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ISO/IEC 9594-2

Information technology — Open systems interconnection — Part 2: The Directory: Models

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 November 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 252
ICS Code (Application layer): 35.100.70
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The models defined in this Recommendation | International Standard provide a conceptual and terminological framework for the other ITU-T X.500-series Recommendations | parts of ISO/IEC 9594 which define various aspects of the Directory.

The functional and administrative authority models define ways in which the Directory can be distributed, both functionally and administratively. Generic Directory System Agent (DSA) and DSA information models and an Operational Framework are also provided to support Directory distribution.

The generic Directory Information Models describe the logical structure of the Directory Information Base (DIB) from the perspective of Directory and Administrative Users. In these models, the fact that the Directory is distributed, rather than centralized, is not visible.

This Recommendation | International Standard provides a specialization of the generic Directory Information Models to support Directory Schema administration.

The other ITU-T Recommendations in the X.500 series | parts of ISO/IEC 9594 make use of the concepts defined in this Recommendation | International Standard to define specializations of the generic information and DSA models to provide specific information, DSA and operational models supporting particular directory capabilities (e.g., Replication):

a)the service provided by the Directory is described (in Rec. ITU-T X.511 | ISO/IEC 9594-3) in terms of theconcepts of the information framework: this allows the service provided to be somewhat independent ofthe physical distribution of the DIB;

b)the distributed operation of the Directory is specified (in Rec. ITU-T X.518 | ISO/IEC 9594-4) so as toprovide that service, and therefore maintain that logical information structure, given that the DIB is in facthighly distributed;

c)replication capabilities offered by the component parts of the Directory to improve overall Directoryperformance are specified (in Rec. ITU-T X.525 | ISO/IEC 9594-9).

The security model establishes a framework for the specification of access control mechanisms. It provides a mechanism for identifying the access control scheme in effect in a particular portion of the Directory Information Tree (DIT), and it defines three flexible, specific access control schemes which are suitable for a wide variety of applications and styles of use. The security model also provides a framework for protecting the confidentiality and integrity of directory operations using mechanisms such as encryption and digital signatures. This makes use of the framework for authentication defined in Rec. ITU-T X.509 | ISO/IEC 9594-8 as well as generic upper layers security tools defined in Rec. ITU-T X.830 | ISO/IEC 11586-1.

DSA models establish a framework for the specification of the operation of the components of the Directory. Specifically:

a)the Directory functional model describes how the Directory is manifested as a set of one or morecomponents, each being a DSA;

b)the Directory distribution model describes the principals according to which the DIB entries andentry-copies may be distributed among DSAs;

c)the DSA information model describes the structure of the Directory user and operational information heldin a DSA;

d)the DSA operational framework describes the means by which the definition of specific forms ofcooperation between DSAs to achieve particular objectives (e.g., shadowing) is structured.

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April 14, 2021
Information technology — Open systems interconnection — Part 2: The Directory: Models AMENDMENT 1
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ISO/IEC 9594-2
November 1, 2020
Information technology — Open systems interconnection — Part 2: The Directory: Models
The models defined in this Recommendation | International Standard provide a conceptual and terminological framework for the other ITU-T X.500-series Recommendations | parts of ISO/IEC 9594 which...
May 1, 2017
Information technology - Open Systems Interconnection - The Directory - Part 2: Models
The models defined in this Recommendation | International Standard provide a conceptual and terminological framework for the other ITU-T X.500-series Recommendations | parts of ISO/IEC 9594 which...
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