eXperimental Infrastructures for the Future Internet
www.fi-xifi.eu
The Community Cloud
and Infrastructure
Federation for ...
Agenda
• Introduction to XIFI
– What is XIFI?
– XIFI and FI-PPP Programme
– XIFI objectives
– XIFI approach
– What are the...
www.fi-xifi.eu
INTRODUCTION TO XIFI
The XIFI Project, its role in the FI-PPP and its objectives
What is XIFI?
• XIFI platform is the community cloud for European FI-PPP
developers enabled by advanced FI infrastructures...
XIFI and FI-PPP Programme
5
XIFI (1 Apr2013 – 30 Mar 2015)
XIFI objectives
• To support advanced experiments on the FI-PPP Core
Platform
• Deploy the Generic Enablers of the Core Pl...
XIFI objectives
• Adding value to EU initiatives: linking test domains
7
FIRE
2nd Phase Early Trials
XIFI to achieve its objectives will:
• Develop a process for providing test infrastructures with the
necessary adaptation ...
Stakeholders
Infrastructures owners and operators
• They will integrate and offer their facilities for experimentation wit...
10
What are the challenges ahead
How to go from experimentation to large scale trials?
• Exploitation toward European Citi...
www.fi-xifi.eu
TECHNICAL INSIGHTS
From the vision to the implementation
11
The XIFI offer
XIFI is the market place to access FI-PPP
technologies and Future Internet infrastructure
offer for large t...
The initial 5 sites:
• Ireland
- Waterford TSSG, HEAnet
• France
- Orange, ImaginLab
• Spain
- Telefónica, Red.es
• German...
Select GEs
Select GE
Instance
Apply for
a key
Use!
VM 1
Monitoring
GE1
GE2
GEn
VM 2
Monitoring
GE1
GE2
GEn
Node 2
GEs Prov...
15
Federation Security
Federation Control API
Infrastructure Monitor
APIs
(Monitor-Provisioning-
Optimization)
Infrastruct...
Services
• FI facilities
• Scalability
• Help Desk
• Elasticity
• Recovery
• Tutorials
16
The XIFI timeline
1st Year
• Define the XIFI core concepts, reference architecture and
development methodology
• Deploy th...
www.fi-xifi.eu
OPEN CALL FOR
ADDITIONAL NODES
Become part of XIFI and benefit from FI-PPP community
18
• The Open Call for additional project partners, aims at involving
providers and operators of additional infrastructures t...
What are we looking for?
• Infrastructures that complement and extend XIFI
current offer (in term of location and FI facil...
Requirements for New Nodes
• Connectivity Requirements
– 1 Gbps GEANT connectivity for the backbone
• Backbone will be imp...
Requirements for New Nodes
• Other General Requirements
– additional capacities may include: sensing environment,
advanced...
23
XIFI partners
Thank you for your attention!
24
Acknowledgments:
The research conducted by XIFI receives funding from the European Commis...
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  1. 1. eXperimental Infrastructures for the Future Internet www.fi-xifi.eu The Community Cloud and Infrastructure Federation for FI-PPP Presenter Name Presenter Email Replace with your logo
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduction to XIFI – What is XIFI? – XIFI and FI-PPP Programme – XIFI objectives – XIFI approach – What are the challenges ahead • Technical Insights – The XIFI offer – Reference Architecture – Services – The XIFI Timeline • Open Call for Additional Nodes – General Information – What are we looking for? – Requirements for new nodes 2
  3. 3. www.fi-xifi.eu INTRODUCTION TO XIFI The XIFI Project, its role in the FI-PPP and its objectives
  4. 4. What is XIFI? • XIFI platform is the community cloud for European FI-PPP developers enabled by advanced FI infrastructures in Europe • XIFI, as part of the overall vision of FI-PPP and following the principle “eat your own dog food”, is based on FI-PPP technologies delivered by FI-WARE 4
  5. 5. XIFI and FI-PPP Programme 5 XIFI (1 Apr2013 – 30 Mar 2015)
  6. 6. XIFI objectives • To support advanced experiments on the FI-PPP Core Platform • Deploy the Generic Enablers of the Core Platform on a federation of infrastructure nodes • Support FI-PPP Use Cases to deploy their applications in the large scale • Support a multiplicity of heterogeneous environments • Leverage existing public investments in advanced infrastructures • Foster collaboration between the FI-PPP Programme and other existing initiatives (EIT ICT Labs, FIRE…) 6
  7. 7. XIFI objectives • Adding value to EU initiatives: linking test domains 7 FIRE 2nd Phase Early Trials
  8. 8. XIFI to achieve its objectives will: • Develop a process for providing test infrastructures with the necessary adaptation and upgrade to support the FI-PPP Enablers from FI-WARE • Start with 5 core sites and federate additional test infrastructures to support the usage requirements stemming from the FI-PPP Phase 2 pilot trials • Validate the capabilities of the test infrastructures to support the FI-PPP Enablers from FI-WARE • Build up the test infrastructure capacity and capability to support the massive increase in FI-PPP application/service developers in Phase 3 8 XIFI approach
  9. 9. Stakeholders Infrastructures owners and operators • They will integrate and offer their facilities for experimentation within the FI-PPP • They will allow the FI-PPP to make more ambitious large-scale deployments in the areas addressed by the Use Case projects and beyond • They will join the XIFI federation thanks to the open call Future Internet developers and experimenters • They will use and experiment the available FI-PPP technology and facilities by implementing various interesting applications and using XIFI federated infrastructures for their test experiments. • They will have access the GEs and SEs deployed at different infrastructures in a transparent way • They will be able to create projects/experiments encompassing more than one single infrastructure in a transparent way Other users (Public authorities, SMEs, end-users such as associations, citizens) • Public authorities will be engaged in order to support experimentation and to promote public and private investment in infrastructures and federating infrastructures • European entrepreneurs, SMEs, developers and application providers, students, researchers, will be able to test what is being developed within their own domains 9
  10. 10. 10 What are the challenges ahead How to go from experimentation to large scale trials? • Exploitation toward European Cities and Regions • 800 Web Developers expected to use XIFI capacities Synergies and cooperation between EU and US in the next period • Cross analysis of best practise among respective sites (Field Trials, European and US Cities and Regions, Communities of Developers)
  11. 11. www.fi-xifi.eu TECHNICAL INSIGHTS From the vision to the implementation 11
  12. 12. The XIFI offer XIFI is the market place to access FI-PPP technologies and Future Internet infrastructure offer for large trials developers in Europe • The two fundamental elements of XIFI offer are: – XIFI will provide Generic Enablers developed in FI-WARE through high-available and reliable "federation" of infrastructures. – XIFI, to support the provisioning of GEs, will leverage on FI infrastructures with different specificity (e.g. in term of location, user community, quality of service, 'special' hardware). 12
  13. 13. The initial 5 sites: • Ireland - Waterford TSSG, HEAnet • France - Orange, ImaginLab • Spain - Telefónica, Red.es • Germany - Deutsche Telekom, Fraunhofer • Italy - Telecom Italia, Trentino Network, CREATE-NET 13 Sevilla Trento Berlin Brittany Waterfor d The XIFI offer
  14. 14. Select GEs Select GE Instance Apply for a key Use! VM 1 Monitoring GE1 GE2 GEn VM 2 Monitoring GE1 GE2 GEn Node 2 GEs Provisioning Modalities Software as a Service Platform as a Service VM 1 Monitoring GE1 GE2 GEn VM 2 Monitoring GE1 GE2 GEn Node 1 XIFI UC Project Select GEs Select Nodes “Cook” Use! Node 2 VM UC1 Monitoring GE2 GE4 GE5 Node 1 XIFI UC Project GE1 GE2 GE3 GE4 GE5 GEn 14
  15. 15. 15 Federation Security Federation Control API Infrastructure Monitor APIs (Monitor-Provisioning- Optimization) Infrastructure Adapter Infrastructure Infrastructure Toolbox Enablers/Services Federation Management UI Infrastructure Monitor APIs (Monitor-Provisioning- Optimization) Infrastructure Adapter Infrastructure Infrastructure Toolbox Enablers/Service s Infrastructure Monitor APIs (Monitor-Provisioning- Optimization) Infrastructure Adapter Infrastructure Infrastructure Toolbox Enablers/Service s Infrastructure Monitor APIs (Monitor-Provisioning- Optimization) Infrastructure Adapter Infrastructure Infrastructure Toolbox Enablers/Service s Infrastructure Monitor APIs Enablers Management APIs (Monitor-Provisioning- Optimization) Infrastructure Adapter Infrastructure Infrastructure Toolbox Enablers/Services Infrastructure (Node)UI FI-WARE Dev. Environment Infinity XiPi Portal XIFIPortalUI Recommendation Tool YellowPages DiscoveryTool SecurityDashboard Interoperability TestingTool SLA&Accounting Dashaboard Infrastructures Marketplace PrivacyDashboard XIFI Specific Tool Provided by FI-WARE Based on FI-WARE GEs + XIFI Specific Developments Third Party / Infrastructure Adapters: 1) Network adapters 2) Resource Monitoring 3) Enabler Management & Monitoring Reference Architecture
  16. 16. Services • FI facilities • Scalability • Help Desk • Elasticity • Recovery • Tutorials 16
  17. 17. The XIFI timeline 1st Year • Define the XIFI core concepts, reference architecture and development methodology • Deploy the core technical infrastructure - Embedding if the core platform testbed(s) - Learning by doing • Provide the framework for the federation of infrastructures (technical / administrative) • Ensure co-existence and interaction between - Sites/nodes - Services/Applications - Platforms • Consider business and economic incentives 2nd Year • Network Enlargement (2M Euro to fund additional infrastructures) • “Deployment” of Use Cases and Trials • Full scale operations with field trials and developers (phase 3) 17 Core Technical Experimental backbone Cities Regions
  18. 18. www.fi-xifi.eu OPEN CALL FOR ADDITIONAL NODES Become part of XIFI and benefit from FI-PPP community 18
  19. 19. • The Open Call for additional project partners, aims at involving providers and operators of additional infrastructures to be connected to XIFI • Maximum budget for new beneficiaries 2,170,000 € • Maximum funding request per proposal 200,000 € • At least 10 additional infrastructures will be selected for a minimum of 12 months • Submission deadline: 27 November 2013, at 17:00 CET • Detailed info on: https://www.fi-xifi.eu/open-call.html 19 General Information
  20. 20. What are we looking for? • Infrastructures that complement and extend XIFI current offer (in term of location and FI facilities) – http://wiki.fi-xifi.eu/Public:NodeDescription • Infrastructures should have data center capacity to deploy FI-WARE platform and XIFI services to be connected to their FI facilities (e.g. sensor networks, advanced wireless, smart factories, smart hospital) • Infrastructures should cover a number of activities in XIFI – http://wiki.fi-xifi.eu/Public:OpenCallActivities 20
  21. 21. Requirements for New Nodes • Connectivity Requirements – 1 Gbps GEANT connectivity for the backbone • Backbone will be implemented in IPv6 – 100 Mbps Internet connectivity for end-users • Service to end-users will be provided in dual stack IPv4 / IPv6 – SEC Firewall • Data Center Requirements – At least 100 CPU cores • Core types: Intel VT-x or AMD AMD-v – RAM 2 GB x Core – HD 20 GB x Core 21
  22. 22. Requirements for New Nodes • Other General Requirements – additional capacities may include: sensing environment, advanced wireless connectivity, smart city datasets... – additional services may include: support, backup, training, access to end-user communities... • More information at: – http://wiki.fi-xifi.eu/Public:NodeMinimalRequirements 22
  23. 23. 23 XIFI partners
  24. 24. Thank you for your attention! 24 Acknowledgments: The research conducted by XIFI receives funding from the European Commission FP7 under grant agreement N°: 604590. The European Commission has no responsibility for the content of this presentation. Find us at www.fi-xifi.eu
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