun 24, 2013. Schneps-Schneppe is with the Ventspils International Radio Astronomy Centre, Ventspils University College, Ventspils, Latvia (e-mail: [email protected]). Namiot is with the Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia (email: [email protected]).

IMS was designed to fill the gap between the existing traditional telecommunications technology and Internet technology. software) and data sources to produce enriched results that were not necessarily the original reason for producing the raw source data.

The architecture of IMS specifically helps enable and enhance real-time multimedia mobile services such as rich voice services, video telephony, messaging, conferencing, and push services. It is developing now around Home Gateway Initiative (HGI) - a non-profit making organization created to define guidelines and specifications for broadband Home Gateways. Most of the HGI operators are moving towards an IMS oriented architecture (as per HGI papers). At this moment most of the application developments in the web area and telecom area could be classified as mashups. The emerging Web 2.0 marketplace presents an important opportunity for Telecom operators to sell their own capabilities and content as services.

Although IMS was designed for mobile networks, it can also be used to provide services for fixed networks at the same time, providing unique mixtures of services with transparency for the end user. Operators have a wealth of content associated with their network as well as core network enablers, e.g.

call control, presence and messaging, which could serve as potential new revenue streams in a Web 2.0 world.

Moreover, with the looming threat from Internet companies, there is an increasing need for operators to make both core and value-added functions reusable and mashable [1]. From the practical point of view mashup (telecom mashup particularly) means some combination of applications.

For the telecom mashups it means that we will not or, in the most cases, cannot develop the whole application as a monolithic system. It could be a complexity of development, lack of the proper description, constantly changed business requirements etc.