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Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit
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Recap of MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions by Justin Brunelle of MITRE | December 17, 2013 | Federal Cloud Computing Summit

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Justin Brunelle of MITRE gave a recap of the MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions at the Federal Cloud Computing Summit on Dec. 17, 2013 at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C.

Justin Brunelle of MITRE gave a recap of the MITRE Cloud Collaboration Sessions at the Federal Cloud Computing Summit on Dec. 17, 2013 at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C.

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  • Thanks collaboration session attendees. great turnout from government, industry, and academia generated actionable recommendations for major cloud challengesThank Tom Suder and MobileGov for hostingThanks government and industry for attending
  • From MITREThought leader in cloud computingLead cloud research for the DoD and ICCurrent focus is on tactical clouds, ad-hoc cloud data sharingSTEM Outreach lead in Hampton RoadsAlso a PhD Student at ODUResearching web scienceIncluding the Memento project focusing on web-scale data extraction and organizationIn my work:Established an understanding of major challenge areasSeen parallels between government, industry, and academiaThe collaboration sessions we held yesterday provided an opportunity for each of those three groups to collaborate on lessons learned, approaches, and actionable recommendations for solving these challenge areas.More importantly, this is the first attempt at establishing a government-industry-academia community of collaboration around cloud computing.
  • Recommendations for migrating to- and between-cloudsApproaches for ensuring data and service portabilityRecommendations/Approaches/Standards for allowing cross-cloud communication and data sharing (both between and within silos in the government).
  • Recommendations for migrating to- and between-cloudsApproaches for ensuring data and service portabilityRecommendations/Approaches/Standards for allowing cross-cloud communication and data sharing (both between and within silos in the government).
  • Recommendations for migrating to- and between-cloudsApproaches for ensuring data and service portabilityRecommendations/Approaches/Standards for allowing cross-cloud communication and data sharing (both between and within silos in the government).
  • Recommendations for migrating to- and between-cloudsApproaches for ensuring data and service portabilityRecommendations/Approaches/Standards for allowing cross-cloud communication and data sharing (both between and within silos in the government).
  • Recommendations for migrating to- and between-cloudsApproaches for ensuring data and service portabilityRecommendations/Approaches/Standards for allowing cross-cloud communication and data sharing (both between and within silos in the government).
  • As mentioned, this is the first attempt at utilizing academics at this scalePast academic publications include foundations for cloud.Many relevant discoveries have come out of academia. Government has the opportunity to direct which outcomes are worked.Benefits to Industry/GovernmentAcademics provide theoretical perspectiveCapable of research grant money (NSF)Provide high-level outcomesPageRank, kryder’s law and its role in cloud pricing, and the REST paradigm were all academic deliverables – peer review and doctoral worksBenefits to Academia:Curriculum designIncreased research fundingHigher quality graduatesBetter workforce, increased collaboration, higher-quality deliverables
  • Call for mentor participationHelp direct curriculaSet research goalsLeverage academic researchCreate partnerships/talent pipelinesWe are working to create the community around thisLeverage the contacts to government, academia, and industry between AMARC and MITRE
  • As a testimony to academic successes and planned use, I’d like to introduce Dan Mintz from AMARC.
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    1. Leveraging Academia to Solve Cloud Challenges Justin F. Brunelle The MITRE Corporation jbrunelle@mitre.org
    2. Thank you!
    3. Justin F. Brunelle jbrunelle@mitre.org
    4. Cloud Working Group: Tactical Cloud • Government collaboration – Data replication – Ad hoc/distributed cloud analytics – Identity Access Management – Federated Query
    5. Interoperability & Portability • Cloud enables interoperability • Mobile is key • Universal service catalog • Need improved models
    6. End-to-end Service Delivery • Need a la carte pricing • Not all services suitable for cloud • Need improved models • Assured elasticity with fixed max cost
    7. Federal Standards and SLAs • • • • SLAs for multiple providers Improved governance Agile methods for cloud provisioning Federal collaboration needed
    8. Cyber Security • • • • Need Security as a Service A la Carte security procurement Security as contractual obligation Automatic detection
    9. Academic Collaboration • Interop: mobile as enabler • End-to-end: need real-time to disconnected users • SLAs: improved modeling • Security: need automatic detection • Need: – Industry days – Attention to government trends – Industry to Academia Signal for need
    10. Academics to shape cloud landscape
    11. Call for mentors! • Leverage Academia • Use a talent agent – AMARC – MITRE jbrunelle@mitre.org
    12. Dan Mintz • • • • Executive Director of AMARC Former CIO Fed 100 Award Winner Adjunct Professor, IT Education: – Syracuse University – University of Maryland University College

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