© 2009 IBM CorporationStandards für die CloudÜber die Arbeit der ETSI CloudStandards CoordinationDr. Jochen Friedrich – Te...
2 © 2013 IBM CorporationPerspectives on Cloud andstandardisationCloud standardisation – paradigm shift instandards develop...
3 © 2013 IBM Corporation33Perspectives on the Context of Cloud and StandardisationIBM Presentation Template Full VersionCu...
4 © 2013 IBM Corporation44Partnering and CollaborationVENDORSCUSTOMERSPUBLICCOMMUNITIESRequirementsPlatformBusiness succes...
5 © 2013 IBM CorporationCloud standardisation – paradigm shift instandards developmentHow Cloud standardisation shows that...
6 © 2013 IBM Corporation66The Global Standards Environment for CloudDMTF CIMI, Cloud Audit, OVFCloud Infrastructure Manage...
7 © 2013 IBM Corporation77Rethinking the Approach towards Standards for the CloudInnovativeOpen standards for cloud:Invent...
8 © 2013 IBM Corporation88Putting Customer Needs in Focus End user advocacy group Accelerate clouds successful adoption...
9 © 2013 IBM Corporation99FP 7 projectMission:– Provide core platform for FutureInternet applications in multipleindustr...
10 © 2013 IBM CorporationEU Policy making in the area of CloudIn September 2012 the EuropeanCommission issued a Communicat...
11 © 2013 IBM Corporation“The Commission therefore aims at enabling and facilitating fasteradoption of cloud computing thr...
12 © 2013 IBM CorporationKey action 1: Cutting through the jungle of standards■ Promote trusted and reliable cloud offerin...
13 © 2013 IBM CorporationETSI Cloud Standards CoordinationThe task ETSI has been given is aboutcoordination between stakeh...
7 March 201314 © 2011 IBM CorporationETSI with the Global Information and Communication Technologies(ICT) Standardisation ...
7 March 201315 © 2011 IBM CorporationCloud Standards Coordiation: Set up ETSI acts as Coordinator–Secretariat–Web site–Ot...
16 © 2013 IBM CorporationOrganisation and time line of Cloud Standards CoordinationTask Group 2Use CasesTask Group 1Stakeh...
© 2013 IBM Corporation17ReportsStudiesFINALTG2:UseCasesValid InputStandardsSpecificationsFinalOutcome(Standardsmapped andl...
© 2013 IBM Corporation18Use Cases: ExampleHLUC4:_Operate Service: Here is sconsidered everything has to be done forprovidi...
19 © 2013 IBM CorporationOutput of Cloud Standards Coordination■ Intermediate report:– Proposal for the outline of the fin...
20 © 2013 IBM CorporationCloud is primarily about integrating technologiesand combining different standards.Global standar...
21 © 2013 IBM CorporationMany thanks for your attention...… happy to answer your questions,take up ideas and discuss furth...
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  1. 1. © 2009 IBM CorporationStandards für die CloudÜber die Arbeit der ETSI CloudStandards CoordinationDr. Jochen Friedrich – Technical Relations Executive14. Mai 2013
  2. 2. 2 © 2013 IBM CorporationPerspectives on Cloud andstandardisationCloud standardisation – paradigm shift instandards developmentEU Policy making in the area of CloudETSI Cloud Standards CoordinationOverview
  3. 3. 3 © 2013 IBM Corporation33Perspectives on the Context of Cloud and StandardisationIBM Presentation Template Full VersionCustomersEfficiency and FlexibilityCertainty, OpennessTrust and SecurityPrivate / PublicCustomersEfficiency and FlexibilityCertainty, OpennessTrust and SecurityPrivate / PublicBusiness OpportunityPrivate / Public CloudsFlexibilityFair competition, Global scopeVendorsBusiness OpportunityPrivate / Public CloudsFlexibilityFair competition, Global scopeVendorsPolicyWide adoption of CloudInnovationGrowthEfficiencyPolicyWide adoption of CloudInnovationGrowthEfficiencyBusiness OpportunityPromote technologiesAdoption of standardsStandards BodiesBusiness OpportunityPromote technologiesAdoption of standardsStandards BodiesStandardisationInteroperabilityPortabilityPromote competitionPrevent vendor lock-inEnsure trust
  4. 4. 4 © 2013 IBM Corporation44Partnering and CollaborationVENDORSCUSTOMERSPUBLICCOMMUNITIESRequirementsPlatformBusiness successTrustPolicy objectives
  5. 5. 5 © 2013 IBM CorporationCloud standardisation – paradigm shift instandards developmentHow Cloud standardisation shows that a re-thinking of the approach towardsstandardisation takes place and is importantfor business success.
  6. 6. 6 © 2013 IBM Corporation66The Global Standards Environment for CloudDMTF CIMI, Cloud Audit, OVFCloud Infrastructure Management InterfaceOpen Virtualization FormatIETF OAuth Web authorization protocolISO/IEC JTC 1 CCRA Cloud Computing Reference ArchitectureOASIS TOSCA, IDCloudTopology & Orchestration Specification for Cloud ApplicationsIdentity in the CloudThe Open Group Reference ArchitectureSNIA CDMI Cloud Data Management InterfaceW3C Linked Data Data format standard➔ Cloud is not a new technology but a combination of technologies➔ Cloud does not require massive development of new standards➔ Many standards are already available for integration in the context ofCloud architectures, e.g. general internet/web standards➔ Cloud is not a new technology but a combination of technologies➔ Cloud does not require massive development of new standards➔ Many standards are already available for integration in the context ofCloud architectures, e.g. general internet/web standardsExamples of global organisations involved in global Cloud standardisation:
  7. 7. 7 © 2013 IBM Corporation77Rethinking the Approach towards Standards for the CloudInnovativeOpen standards for cloud:Invention? Reinvention?Cloud computing ischanging the economics ofIT and requires arethinking of how we allengage in standardsdevelopmentPracticalBusiness success is nottheoretical. Practicalcloud computing is grassroots plain and simple: itinvolves leveraging realworld implementations ofstandards & open sourceUser-drivenThe members of theCloud StandardsCustomer Council createa cross-industry view intomarket-leading Clouduse cases and bestpracticesArchitecturalStandards allowenterprises to managechange across marketevolution cyclesextending the value ofcustomers’ servicesbased architectures andinvestments
  8. 8. 8 © 2013 IBM Corporation88Putting Customer Needs in Focus End user advocacy group Accelerate clouds successful adoption Standards, security and interoperability issues relevantfor transition to the cloud Drive client requirements into standards developmentorganizations Deliver materials such as best practices and use cases Global collaboration of developers and cloud computingtechnologists – Cloud platform development Ubiquitous Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) opensource cloud computing platform for public and privateclouds Cloud operating system that controls large pools ofcompute, storage, and networking resources throughouta datacenter, all managed through a dashboard Available under the Apache 2.0 license.
  9. 9. 9 © 2013 IBM Corporation99FP 7 projectMission:– Provide core platform for FutureInternet applications in multipleindustries– Based on OpenStack– First release available to partners ofFI-PPP (will be avaiable to public inspring 2013)Contribute to development of– Open Architecture Specifications– Open API Specifications– Reference implementationFI-WARE: OpenStack-Based Cloud Hosting InfrastructureThe FI-WARE project will introducea generic and extendible ICTplatform for Future Internetservices. The platform – alsoreferred to as the “Future InternetCore Platform” or “FI-WARE” – aimsto meet the demands of key marketstakeholders across many differentsectors, strengthen theinnovation-enabling capabilitiesin Europe and overall ensure thelong-term success of Europeancompanies in a highly dynamicmarket environmentThe FI-WARE project will introducea generic and extendible ICTplatform for Future Internetservices. The platform – alsoreferred to as the “Future InternetCore Platform” or “FI-WARE” – aimsto meet the demands of key marketstakeholders across many differentsectors, strengthen theinnovation-enabling capabilitiesin Europe and overall ensure thelong-term success of Europeancompanies in a highly dynamicmarket environment
  10. 10. 10 © 2013 IBM CorporationEU Policy making in the area of CloudIn September 2012 the EuropeanCommission issued a Communication on theEuropean Cloud Strategy titled “Unleashnigthe Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe”(COM(2012) 529).
  11. 11. 11 © 2013 IBM Corporation“The Commission therefore aims at enabling and facilitating fasteradoption of cloud computing throughout all sectors of the economywhich can cut ICT costs, and when combined with new digitalbusiness practices, can boost productivity, growth and jobs” (p. 2)“A jungle of standards generates confusion by, on one hand, aproliferation of standards and on the other hand a lack of certainty asto which standards provide adequate levels of interoperability of dataformats to permit portability; the extent to which safeguards are inplace for the protection of personal data; or the problem of the databreaches and the protection against cyberattacks.” (pp. 5-6)Key action 1: Cutting through the jungle of standardsEU Commission Communication on Cloud
  12. 12. 12 © 2013 IBM CorporationKey action 1: Cutting through the jungle of standards■ Promote trusted and reliable cloud offerings by tasking ETSI tocoordinate with stakeholders in a transparent and open way to identifyby 2013 a detailed map of the necessary standards (inter alia forsecurity, interoperability, data portability and reversibility).■ Enhance trust in cloud computing services by recognising at EU-leveltechnical specifications in the field of information and communicationtechnologies for the protection of personal information in accordance withthe new Regulation on European Standardisation.■ Work with the support of ENISA and other relevant bodies to assist thedevelopment of EU-wide voluntary certification schemes in the area ofcloud computing (including as regards data protection) and establish alist of such schemes by 2014.■ Address the environmental challenges of increased cloud use byagreeing, with industry, harmonised metrics for the energyconsumption, water consumption and carbon emissions of cloudservices by 2014.(pp. 10 – 11; highlighting added)
  13. 13. 13 © 2013 IBM CorporationETSI Cloud Standards CoordinationThe task ETSI has been given is aboutcoordination between stakeholders.It is not about developing standards but aboutidentifying relevant standards necessary inthe context of Cloud.
  14. 14. 7 March 201314 © 2011 IBM CorporationETSI with the Global Information and Communication Technologies(ICT) Standardisation Ecosystem➔ETSI is one of three formally recognised European StandardisationOrganisations➔High expertise and broad membership in ETSICENELECNationalCommittees(e.g. DKE, UTE,BSI, CEI)ISOISOCENITUIECEcmaOASISW3CIETFOthers...OMGNationalBodies(e.g. DIN, AFNOR,BSI, UNI)NationalOrganisations(e.g. TB ETSI, CFETSI, GIETSI,DTI)ETSIJTC 1CEN/Cenelec ForumFORMAL STANDARDISATIONNATIONAL DELEGATION DIRECT PARTICIPATIONGLOBAL INDUSTRY ORGS.
  15. 15. 7 March 201315 © 2011 IBM CorporationCloud Standards Coordiation: Set up ETSI acts as Coordinator–Secretariat–Web site–Other support Very open and transparent set up–Anybody may participate, simple registration–Public web site with documents:http://csc.etsi.org/website/home.aspx Rapporteurs and Co-Rapporteurs for different tasks
  16. 16. 16 © 2013 IBM CorporationOrganisation and time line of Cloud Standards CoordinationTask Group 2Use CasesTask Group 1StakeholdersTask Group 3Identification ofStandardsSub-Task Group 1SLAsSub-Task Group 2InteroperabilitySub-Task Group 3SecurityReference Group (Coordination level)Jan 2013WORK FINISHEDToday June 2013IntermediateReportWork will continue throughout 2h2013 for final report by year end.
  17. 17. © 2013 IBM Corporation17ReportsStudiesFINALTG2:UseCasesValid InputStandardsSpecificationsFinalOutcome(Standardsmapped andlisted)ReportsStudiesFINALReportsStudiesFrom Input to Outcome: Collection, Selection, StructuringMAPPING
  18. 18. © 2013 IBM Corporation18Use Cases: ExampleHLUC4:_Operate Service: Here is sconsidered everything has to be done forproviding the service to whatever customer, from the startup of the service to itstermination. It seemed suitable to decompose it into the following lower level UseCases:HLUC4.1:_Actrivate Service : all the activities necessary to start the servicefor whatever customer. The main actor here is the Service Provider or a Partnerwho have to enable the customer to operate on the service according to agreedService Level.HLUC4.2: Migrate Service : Customer may want to migrate some existingapplication and data and/or integrate the cloud service with existing servicessystems and applications. This can either be for moving the service to anotherprovisioning mode or to a more suitably sized environment.HLUC4.2: Maintain Service: The activities associated to normal operation withthe service. This may also include administartive activities either delegated tothe customer or provided by e Service Provider or by a Partner.HLUC4.2: Terminate Service : Customer wants to exit the contract, andpossibly migrate its application or data to another provider.
  19. 19. 19 © 2013 IBM CorporationOutput of Cloud Standards Coordination■ Intermediate report:– Proposal for the outline of the final report– 3 sample Use Cases selected for including in intermediate report – including• Methodology• Presentation of output■ Key part: Cloud Standards Mapping:General introductionPresentation of the context, relevance in the context of Cloud computing, scope, etc...High level Use Cases selected (one by one, or grouped as appropriate)Per high level use case in 1/2 page (or per group of high level use cases) describewhen standards come into play (for the customer), and which standards areparticularly relevant.Selected Use CasesPer use case or family of use case describe the relevant standards in this use case.Mapping of standards to selected use case #nPossibly a look-up table linking Use Cases to StandardsConcluding remarks (bullets of issues, remarks, ideas for future work)General introductionPresentation of the context, relevance in the context of Cloud computing, scope, etc...High level Use Cases selected (one by one, or grouped as appropriate)Per high level use case in 1/2 page (or per group of high level use cases) describewhen standards come into play (for the customer), and which standards areparticularly relevant.Selected Use CasesPer use case or family of use case describe the relevant standards in this use case.Mapping of standards to selected use case #nPossibly a look-up table linking Use Cases to StandardsConcluding remarks (bullets of issues, remarks, ideas for future work)
  20. 20. 20 © 2013 IBM CorporationCloud is primarily about integrating technologiesand combining different standards.Global standards are key for Cloud technologiesand global market success.Most of the required standards have beenavailable for a whileThe ETSI Cloud Standards Coordination willprovide a map of the standards available,relating them to concrete Use Cases.The ETSI mapping will provide added value to allwho wish to implement Cloud technologies andleverage their potential for business success andoptimisation.
  21. 21. 21 © 2013 IBM CorporationMany thanks for your attention...… happy to answer your questions,take up ideas and discuss further.jochen@de.ibm.com
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