Mário Campolargo - Services and clouds as cornerstones of the Digital Agenda

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Mário Campolargo - Services and clouds as cornerstones of the Digital Agenda

  1. 1. Services and clouds as cornerstones of the <br />Digital Agenda<br />ServiceWave Conference Ghent (Belgium), 14 December, 2010 <br />Mário Campolargo<br />European Commission - DG INFSO<br />Director, Emerging Technologies and Infrastructures<br />"The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission"<br />"The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission"<br />
  2. 2. European Digital Agenda<br />Research & Innovation<br />“Fibre”Europe<br />Sustainable Lifestyle<br />DigitalSkills<br />”…an ambitious European Digital Agenda that takes concrete steps towards the completion of an Online Single Market will be a key element in Europe’s sustainable recovery and social development.”<br />Borderless Services & Content Market<br />
  3. 3. an Internet enabled service economy<br />More flexibility, trust, self-*<br />Service-based business<br />models<br />Delivering tailored services to citizens<br />Clouds becoming reality<br />trends ............. challenges ...... opportunities<br />Reducing costs, carbon, energy footprint<br />Wealth of real world data<br />Europe to lead the future service economy<br />All-connected intelligent objects<br />
  4. 4. Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE)<br />“Europe should develop an EU-wide strategy on "cloud computing" notably for government and science. <br /> The strategy should consider economic, legal and institutional aspects.”<br />… but clouds have the potential to underpin several other pillars and actions of the Digital Agenda, such as: promoting innovation, interoperability, open standards and low-energy computing<br />
  5. 5. cloud computing: shifting paradigm<br />XssA<br />reliability<br />Private<br />elasticity<br />types<br />Public<br />virtualisation<br />modes<br />features<br />clouds<br />locality<br />Local<br />Cost cutting<br />Ease of use<br />benefits<br />Remote<br />actors<br />compares to<br />End users<br />Grids<br />SOA<br />Providers<br />Internet of Services<br />Business management<br />
  6. 6. cloud computing: opportunity<br />Need to seize the opportunity of the cloud:<br /><ul><li>Worldwide cloud services revenue to reach EUR 51.6 billion in 2010 (+ 16.6 % annual increase)
  7. 7. Explosion of cloud services and of supply-side activity
  8. 8. Europe has strengths in various adjacent areas (grids, soa, mobile platforms, content,…)</li></li></ul><li>cloud computing: EU approach<br /><ul><li>Build competence and industrial strengths to let Europe staying in the game
  9. 9. Make cloud computing as a mechanism for innovation
  10. 10. Ensure compliance with EU values an rules
  11. 11. Use clouds as an engine for the Single Market
  12. 12. Seize the opportunity of the Future Internet (FI PPP, local innovation-orientation, experimentation, …)</li></li></ul><li>cloud computing: technological gaps<br /><ul><li>Management and control
  13. 13. Performance
  14. 14. Transparency
  15. 15. Reliability, privacy & legal issues</li></ul>– Where is my data?<br />– Who can access it?<br />– Whose law applies?<br />– What rights do I have?<br />– How can I preserve my data in a long term?<br />…<br />
  16. 16. cloud computing: some market issues<br /><ul><li>Vendor strategy
  17. 17. Multiple declinations of the term (“re-branding as cloud”)
  18. 18. Control of technology stack, biz model, standards, …
  19. 19. Concentration/centralisation
  20. 20. Differentiation of offer/user choices
  21. 21. Vendor lock-in & open standards
  22. 22. Cloud interoperability & portability
  23. 23. …</li></li></ul><li>cloud computing:policy issues at stake<br /><ul><li>Data protection, governance, privacy & security, consumers
  24. 24. New governance models and processes
  25. 25. New legislative models
  26. 26. Rules for jurisdiction
  27. 27. Member states and coordination issues
  28. 28. Energy efficiency (green IT)
  29. 29. Communication infrastructure and data roaming
  30. 30. Digital Divide
  31. 31. International trade policy </li></li></ul><li>cloud computing: EU challenges<br /><ul><li>Reduce fragmentation and focus R&D&I investments
  32. 32. Build on EU technological strengths (SOA, Grids, FI, mobile…)
  33. 33. Capitalise on broadband and smart infrastructures deployment
  34. 34. Exploit untapped opportunity of pre-commercial procurement
  35. 35. Foster open standards and involve governments at all levels
  36. 36. Reassure users about the protection of their data
  37. 37. Let IT, telecom and content industries working on a win-win basis</li></li></ul><li>3-fold approach: R&D&I and Policy<br />Leverage e-Science and e-Government as lead markets<br />Use clouds for supporting businesses in Europe<br /><ul><li>leverage applications for mobile clouds
  38. 38. clouds as content servers (e.g. Europeana)
  39. 39. develop software for smart devices</li></ul>Accelerate research in cloud development, targeting future computing systems<br />
  40. 40. conclusions<br /><ul><li>Services and clouds are at the heart of the Future Internet and the DAE
  41. 41. Cloud game is not over. Europe can and should take the lead in its developments
  42. 42. Policy and regulatory actions needed to remove barriers for the full take-up of services and clouds
  43. 43. Strategy for coordination of R&D&I and Policy activities becomes urgent</li></li></ul><li>conclusions<br />A strategy is needed to shape the future world-wide cloud economy, and the actions needed to build a cloud-ready and cloud-active Europe<br /><ul><li>build a trusted basis for SMEs and citizens
  44. 44. achieve coherence between EU and national actions
  45. 45. reap the benefits of Cloud Computing in the wider policy contexts of innovation, and economic growth
  46. 46. ensure a concrete positive outcome of various DAE actions</li></li></ul><li>Thank you<br />

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