Concepts and Architectural Overview

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Introducing Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper

What Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper Provides

Access to Telecom Network Service Capabilities Using APIs Based on Well-Known Standards

Access to Oracle Communications Converged Application Server for Connectivity to SIP Network Infrastructure

Application Development Tools

Support for Automating Partner Management Using Web Services

Common Access Control for Both Internal and Third Party Applications

Flexible Authorization Control Based on Fine-Grained Policy Decisions

Enhanced Network Protection

Built-in Network Routing

Carrier Grade and Fully Scalable Architecture

OSS and Billing System Integration

Subscriber Personalization and Protection

Extensible Architecture

Software Architecture Overview


Communication Services

Container Services

Deployment Model

Introducing Communication Services


How They Work

Typical Application-Initiated Traffic Flow

Typical Network-Triggered Traffic Flow

Platform Features

Service Level Agreements and Policy Enforcement

Service Level Agreements and Network Protection

Traffic Security

Events, Alarms, and Charging

Statistics and Transaction Units

Developing Applications

Overview of Interfaces

SOAP-Based Interfaces

RESTful Interfaces

Native Interfaces



Managing Application Service Providers


The Administration Model

Partner Relationship Management Interfaces

Other Tasks Associated with Administering Service Providers

Managing Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper: OAM


The WebLogic and Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper Management Console

OAM Tasks Overview

OSS Integration

Charging and Billing Integration


CDR-Based Charging

Data Generation

Content-Based Charging and Accounting

Billing System Integration

Billing Gateways

CDR Database

Charging Using Diameter

Redundancy, Load Balancing, and High Availability


Traffic Management Inside Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper

Application-Initiated Traffic

Network-triggered Traffic

Registering Notifications with Network Nodes

Notification Life Span

When the Network Node Supports Primary and Secondary Notification

When the Network Node Supports Only Single Notification

Network Configuration

Geographic Redundancy

Geo-Redundant Sites

Applications and Geo-Redundancy

Service Extensibility


The Platform Development Studio

Standards and Specifications

Application-Facing Interfaces

Parlay X 2.1

Parlay X 3.0

Extended Web Services

Binary SMS

WAP Push

Subscriber Profile LDAP



Network Protocol Plug-Ins


Identity and Trust

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