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1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
1212 cloud standardisation j friedrich
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  • 1. Dr. Jochen Friedrich – Technical Relations Executive13 December 2012DIGITALEUROPE Workshop - “Standards and Cloud: The Quest for a Magic Formula”Rethinking the Approach towardsStandards for Cloud © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 2. IBM Presentation Template Full Version Perspectives on the Context of Cloud and Standardisation Customers Customers Policy Policy Efficiency and Flexibility Efficiency and Flexibility Wide adoption of Cloud Wide adoption of Cloud Certainty, Openness Certainty, Openness Innovation Innovation Trust and Security Trust and Security Growth Growth Private / /Public Private Public Open Standards Efficiency Efficiency Interoperability Portability Promote competition Prevent vendor lock-in Ensure trust Business Opportunity Business Opportunity Private / /Public Clouds Private Public Clouds Business Opportunity Business Opportunity Flexibility Flexibility Promote technologies Promote technologies Fair competition, Global scope Fair competition, Global scope Adoption of standards Adoption of standards Vendors Vendors Standards Bodies Standards Bodies2 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 3. EU Commission Communication on Cloud “The Commission therefore aims at enabling and facilitating faster adoption of cloud computing throughout all sectors of the economy which can cut ICT costs, and when combined with new digital business practices, can boost productivity, growth and jobs” (p. 2) “A jungle of standards generates confusion by, on one hand, a proliferation of standards and on the other hand a lack of certainty as to which standards provide adequate levels of interoperability of data formats to permit portability; the extent to which safeguards are in place for the protection of personal data; or the problem of the data breaches and the protection against cyberattacks.” (pp. 5-6) Key action 1: Cutting through the jungle of standards3 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 4. Key action 1: Cutting through the jungle of standards ■ Promote trusted and reliable cloud offerings by tasking ETSI to coordinate with stakeholders in a transparent and open way to identify by 2013 a detailed map of the necessary standards (inter alia for security, interoperability, data portability and reversibility). ■ Enhance trust in cloud computing services by recognising at EU-level technical specifications in the field of information and communication technologies for the protection of personal information in accordance with the new Regulation on European Standardisation. ■ Work with the support of ENISA and other relevant bodies to assist the development of EU-wide voluntary certification schemes in the area of cloud computing (including as regards data protection) and establish a list of such schemes by 2014. ■ Address the environmental challenges of increased cloud use by agreeing, with industry, harmonised metrics for the energy consumption, water consumption and carbon emissions of cloud services by 2014. (pp. 10 – 11; highlighting added) Development of “Cloud standards roadmap” ETSI to do coordination work, not standards development Comparison to work accomplished by NIST4 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 5. The task ETSI has been given is about coordination between stakeholders. It must be done in a highly open and transparent process allowing all stakeholders to participate in the activity without any encumbrances. It is not about developing standards but about identifying relevant standards necessary in the context of Cloud.5 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 6. The Global Standards Environment for Cloud ➔ Cloud is not aanew technology but aacombination of technologies ➔ Cloud is not new technology but combination of technologies ➔ Cloud does not require massive development of new standards ➔ Cloud does not require massive development of new standards ➔ Many standards are already available for integration in the context of ➔ Many standards are already available for integration in the context of Cloud architectures, e.g. general internet/web standards Cloud architectures, e.g. general internet/web standards ➔ Development of additional standards is under way globally ➔ Development of additional standards is under way globally Some examples of key organisations involved in global Cloud standardisation: Cloud Infrastructure Management Interface DMTF CIMI, Cloud Audit, OVF Open Virtualization Format IETF OAuth Web authorization protocol ISO/IEC JTC 1 CCRA Cloud Computing Reference Architecture Topology & Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications OASIS TOSCA, IDCloud Identity in the Cloud The Open Group Reference Architecture SNIA CDMI Cloud Data Management Interface W3C Linked Data Data format standard Other organisations are involved in sector/domain specific standardisation work, e.g. ETSI and ITU on telecommunications and radio related issues6 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 7. Cloud is primarily about integrating technologies and combining different standards. Global standards are key for Cloud technologies and global market success. Most of the required standards have been available for a while Activities to close functional gaps are well under way in global organisations.7 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 8. Rethinking the Approach towards Standards for the Cloud Innovative Practical Open standards for cloud: Business success is not Invention? Reinvention? theoretical. Practical Cloud computing is cloud computing is grasschanging the economics of roots plain and simple: it IT and requires a involves leveraging real rethinking of how we all world implementations of engage in standards standards & open source development User-driven Architectural The members of the Standards allow Cloud Standards enterprises to manage Customer Council create change across market a cross-industry view into evolution cycles market-leading Cloud extending the value of use cases and best customers’ services practices based architectures and investments 8 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 9. Putting Customer Needs in Focus  End user advocacy group  Accelerate clouds successful adoption  Standards, security and interoperability issues relevant for transition to the cloud  Drive client requirements into standards development organizations  Deliver materials such as best practices and use cases  Global collaboration of developers and cloud computing technologists  Ubiquitous Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) open source cloud computing platform for public and private clouds  Cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard  Available under the Apache 2.0 license.9 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 10. FI-WARE: OpenStack-Based Cloud Hosting Infrastructure FP 7 project The FI-WARE project will introduce The FI-WARE project will introduce Mission: aa generic and extendible ICT generic and extendible ICT – Provide core platform for Future platform for Future Internet platform for Future Internet Internet applications in multiple services. The platform –– also services. The platform also industries referred to as the “Future Internet referred to as the “Future Internet Core Platform” or “FI-WARE” ––aims Core Platform” or “FI-WARE” aims – Based on OpenStack to meet the demands of key market to meet the demands of key market – First release available to partners of stakeholders across many different stakeholders across many different FI-PPP (will be avaiable to public in sectors, sectors, strengthen strengthen the the spring 2013) innovation-enabling capabilities innovation-enabling capabilities Contribute to development of in Europe and overall ensure the in Europe and overall ensure the – Open Architecture Specifications long-term success of European long-term success of European – Open API Specifications companies in aa highly dynamic companies in highly dynamic market environment market environment – Reference implementation10 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 11. Rethinking the approach to standards and Cloud means … … to establish a closer interlock with customers in order to support their needs and requirements; … to make use of community work and collaboration for providing open platforms that can broadly be used and adopted without encumbrances.11 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 12. Many thanks for your attention... Happy to answer your questions and discuss further. jochen@de.ibm.com12 © 2012 IBM Corporation

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