Internet of Things Environment for Service Creation and Testing (IoT.est)

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S Nechifor, Internet of Things Environment for Service Creation and Testing (IoT.est), at CompArch 2012 Main Program (Industry Day, Wednesday 27 June), Bertinoro, Italy, 25-28 June 2012

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Internet of Things Environment for Service Creation and Testing (IoT.est)

  1. 1. Internet  of  Things  Environment  for    Service  Crea5on  and  Tes5ng  (IoT.est)  Sep$miu  Nechifor  –  Siemens  CT  (on  behalf  of  IoT.est  team)  
  2. 2. IoT  in  short  •  Family  of  topics  –  RFID,  M2M,  SCADA,  etc.  –  Call  for  “things  to  things”,  “things  to  systems”,  “things  to  person”    –  Subfamily  of  “distributed  systems”  •  Trends  &  Standardiza$on  –  REST  –  ETSI  M2M  –  IETF  COAP  –  COSM  (Pachube)  –  OGC    01/07/2012   2  
  3. 3. IoT.est  –  a  snapshot  •  IoT.est  develop  a  test-­‐driven  service  crea$on  environment  (SCE)  for  Internet  of  Things  enabled  business  services.    •  The  SCE  will  enable  the  acquisi$on  of  data  and  control/actua$on  of  sensors,  objects  and  actuators.  •  The  project  will  provide  the  means  and  tools  to  define  and  instan$ate  IoT  services  that  exploit  data  across  domain  boundaries;  •  IoT.est  will  facilitate  run-­‐$me  monitoring  and  will  enable  autonomous  service  adapta$on  to  environment/context  and  network  parameter  (e.g.  QoS)  changes.    
  4. 4. IoT.est  –  bridging  the  gap  01/07/2012  Enabling   Process   Automa$on   from   requirements   and   design   goals   to   the  product   as   well   as   to   the   underlying   device   sensor/actuator   layer.    
  5. 5. IoT.est  and  Service  Frameworks  01/07/2012  
  6. 6. IoT.est:  The  Key  issues  •  IoT  enabled  Business  Services:  Seman$c  Descrip$on  •  Service  Composi$on:  A  Knowledge  based  Approach  •  Service  Components:  Re-­‐usable,  Interoperable  and  Adap$ve  •  Abstrac$on:    Mapping  to  Heterogeneous  Pla`orms  and  Large  Scale  Deployment  •  Tes$ng  (Design  Time):  Automated  Genera$on  of  Tests    •  Monitoring  (Run-­‐Time):  Context-­‐aware  Service  Adapta$on  
  7. 7. Current  architecture  view  
  8. 8. Test  approach  –  ques$ons  to  answer  •  Modeling  – Covering  the  spec?  Automated  deriva$on?  – Test  side  effects?  Side  effects  reversed  and  how?  •  Composi$on  – Any  reusable  tests  from  modeling?  •  Deployment  – Any  dependencies  to  deploy  test?  •  Execu$on  – Which  test  should  be  run  to  prove  the  SLA?    
  9. 9. Descrip$on  ontology  overview  
  10. 10. Test  Hierarchy  
  11. 11. Consor$um    hep://ict-­‐iotest.eu/iotest/  

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