ETSI ISG MEC (Multi access Edge Computing) Phase 2
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|From Contact||Chantal Bonardi|
|To Contacts||The IETF Chair <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Cc||The IESG <email@example.com>
The IETF Chair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Deadline||2017-06-09 Action Needed|
1. Overall description: ETSI ISG MEC would like to inform IETF that we have held the first meeting of our second phase of operation, with a new leadership team and new Terms of Reference. We have also approved a new work item to update our Use Cases and Requirements specification GS MEC 002 based on but not limited to our new ToR. The following candidate topics are now in scope for Phase 2: • Support for non-3GPP access technologies to broaden the applicability of the MEC in terms of access specific network capability and information exposure to the applications • Expanding the support of virtualization (e.g. containers, Platform-as-a-Service, distributed virtualization) to render the MEC environment as attractive as possible for 3rd party application developers/ISVs • Support for new charging models, in collaboration with the 3GPP and other relevant SDOs • MEC Integration in NFV environment • Filling any gaps related to lawful interception, in collaboration with the 3GPP and ETSI TC LI. • New compelling use cases that may identify additional missing parts that the ISG will agree to work on (e.g. enhanced security in a multi-access domain). In addition, the ISG plans to develop specifications on testing and test methodologies and shall consider how to best leverage the ETSI capabilities in this area. The ISG will continue to coordinate experimentation and showcasing of MEC solutions (e.g. PoC Zone), and will produce PoC case studies and documents/reports of PoC results. The goal of ETSI MEC is to incorporate operational and delivery experience from the ETSI MEC PoCs and re-introduce concepts into existing and future MEC specifications. The ISG will work to strengthen the collaboration with other organizations and also plans to work constructively with open source communities. 2. Actions: ETSI ISG MEC encourages IETF to send any agreed MEC related use cases and requirements from your meetings to us via common member contributions to our meetings. 3. Date of next meetings of the originator: MEC#9b 25-27 April 2017 Munich, DE. MEC#10 12-15 June 2017 Beijing, CN.