The Kiuru MSSP server provides interoperable high performance messaging and signature validation and high availability Mobile ID services. You can run four different set-ups based on your MSSP system configuration:
See also the Use Cases document for some examples of how these systems can be combined.
Any Kiuru MSSP can provide service management functions. When running the service management in a specific MSSP called as ME MSSP (Service Management Entity)
- Registration entity
- Provisioning entity
- Reporting entity
Kiuru MSSP is a modular secure message router instead of a monolithic security server. Message routing is defined as configurable rules in a Kiuru MSSP configuration file. A routing rule has an execution condition. When conditions are met the rule processes the message content and forwards the message to further modules such as RoamingClient or WirelessClient or continues to the next rule. Security credentials such as certificates, data sources, and additional modules are defined as resources. By using routing rules and these resources you can define your own MSSP connections and system set-up.
The Kiuru MSSP server provides interoperable high performance messaging and signature validation and high availability services. You can run four different set-ups based on your MSSP system configuration.
All Kiuru MSSP servers communicate by using standard SOAP protocols [ETSI TS 102 207]. Multiple MSSPs running various MSSP roles constitute the Mesh.