Omelette Project Overview


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Presentation of the FP7 Omelette Project.

Project Number: 257635
Project duration: 30 months
ICT-2009.1.2 "Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation"

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Omelette Project Overview

  1. 1. Open Mashup Enterprise Service Platform for Linked Data in the Telco Domain Project Presentation December 2010
  2. 2. Table of contents● Consortium● Project Overview● Expected Results● Objectives● Initial scenarios● Contact Information 2
  3. 3. Consortium overviewGESFOR ES Coordinator, Mashups, SecurityHUAWEI CH Use case definitionSAP DE End-user mashups and usabilityTIE NL Assisted manual mashupsTUC DE Web engineeringUNITN IT Web mashups and service compositionUPM ES Telco mashups, automatic mashups, user experience, Linked DataUNIBOL UK Widget technologyT-SYSTEMS DE Multimedia mashups, use caseMMS definition 3
  4. 4. Opportunities, Challenges and Problems Confluence IT/Web/Content● Plenty of opportunities for new services, but not following the traditional telco approach.● Telco assets can be exposed as Services. 4
  5. 5. Opportunities, Challenges and Problems Confluence IT/Web/Content● New revenue sources.  Telco operator is more than “bit pipes”.● New challenges:  How can telco take a piece of the full Web pie?  How can integrators provide an added value in a crowd-sourcing model? 5
  6. 6. Opportunities, Challenges and Problems Internet of Services● Huge dynamic service offer / demand.● Need of tools and technologies for managing this service complexity‘.● Need of new paradigms for managing this complexity. 6
  7. 7. Opportunities, Challenges and Problems Mashups● Mashups: a new challenging paradigm:  Born in the web2.0 for data-based services.  Can transfer the potentials of Service development / customisation to both end users and engineers. 7
  8. 8. Opportunities, Challenges and Problems Mashups● Need of standardisation on mashup technology:  Runtime.  Development tool.  Interoperability.● Telco mashups, a new concept:  Voice 2.0 / Multimedia services:  Real-time services.  Converged services.  New handset capabilities: Geolocation, gyroscope. 8
  9. 9. OMELETTE Main ObjectiveResearch on interoperability of Mashups at delivery and user-oriented development levels focused on the telco domain 9
  10. 10. S/T Objectives (I)1. Define extended usability concepts for end-user service creation.2. Define and provide an open interoperable service platform for converged mashup services.3. Research on innovative approaches on converged service engineering integrating telecommunication capabilities in multimodal mashup-based interaction. 10
  11. 11. S/T Objectives (II)4. Research on the relationship of widgets and mashup technologies, taking into account governance and security issues.5. Enable automatic service description and discovery in order to provide automatic mashup composition in a open Future Internet of Services. 11
  12. 12. Goal I: Usability concepts● Human-centric composition: Different strategies:  End-users: Non programming skills.  Developers: Programming skills.● Context of usage.  Component offer depending on the context.● Assistance mechanisms.  Help in composition. 12
  13. 13. Goal II: Open interoperable service platform● Definition of a reference architecture for mashups.  Description: Mashup Description Language (MDL).  Runtime: Mashup Delivery Platform (MDP).● Implementation of this reference architecture.● Collaboration with:  W3C Widgets working group.  Participation in the Open Mashup Alliance. 13
  14. 14. Goal III: Converged Services● Research on converged services: IT, Web & Telco combination.● Mashing-up different kind of components:  Multimedia: Real-time mashup such us video streaming.  Speech: Voice Processing as a service.  Web: Any exposed web service.● Multi-device access. 14
  15. 15. Goal IV: Widget-Mashup relationship● Communication among mashups  Mashup-widget communication (MWC),  Inter-widget communication (IWC)● Definition mashup delivery specification based on W3C Widget specification. 15
  16. 16. Goal V: Automatic service description & Discovery● User assistance:  Recommendation mechanisms for manual composition.  Automatic mechanisms for mashup composition.● Definition of a lightweight description framework. 16
  17. 17. Expected results 17
  18. 18. Expected results 18
  19. 19. Initial Scenarios● Main scenarios:  Scenario 1: Time & Travel Management. o Electronic Travel Service.  Scenario 2: Collaboration & Meetings. o Minute assistance.  Scenario 3: Advanced Call Services. o Intelligent Call Forwarding.  Scenario 4: Maintanance & Helpdesk. o Mobile Multilingual Miner. 19
  20. 20. For any contact information● Coordinator:  Saúl Navarro  Informática Gesfor  Avenida de Manoteras 32, 28050 Madrid (Spain)  Email:  Web: 20
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