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20080325 Software, Services, and Semantics in FP7

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Presentation about Software, Services, and Semantics in FP7, I-ESA '08 conference, Berlin (Germany), 25 March 2008

Presentation about Software, Services, and Semantics in FP7, I-ESA '08 conference, Berlin (Germany), 25 March 2008

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    • 1. Software, Services, and Semantics in FP7 Arian Zwegers Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 2. Overview • Semantics in the EC – Internal IT department, DG DIGIT – IDA • Semantics research in FP7 – NESSI Technology Platform – Projects in Software & Services – Future Internet – Internet of Services • Conclusions Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 3. Current practice Legacy Purchased E-marketplaces Applications Packages HTTP/ XML Autonomous Message Down- Divisions queue load file FTP Screen Screen Down- scrape scrape CICS gateway Trans- Trans- load file action action Sockets RPC file ORB Gateway file E-mail Message SMTP Applications Trans- Trans- queue in Trading action action Message file CICS gateway file Partners queue XML/ Browser HTTP End-User Down- Message load file APPC Outsourced and Development ASP Applications From Applications Mergers and Acquisitions Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08 (Source: Gartner)
    • 4. EC situation Semantic Interoperability: A(Source: European Commission) Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 5. EC situation Semantic Interoperability: A(Source: European Commission) Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 6. Commission Enterprise Architecture Framework Semantic Interoperability: A(Source: European Commission) Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 7. Various models Semantic Interoperability: A(Source: European Commission) Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 8. Functional perspective: domain model Semantic Interoperability: A(Source: European Commission) Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 9. Interchange of Data between Administrations (IDA) Some requirements • Metadata – Data accompanying documents – Policies needed • Document Identification – Naming and addressing documents – Standardised way of identifying, labelling and addressing documents (and other objects) • “Semantic Web” – Navigating web sites, intelligent queries • XML-based ‘common vocabularies’ – Common ‘understanding’ between legislators Semantic Interoperability: A(Source: European Commission) Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 10. Injecting over €9bn to boost European Information and Communication Technologies Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 11. NESSI Aims to develop a visionary strategy for Software and Services driven by a common Strategic Research Agenda where innovation and business strengths are reinforced. Expected impact: • standardisation, common service platform open standards • improve EU competitiveness in S&S • reduce sector fragmentation and align R&D efforts • openness: an open initiative mobilising SMEs, academia and industry http://www.nessi-europe.eu • address key R&D and policy challenges in S&S Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 12. NESSI Working Groups Business Services NESSI Public Sector Health Skills & Employability Landscape (02/2008) Future of ICT SME Open Source Core Internet NESSI Software Services Adoption Proposed Working Group Business Software Software Service Process Oriented Engineering Engineering ManagementInfrastructure NESSI Framework Existing Working Group User Trust, Services Service Semantic Security, Sciences Interaction Technology Dependability Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08 (Source: NESSI, 2008)
    • 13. NESSI Semantic Technologies Working Group • Manifesto: Research areas – Semantic mediation – Automated reasoning – Semantic information integration – Semantic technologies relating to service description, discovery and composition – Web 2.0 technologies • Research roadmap 2007-2010 – Vision of Semantically-Enabled Service- oriented Architecture (SESA) – Need for Semantic Execution Environment Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08 (See also: http://www.nessi-europe.eu/)
    • 14. ICT Work Programme i2010 End-to-end systems for Socio-economic goals Flagships Digital ICT for Intelligent ICT for content health car and independent and sustainable living and ETPs knowledge growth inclusion Network and Technology roadblocks service Future and Emerging infrastructures Technologies Cognitive systems, robotics and interaction Components, subsystems and embedded systems Semantic Interoperability: A(Source: ICT WP2007-2008) Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 15. ICT Work Programme i2010 End-to-end systems for Socio-economic goals Flagships Digital ICT for Intelligent ICT for content health car and independent and sustainable living and ETPs knowledge growth inclusion Network and Technology roadblocks service Future and Emerging infrastructures Technologies Cognitive systems, robotics and • Automatically tagging content interaction with semantic metadata • Semantic Foundations Components, • Advanced Knowledge subsystems and Management Systems embedded systems Semantic Interoperability: A(Source: ICT WP2007-2008) Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 16. Obj 1.2, Software & Services Overview of projects from call 1 Users & service front-ends Persist, ServFace, m:Ciudad, ALIVE, OPEN Software & Service Engineering Services (complexity, SLA@SOI, SOA4ALL, Romulus, ADMIRE, SHAPE dependability) DEPLOY, S-CUBE, Protest, Q-Impress, Infrastructure/Virtualisation FAST, COMPAS, RESERVOIR, IRMOS, SmartLM, STREAM, OMP MANCOOSI, MOST, DIVA Reference service architecture NEXOF-RA Support actions NESSI 2010, Service Web 3.0 Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08 (See also: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/projects_en.html)
    • 17. SOA4All SOA As the emerging dominant paradigm for application development which abstracts Web principles from software to the notion of a service Context To scale SOA to a Adapting to meet local world wide web environment constraints, communications organizational policies infrastructure and personal preferences Web 2.0 Semantic Web As a means to structure human-machine To automate service cooperation in an efficient discovery, mediation & & cost-effective manner composition Semantic Interoperability: A(See also: http://www.soa4all.eu) Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 18. Semantic Technology Institute Services and clusters Roadmaps Testbeds and Standardisation Education Commercialisation service challenges and ref. archi- service service service tectures service SUPER cluster (Semantic Business Process Modelling) TripCom cluster (Semantic Space-based Computing) NeoN cluster (Web of Ontologies) LarKC cluster (Web-scale Reasoning) ACTIVE cluster (Semantic Enterprise Knowledge Management) SOA4All/ServiceWeb3.0 cluster (Web-scale service-oriented computing) Semantic Interoperability: A(See also: http://www.serviceweb30.eu/ Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 19. Future research Future Internet Internet of Services, Service Web 3D Internet Trust Security Networks of the Future Sources: 3GPP, 3GPP2, Qualcomm, WiMAX Forum http://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/EXPORT/DL/38496.pdf Internet of Things http://www.itu.int/osg/spu/publications/internetofthings/ Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08 Second Life
    • 20. Internet of Tomorrow needs Intelligent Services • Most of the digital universe will remain unstructured •How will the Consumer dynamically discover the existence of a Service Provider? • Tools and techniques will •How can the Consumer locate the Provider? be required to add •How can the Consumer and Provider describe structure to this content how to connect to each other, in a standard to improve search, format which can be understood regardless of discovery, management, their IT platforms? security, and storage •How can they exchange messages in a common • We will be facing serious messaging format which is independent of their problems in information: underlying platforms? – finding •What data format can they use to exchange – extracting data independent of their underlying database technologies? – representing – interpreting – maintaining Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08 Source: Joao Da Silva, EC
    • 21. New roles in services • Around 10,000 active endpoints described with WSDL files • Service search engines, service crawlers, e.g. Aleph • Service brokers, market places, e.g. StrikeIron Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 22. Future Internet Coming soon… • Bled conference (March 31 - April 2) – Bled declaration – Various aspects of Future Internet – Issues paper Internet of Services • Semantically-enriched services • Enable automatic service discovery, description, composition, and negotiation • Semantic interoperability to facilitate composition and middleware support • Future Internet Assembly Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08 See also: http://www.fi-bled.eu, http://www.future-internet.eu
    • 23. Conclusions • Semantic interoperability: a hard problem • Various working groups in the area • Future Internet likely overarching theme, with semantic interoperability included Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08
    • 24. For More Information ... FP7 FP7 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/home_en.html http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/home_en.html NESSI NESSI http://www.nessi-europe.eu/ http://www.nessi-europe.eu/ SOA4ALL, Service Web 3.0 SOA4ALL, Service Web 3.0 http://www.soa4all.eu/ http://www.soa4all.eu/ http://www.serviceweb30.eu/ http://www.serviceweb30.eu/ E-mail E-mail <first name>.<last name>@ec.europa.eu <first name>.<last name>@ec.europa.eu Semantic Interoperability: A Practical Approach, I-ESA’08