Our most recent XchangeCore Webinar introduced XchangeCore 2.0, the next evolution of two
important DHS and DOD information exchange programs. We learned about three key improvements made by the DHS-DOD collaboration.
XchangeCore 2.0 improved core-to-core communication. This "handshake" does a much better job of assuring that messages intended for a remote core are received. This is especially important on less-than-reliable networks. Now, XchangeCore 2.0 adds an additional
check for receipt on a remote core and if not confirmed, an additional notification of the availability of the new or updated work product is provided for the remote core.
"VIRTUAL" CORES: Intra-Core exchange agreements allow a single physical
core to contain multiple "virtual" cores, each with their own independent agreements. These Intra-Core Agreements allow the following exchange rules to be created: To a remote core; To
an organization on the owning or remote core; To a specific application or user on the owning or remote core; To
a specific application or user within a logical group on the owning or remote core; To an organization on the owning or remote core; To
a specific application or user on the owning or remote core; To a specific application or user within an organization on the owning or remote core; and combinations of the above.
MANAGEMENT TOOLS: The new Management Console that accompanies XchangeCore 2.0 has many important features that help to better operate a core and complete the new Intra-Core
The new Management Console uses a web interface for:
Checking other shared cores status
Viewing incidents and alerts
Managing users and groups
Defining business rules between groups, users and other XchangeCores
The XchangeCore 2.0 Management Console ships with XchangeCore 2.0 which is operated
by a not-for-profit corporation for the benefit of the information exchange and sharing user community. The XchangeCore Community is open to anyone: individuals and organizations, public and private sector, for-profit corporations and nongovernmental
organizations. The XchangeCore Community welcomes the private sector as technology providers and stewards of the country's critical infrastructure. For responder agencies, installation
of XchangeCore executable code is available at no cost as part of a program sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security. To determine your eligibility for the no-cost version of XchangeCore, complete the registration on the XchangeCore tab of XchangeCore.org.
the XchangeCore Community Webinar.