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TS 23.434 (SA6)
Service Enabler Architecture Layer for Verticals –
Functional Architecture and Information Flows

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V16.1.0 (Wzip)2019/09  117 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Pattan, Basavaraj (Basu)

The present document specifies the functional architecture for service enabler architecture layer (SEAL) and the procedures, information flows and APIs for each service within SEAL in order to support vertical industry applications over the 3GPP system. The present document is applicable to vertical industry applications using E-UTRAN or NR access based on the EPC or 5GS architecture. To ensure efficient use and deployment of vertical industry applications over 3GPP systems this specification for SEAL services includes the group management, configuration management, location management, identity management and key management.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 12
2  ReferencesWord-p. 12
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 13
4  Architectural requirementsWord-p. 14
4.1  GeneralWord-p. 14
4.2  Deployment modelsWord-p. 15
4.3  Location managementWord-p. 15
4.4  Group managementWord-p. 15
4.5  Configuration managementWord-p. 16
4.6  Key managementWord-p. 16
4.7  Identity managementWord-p. 16
4.8  Network resource managementWord-p. 16
5  Involved business relationshipsWord-p. 17
6  Generic functional model for SEAL servicesWord-p. 18
6.1  GeneralWord-p. 18
6.2  On-network functional model descriptionWord-p. 18
6.3  Off-network functional model descriptionWord-p. 20
6.4  Functional entities descriptionWord-p. 21
6.5  Reference points descriptionWord-p. 26
7  IdentitiesWord-p. 29
8  Application of functional model to deploymentsWord-p. 30
9  Location managementWord-p. 35
9.1  GeneralWord-p. 35
9.2  Functional model for location managementWord-p. 35
9.3  Procedures and information flows for Location management (on-network)Word-p. 37
9.4  SEAL APIs for location managementWord-p. 45
10  Group managementWord-p. 46
10.1  GeneralWord-p. 46
10.2  Functional model for group managementWord-p. 46
10.3  Procedures and information flows for group managementWord-p. 49
10.4  SEAL APIs for group managementWord-p. 66
11  Configuration managementWord-p. 69
11.1  GeneralWord-p. 69
11.2  Functional model for configuration managementWord-p. 69
11.3  Procedures and information flows for configuration managementWord-p. 72
11.4  SEAL APIs for configuration managementWord-p. 80
12  Identity managementWord-p. 81
12.1  GeneralUpWord-p. 81
12.2  Functional model for identity managementWord-p. 81
12.3  Procedures and information flows for identity managementWord-p. 83
12.4  SEAL APIs for identity managementWord-p. 85
13  Key managementWord-p. 85
13.1  GeneralWord-p. 85
13.2  Functional model for key managementUpWord-p. 85
13.3  Procedures and information flows for key managementWord-p. 88
13.4  SEAL APIs for key managementWord-p. 88
14  Network resource managementWord-p. 88
14.1  GeneralWord-p. 88
14.2  Functional model for network resource managementWord-p. 89
14.3  Procedures and information flows for network resource managementWord-p. 91
14.4  SEAL APIs for network resource managementWord-p. 112
15  Service-based interface representation of the functional model for SEAL servicesWord-p. 113
A  SEAL integration with 3GPP network exposure systemsWord-p. 114
B  SEAL functional model mapping with Common functional architecture (CFA)Word-p. 116
C  Change historyWord-p. 117

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