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FInES, ENSEMBLE and A Scientific Perspective For Enterprise Interoperability

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An overview of the interoperability history that led to the concept of the Enterprise Interoperability Science Base; the methodology followed; the main achievements so far and the key challenges …

An overview of the interoperability history that led to the concept of the Enterprise Interoperability Science Base; the methodology followed; the main achievements so far and the key challenges towards the future.

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  • 1. FP7 Call 5 Support Action, FP7-ICT-257548 FINES, ENSEMBLE AND A SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVE FOR ENTERPRISE INTEROPERABILITY Dr. Fenareti Lampathaki, Greek Interoperability Centre, National Technical University of Greece (NTUA) Samos 2012 Summit on Open Data & Interoperability for Governance, Industry &Society Samos, July 3rd, 2012National Technical University Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Coventry University UNINOVA - Instituto de INTRASOFT International S.A. of Athens (Coordinator) Istituto Di Analisi Dei Sistemi Ed Desenvolvimento de Novas Informatica “A. Ruberti” Tecnologias
  • 2. Future Internet from a business perspective«The full potential of the Future Internet is accessible to, relevant for, and put to use by European enterprises including SMEs. The Internet thus becomes a universal business system on which new values can be created by competing as well ascollaborating enterprises - incumbent as well as new - through innovation in a level playing field, with sustainable positive benefits for the economy, society and the environment.» Vision defined in FInES Position Paper, September 2009 Samos 2012 Summit, July 5th, 2011 2
  • 3. >40 projects >950 stakeholdersSamos 2012 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 3
  • 4. 0 ENSEMBLE is about supporting and promoting Future Internet research activities from an Enterprise perspective (i.e. taking responsibility for the revision of the Research Roadmap or the coordination of the Task Forces)…0 ENSEMBLE is about structuring and systematizing the scientific knowledge around Enterprise Interoperability (EI) over the years…0 ENSEMBLE is about creating a sustainable system infrastructure for the Future Internet Enterprise Systems (FInES) community…0 ENSEMBLE is about collaborating with researchers, practitioners and projects… Samos 2012 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 4
  • 5. There is quite some history here…
  • 6. Different interpretations of existing EI knowledgeWassily Kandinsky (1913) Composition VII
  • 7. With an Enterprise Interoperability Science Base (EISB) defined with a long-term problem solving view as opposed to short-term solution provisioning, and comprising a new set of concepts, theories and principles derived from established and emerging sciences, it will be possible to harvest the new technology paradigms of the Future Internet reusing existing EI methods and tools, and avoiding repeating research and missing opportunities. EISB = A different way to deal with interoperability, tackling issues at design time, with a systemic way Samos 2012 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 7
  • 8. March 2011: Definition of March-July 2012: Online the EISB and study of and face-to-face the State of Play validation workshops July 2006: Enterprise June-July 2011: OnlineInteroperability Research and face-to-face Roadmap (v4.0) validation workshops February 2008: Enterprise April 2011: March 2012: Interoperability Research Elaboration on the Study of the EISB Roadmap (v5.0) EISB Action Plan Models & Tools 2008-2009: EISB Task September 2011: Force Activities Study of the EISB Core Elements Samos 2012 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 8
  • 9. Axis 1: Actions targeting EI neighbouring scientific domains EISB Wave 1 - EISB Wave 2 -EISB State EISB EISB Wave 3 - Basic Hypothesis and of Play Action Plan Empowerment Elements Experimentation Axis 2: Actions focused within the FInES cluster ENSEMBLE Contribution to the Waves Samos 2012 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 9
  • 10. EI is the capacity of two or more enterprises,including all the systems within their boundaries and the external systems that they utilize or are affected by, in order to cooperate seamlessly, over a sustained period of time to pursue a common objective
  • 11. Process Scientific AreasData EISB Elements Systems Problem / Solution Spaces eID Objects Knowledge Cloud Social Systems Ecosystems ModelsMethods Tools Surveys Standards
  • 12. 0 EISB Scientific Neighbouring Domain Reference Glossary0 Analysis of Selected Neighbouring Domains 0 Learning Phase 0 Extensibility Phase
  • 13. 0 Elaborating on a Assessment Framework: 0 Patterns-based 0 Related to Problem-Solution Paths0 Specification of EISB Tools0 Envisioning Future Research Directions
  • 14. Samos 2012 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 14
  • 15. 0 Existing knowledge in the FInES Wiki0 Evolution through new ideas / projects
  • 16. 0 To other scientific disciplines…0 To industry sectors…0 To tools, methods, standards…
  • 17. FInES Book “Roots and EISB Book – Call for wings” Papers by the end of JulyEISB Empowerment RR migration to the FInES Supportive Actions Report Web Systems Sustainability Samos 2011 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 17
  • 18. Samos 2011 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 18
  • 19. Petra Ahrweiler, Arne-Jørgen Stephen Bishop, Jonathan Cave, David Chen, University College Berre, UCL University of Warwick University Bordeaux 1 Dublin SINTEF Robert Constable, Antonio Grilo, Ted Goranson, Sergio Gusmeroli, Nenad Ivezic,National Institute for Creative Nova University and Sirius Beta TXT e-Solutions NIST Art, Univ. of Auckland Neobiz Consulting Norbert Koppenhagen, Antonio Weiming Shen, Lars Taxén, University of Mannheim & SAP AG Manzalini, National Research Linköping Telecom Italia Council of Canada University Samos 2011 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 19
  • 20. 0 To engage a wider audience and bring together academia, industry and public administration0 To share the vision for the EISB and discuss its core elements towards the 3rd Wave of evolution0 To elaborate on the key issues for sustainability and the next steps Samos 2011 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 20
  • 21. EISB WG.2: Exploiting EISB WG.3: Moving EISB WG.1: EISB the EISB – Motivation, the EISB forward -Framework and Assets Benefits and New visions for FInES DAMO Room Sustainability research THEANO Room SIVYLLA Theater• EISB results: validation •Extending the EISB to •EISB strategy and and brainstorming its stakeholders ideas for the future Moderator: Fenareti Moderator: Keith Moderator: Sotiris Lampathaki (NTUA) Popplewell (CU) Koussouris (NTUA) Rapporteurs: David Rapporteurs: Stefano Rapporteurs: Sergio Chen & Yannis De Panfilis & Michele Gusmeroli & Vivian Charalabidis Missikoff Kiousi Samos 2011 Summit, July 3rd, 2012 21
  • 22. FP7 Call 5 Support Action, FP7-ICT-257548 FINES, ENSEMBLE AND A SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVE FOR ENTERPRISE INTEROPERABILITY Dr. Fenareti Lampathaki flamp@epu.ntua.gr fenareti.lampathaki @fenareti Photos retrieved from Google Images www.fines-cluster.eu www.ensemble-csa.euNational Technical University Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Coventry University UNINOVA - Instituto de INTRASOFT International S.A. of Athens (Coordinator) Istituto Di Analisi Dei Sistemi Ed Desenvolvimento de Novas Informatica “A. Ruberti” Tecnologias