A new application for a certification for software-based networking applications (SBI) has been announced.
It is called ISO 14002 Certification, and it certifies a “software-defined networking” (SNE) solution as having ISO 14005 compliance, according to the certification document.
The ISO 14000 standard was established in 2006, and is used by some SBIs.
A SBI may include software defined networking (SDN) components that are capable of communicating over a network, and the requirements are generally similar to that for a standard, such as that of IEEE 802.3af or IEEE 802., the certification documents says.
For example, an application for ISO 14003 would require that the SDN be designed to communicate over a 2.4GHz network.
An ISO 14007 application for the same certification would require it to support a single 10GHz 802.11n network, or 802.12n.
“An ISO 14010 application would require a solution that is capable of working with either 802.1x or 802 and 802.2n networks, depending on the implementation,” the certification summary states.
The new certification document, which is based on the ISO 14004, is being released this week.
ISO 14008, an ISO 7001 standard, is also in use for networking certification.
It was established by the IEEE in 2002, and ISO 14009 is used to certify networking products that support 802.10n, IEEE 802, and 802x protocols.
It says that the requirements for each standard have been carefully considered and validated by the various ISO membership bodies.
The certification process can be completed in under a week, according the certification guide.
For the SBI certification, the ISO 13000 and ISO 13002 requirements are the same as for the ISO14001 certification.
For those with more advanced networking needs, the certification can be done in under three weeks, the guide says.
“The ISO 1400 and ISO1401 standards are for SDN networking,” the guide states.
“There is no need to go into any further detail about the requirements.
The process is as follows: the applicant should have an application, which can be downloaded from the ISO website, complete with a certificate.
The applicant then needs to complete the ISO ISO 1300-13002 certification examination in a secure environment using the software available at the application site.
This test is similar to the ISO13000 exam that has been approved by ISO for the SSE network, but is designed to be less stringent than the standard ISO 14006, the document states.
An application for an SBI requires that the SBD be designed and built to communicate across a 2GHz network and to be capable of supporting multiple 802.4 networks, according ISO 14012.
An SBI will also require that it be capable, when used for SBI network deployment, of delivering up to one terabit of traffic per second.
An image of the application for both ISO 14011 and ISO 15001, which are based on ISO 14014, are also available online.
Both of the new certification processes are part of a broader effort by the ISO to build a standard for the development and use of SBI networking products, the documentation says.
The document says the ISO is also working on an SBD-based certification for network connectivity and networking services.
In the meantime, it has already launched a pilot project to help the SIA (the Society of Industrial Engineers) make the certification process easier for applications.
“Applications can be developed and tested in just one day using the ISO SIF (Software and Infrastructure Integration) standard.””
This pilot project is designed for the industry, and has the aim of facilitating the SIB process by allowing for quick and easy integration of the software for the application,” the ISO said in a statement.
“Applications can be developed and tested in just one day using the ISO SIF (Software and Infrastructure Integration) standard.”