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Presentation about current developments around the Future Internet, the next Work Programme for Internet of Services, and the current constituency's culture, for the eChallenges conference, Istanbul ...

Presentation about current developments around the Future Internet, the next Work Programme for Internet of Services, and the current constituency's culture, for the eChallenges conference, Istanbul (Turkey), 21 October 2009

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    20091021 At Crossroads: Internet of Services Research beyond Call 5 20091021 At Crossroads: Internet of Services Research beyond Call 5 Presentation Transcript

    • At Crossroads: Internet of Services Research beyond Call 5 Arian Zwegers European Commission Information Society and Media Directorate General Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures Unit Copied from Elize Swanepoel
    • Overview • Past • Present • Changes in ‘modalities’ – Work Programme 2011-13 – Future Internet PPP • Changes in contents? – Future Internet – Cloud Computing – Software Engineering – New ideas? • Work Programme 2011-13 • Culture – On missionaries and mercenaries – The good, the bad, and the ugly • Conclusions
    • Past Internet of Services vision A multitude of connected IT services, which are offered, bought, sold, used, repurposed, and composed by a worldwide network of service providers, consumers, aggregators, and brokers - resulting in - a new way of offering, using, and organising IT supported functionality Number of Web services found by SEEKDA Adapted from SAP Research, 2008, and SEEKDA, 2009 crawler during the past 26 months
    • Past FP7 projects Call 1 Service front-ends FAST, m:Ciudad, OPEN, Persist, ServFace Service/Software Engineering (complexity, dependability) Service Architectures DEPLOY, ALIVE, SLA@SOI, SOA4ALL, OMP, Romulus, SHAPE COMPAS, DIVA, MANCOOSI, MOST, Protest, Q-ImPrESS Virtualised Infrastructures IRMOS, RESERVOIR, ADMIRE, SmartLM, STREAM Reference service architecture NEXOF-RA Network of Excellence: S-Cube Support actions NESSI 2010, Service Web 3.0, Flossinclude • 181 M€ invested, 120 M€ EC contribution • Timeframe 2008-2011 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/projects_en.html
    • Past Service Framework Functional Blocks Engineering tools Service consumers Interaction End user Services Interface Context Modelling Consumer Mapping users perspectives to Context Adaptation business/Integration Handling Knowledge “System” Platform Modelling BPM view SVN SVN Business Information Modeling Lifecycle Business Process Execution Services Management Process Service Platform Modeling Composition Service SLA Service Coordination Mediation Negotiation Discovery Service SBS/SBA Communication Modelling Service Lifecycle Service Service Management Registration Execution Service External Native Integration Modelling Reasoning Services Services Services Abstracted Infrastructure and Data Monitoring Infrastructure Abstraction Infrastructure Infrastructure Resources Data Modelling Management Management
    • From past to present
    • Present Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation
    • Present Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation •Continued strong emphasis on core research topics!! •Little variation in research topics during last 4 years!!
    • Present What’s hot: Cloud Computing Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, rapidly and services) that can be provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction (Source: NIST Cloud Computing Project) http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SNS/cloud-computing/cloud-def-v14.doc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UYa6gQC14o
    • Present What’s hot: Cloud Computing Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can berapidly provisioned andnew challenges!! •New ‘delivery model’, released with minimal industry reality!! •Fast becoming management effort or service provider interaction (Source: NIST Cloud Computing Project) http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SNS/cloud-computing/cloud-def-v14.doc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UYa6gQC14o
    • Present What’s hot: Future Internet, convergence Communication Resources Instant messaging IaaS Free email Cable Mobile VPN PaaS Search Public Internet SaaS engines Business Services Satellite Broadcast Information PSTN Virtual Worlds Sharing files Social & Professional Other content-related networks Content services Adapted from Zwegers (2008) and Li (2009)
    • Present What’s hot: Future Internet, convergence Communication Resources Instant messaging IaaS Free email Cable Mobile VPN PaaS Public Internet SaaS •Possible source of inspiration for years to come!! Services Search engines Business •Is happening all around us!! Satellite Information Broadcast PSTN Virtual Worlds Sharing files Social & Professional Other content-related networks Content services Adapted from Zwegers (2008) and Li (2009)
    • From present to future
    • Changes in ‘modalities’ WP 2011-13 5. ICT for 6. ICT for 7. ICT for the 8. Digital Health and a low-carbon enterprise and libraries and well-being economy manufacturing learning 1. Networking, computing and service infrastructure Future and Emerging Future Internet PPP Technologies 2. Smart environments, cognition, interaction and control JTIs ENIAC and ARTEMIS 3. Alternative paths to components 4. Content, information management & media technologies International cooperation – Other horizontal actions GC PPP AAL EeB PPP FoF PPP
    • Changes in ‘modalities’ WP 2011-13 5. ICT for 6. ICT for 7. ICT for the 8. Digital Health and a low-carbon enterprise and libraries and well-being economy manufacturing learning 1. Networking, computing and service infrastructure Future and Emerging Future Internet PPP Technologies 2. Smart environments, cognition, interaction and control New modalities and some fine-tuning!! JTIs ENIAC and ARTEMIS 3. Alternative paths to components 4. Content, information management & media technologies International cooperation – Other horizontal actions GC PPP AAL EeB PPP FoF PPP
    • Changes in ‘modalities’ Future Internet Communication Future Internet Communication • Strengthening R&D investments – Comprehensive approach to R&D – Minimum 200 M€/year for 2011-2013 – Future Internet Assembly • Leveraging Member States initiatives • Building a public-private partnership – Use of FP7 instruments for 2011-2013 – Specific WP and modalities – Additional 300 M€ for 2011-2013 – Approach for FP8 by end 2011 To be published in Autumn 2009 http://ec.europa.eu/foi
    • Changes in ‘modalities’ Future Internet Communication Future Internet Communication • Strengthening R&D investments – Comprehensive approach to R&D – Minimum 200 M€/year for 2011-2013 – Future Internet Assembly • Leveraging Member States initiatives Increasing emphasis on Future Internet!! • Building a public-private partnership – Use of FP7 instruments for 2011-2013 – Specific WP and modalities – Additional 300 M€ for 2011-2013 – Approach for FP8 by end 2011 To be published in Autumn 2009 http://ec.europa.eu/foi
    • Changes in ‘modalities’ Future Internet PPP Future Internet public-private partnership (PPP) • Objectives – Advancing European industrial know-how in Future Internet technologies and systems – Supporting emergence of Future Internet-enhanced applications of public relevance • Recently initiated and proposed by industry – Industry leadership expected! – Industry leadership expected!! – Industry leadership expected!!! • Role of European Technology Platforms? • EC report on instruments • EC report on contents • First call: ?? http://ec.europa.eu/foi, http://www.future-internet.eu
    • Changes in ‘modalities’ Future Internet PPP Future Internet public-private partnership (PPP) • Objectives – Advancing European industrial know-how in Future Internet technologies and systems – Supporting emergence of Future Internet-enhanced applications of public relevance • Recently initiated and proposed by industry – Industry leadership expected! – Industry leadership expected!!innovation!! New way of doing – Industry leadership expected!!! • Role of European Technology Platforms? • EC report on instruments • EC report on contents • First call: ?? http://ec.europa.eu/foi, http://www.future-internet.eu
    • Changes in contents Future Internet: convergence vs software focus • Convergence – Specific focus in Call 1 and Call 5 – More orientation towards network communications and media – Involvement of other communities • Software – ‘Old’ issues are still relevant issues – ‘New’ issues? – Majority of existing constituency
    • Changes in contents Cloud Computing: research vs practice • Research – Open issues – Timing • Practice – Industry reality – What’s in it for Europe? http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/events-20100126-cloud-computing_en.html http://www.economist.com/displaystory.cfm?story_id=14637206
    • Changes in contents Software Engineering: innovative vs traditional • Innovative – Ever changing topics – Finding new green pastures – Supporting creation new industry and markets • Traditional – ‘Old’ issues are still relevant issues – Solving industry’s main problems – Upholding the incumbents
    • Changes in contents New ideas beyond the horizon • ???? • Multi-core programming • Energy-efficiency • Smart XYZ
    • Changes in contents Some considerations • Treaty – “To increase competitiveness of European industry” • vs – ‘Highly innovative’ research – ‘Me too’ research – ‘Same old’ research – ‘Creative destruction’ research
    • Changes in contents Some considerations • Treaty – “To increase competitiveness not enough; “Knowing is of European industry” we must apply. Willing is not enough; • vs we must do.” – ‘Highly innovative’ research – ‘Me too’ research – ‘Same old’ research – ‘Creative destruction’ research
    • Work Programme 2011-13 Planning FP&SP Proposed text Orientations (ICT Dirs) ISTAG Reports Consul- Draft WP tation (ICT Dirs) Reports ETP SRAs First draft to ICTC for Consolidation discussion workshop IPPA report Full text report for opinion Road- Commission mapping Reports Decision WP Workshop published reports Call(s) published Online consultation 12/2009 12/2009 02/2010 07/2010 07/2010 07/2010 Note: dates are tentative
    • Work Programme 2011-13 Events (Objective 1.2 only) • Past – Long-term research challenges, 4 May 2009 – Convergence, 7 May 2009 – Software evolution & maintenance, 24 Sept 2009 • Future – Multi-core software engineering, ?? Nov 2009 – Theseus – NESSI meeting, 18 Nov 2009 – Cloud computing, 26 Jan 2010 – Other consultations? • Ongoing – Cloud computing report – Online consultation via ECSS, until 2 Nov 2009 See http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/, http://www.eu-ecss.eu/
    • Culture The good, the bad, and the ugly The Missionary The Mercenary
    • Culture The good, the bad, and the ugly What the missionaries say and don’t say: • “All projects end successfully” • “We need more money” • Facilitates cooperation and research across EU borders • Supports European research community, ERA • Targets EU industry competitiveness • Some success stories
    • Culture The good, the bad, and the ugly What the mercenaries say and don’t say: • “All projects end successfully” • “We need more money” • Proposal phase strategies • Disappointing results • Exploitation below potential
    • Culture The good, the bad, and the ugly What EC says and doesn’t say: • “All projects end successfully” • “We need more money” • Results are due to evaluators and/or reviewers and thanks to <fill in favourite here>… • Business as usual • Reputation risk
    • Culture The good, the bad, and the ugly Taking into account • “There is no point telling the devil he’s bad” • Co-dependence and co-evolution Some suggestions • Not everything can be successful – Annual termination of worst project(s) – Distribute savings among the best project(s) • Getting the “right” proposals (kind of tricky) – “Interpret WP” with workshops – “Focus WP” by summarising domain / workshops – Spread the word • Do not favour the incumbents – Stop “counselling” process after call is opened – Technology providers as technology providers, not end users • Instruct evaluators in evaluation criteria interpretation – Do not overly penalise on “correctable” issues – Let a hundred flowers blossom • Get serious or get out
    • And now what? WE have a problem! What are YOU going to do about it?
    • Conclusions Research means change so research means change • Research is a means to an end • Research modalities change to (better) reach the ends • What research contents is needed to reach the ends? • How to address cultural issues? • Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do
    • Questions?
    • For more information FP7 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/ Future Internet http://ec.europa.eu/foi http://www.future-internet.eu/ This presentation http://www.slideshare.net/azwegers E-mail Arian.Zwegers@ec.europa.eu