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FAA - HDBK-003

NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM (NAS) OPEN SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT (OSE) APPLICATION SERVICES

active, Most Current
Organization: FAA
Publication Date: 27 June 1997
Status: active
Page Count: 39
scope:

This handbook provides the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with information necessary for developing and establishing an organizational Open System Environment (OSE). An OSE is a computing environment that supports portable, scaleable, and interoperable applications. It produces a standards-based environment for heterogeneous, distributed systems and integrates these standards to provide the functionality needed to address a broad range of information processing requirements.

Purpose. This handbook describes the application services within the OSE that are available to FAA users. It is designed to assist FAA project personnel in determining which standards to use when acquiring, developing, or maintaining information systems supported by heterogeneous application platform environments.

Document History

HDBK-003
June 27, 1997
NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM (NAS) OPEN SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT (OSE) APPLICATION SERVICES
This handbook provides the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with information necessary for developing and establishing an organizational Open System Environment (OSE). An OSE is a computing...

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