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Subject: Form submission from: Request a template / starter document

Submitted on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 - 15:22
Submitted by user:
Submitted values are:

Your name: David Lemire
TC name: Open Command and Control (OpenC2)
TC email address: openc2@lists.oasis-open.org
Work product title and version number: OpenC2 Use of Google Cloud Pub/Sub
Work product abbreviation: gglpubsub
Track: Non-Standards Track Work Product
Abstract: Open Command and Control (OpenC2) is a concise and extensible
to enable the command and control of cyber defense components, subsystems
systems in a manner that is agnostic of the underlying products,
transport mechanisms or other aspects of the implementation.  Google Cloud
Platform (GCP) Pub/Sub (i.e., publish / subscribe) is an asynchronous
communication method that enables messages to be exchanged without knowing
identity of the sender or recipient. This document describes the use of GCP
Pub/Sub as a transfer mechanism for OpenC2 messages, and captures experience
lessons learned from utilizing GCP Pub/Sub at the January 2020 OpenC2 Plug
The information contained within this document can be applied when using the
Pub/Sub implementation for conveying OpenC2 command and response messages,
may also be useful with other publish / subscribe protocol implementations.
Template type: Basic (for most prose documents)
Format: Please describe in Notes section
Joe Brule, jmbrule@radium.ncsc.mil, National Security Agency
Duncan Sparrell, duncan@sfractal.com, sFractal Consulting LLC
Robert O'Brian, robert.obrien@omnyon.com, G2, Inc.
David Lemire, david.lemire@hii-tsd.com, G2, Inc.
Notes: Please provide template in Markdown format. A companion ticket for a
version control instance is being submitted.

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