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Subject: Request an OASIS Open Repository project be created

Submitted on Monday, August 28, 2017 - 16:58
Submitted by user:
Submitted values are:

Your name: Joe Brule
TC name: OASIS Open Command and Control (OpenC2) TC
TC email address: openc2@lists.oasis-open.org
GitHub name: openc2-reactor-relay
Purpose statement: The purpose of the openc2-reactor-relay repository is to
demonstrate how OpenC2 can be deployed as a means to manage and administrate
geographically disparate network, and (b) provision a codebase to enable
prototype efforts.
Description: Reactor-relay provides a simple, modular API to accepting OpenC2
commands and converting them into Python actions
Open source license: Apache License v 2.0
Mr. Dave Kemp (National Security Agency) ; dpkemp@radium.ncsc.mil; davaya
Mr. Adam Bradbury (Zepko Corporation); adam.bradbury@zepko.com;
Approval link: https://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ballot.php?id=3115
Reactor-relay can be administered by non-technical staff. It allows the end
to link profile code, to OpenC2 commands and actuators, and handles

The relay is called by an upstream Orchestrator (See reactor-master), the
is, that an enterprise has multiple sites and clients, with different
capabilities and network layouts, buy allowing engineers to create a topology
"Relays" commands can be routed to multiple sites from a central server,
the need for that central server to connect into each actuator directly.
remote access as root to a web server from the internet).

Relays provide a way for us to define specific use cases and actuators per
client, and provide a secure ip-locked TLS channel to execute those actions.

The associated GitHub repository is: openc2-reactor-master

The initial codebase will be imported from the OpenC2 Forum's Github
    The initial maintainer of the openc2-orchid shall be Mr. Dave Kemp
Security Agency) with Mr. Adam Bradbury as the technical lead (Zepko

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