SISO Presentation: Cloud Ontology

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SISO Presentation: Cloud Ontology

  1. 1. Cloud Computing Architecture Ontology KEVIN JACKSON
  2. 2. Unified Ontology of Cloud Computing (http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~lyouseff/CCOntology/CloudOntology.pdf) Cloud Application (SaaS) Cloud Software Environment (PaaS) Cloud Software Infrastructure Computational Storage Communications Resources (IaaS) (DaaS) (CaaS) Software Kernal Firmware / Hardware (HaaS) Lamia Youseff University of California, Santa Barbara Maria Butrico, Dilma Da Silva IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
  3. 3. Tactical Employment Issues  Internet connectivity assumed  SOA platform • Security management • Application service discovery and management • Workflow orchestration  Access management
  4. 4. Ontology Modification – SOA Access Management Cloud Application (SaaS) Workflow Orchestration Security API Services / Services Discovery Service Management Cloud Software Environment (PaaS) Cloud Software Infrastructure Computational Storage Communications Resources (IaaS) (DaaS) (CaaS) Software Kernal Firmware / Hardware (HaaS)
  5. 5. Ontology Modification – Network Access Management Cloud Application (SaaS) Workflow Orchestration – Policy Engine Security API Services / Services Discovery Service Management Cloud Software Environment (PaaS) Cloud Software Infrastructure Network Security Network Connectivity Network Security Computational Resources Storage Communications (CaaS) (IaaS) (DaaS) Software Kernal Firmware / Hardware (HaaS)
  6. 6. Ontology Modification – Federated SOA Global Governance Dynamic Tasking Access Management Access Management Cloud Application (SaaS) Cloud Application (SaaS) Workflow Orchestration – Policy Engine Workflow Orchestration – Policy Engine Security API Security API Services / Services Discovery Services / Services Discovery Service Management Service Management Cloud Software Environment Cloud Software Environment (PaaS) (PaaS) Cloud Software Infrastructure Cloud Software Infrastructure Network Security Network Security Network Connectivity Network Connectivity Network Security Network Security Storage Storage Computational Resources (IaaS) Communications (CaaS) Computational Resources (IaaS) Communications (CaaS) (DaaS) (DaaS) Software Kernal Software Kernal Firmware / Hardware (HaaS) Firmware / Hardware (HaaS)
  7. 7.    appearance to users. current/future environment. within a defined context and to benefit from their content. knowledge (architecture) about its allows for their autonomy and local Provides a framework for enterprise information via information exchange and use that aligns, locates, and links purpose of disparate architectures and Recognizes the uniqueness and specific Way to organize an enterprise’s body of standards to deliver a seamless outward disparate architectures and architecture activities (processes), people, and things architecture development, maintenance, governance while enabling the enterprise Global Governance Dynamic Tasking Access Management Access Management Access Management Access Management Cloud Application (SaaS) Cloud Application (SaaS) Cloud Application (SaaS) Cloud Application (SaaS) Tactical Cloud Computing Ontology Workflow Orchestration – Policy Engine Workflow Orchestration – Policy Engine Workflow Orchestration – Policy Engine Workflow Orchestration – Policy Engine Security API Security API Security API Security API Services / Services Discovery Services / Services Discovery Services / Services Discovery Services / Services Discovery Service Management Service Management Service Management Service Management Cloud Software Cloud Software Cloud Software Cloud Software Environment Environment Environment Environment (PaaS) (PaaS) (PaaS) (PaaS) Cloud Software Infrastructure Cloud Software Infrastructure Cloud Software Infrastructure Cloud Software Infrastructure Network Security Network Security Network Security Network Security Network Connectivity Network Connectivity Network Connectivity Network Connectivity Network Security Network Security Network Security Network Security Computational Storage Communicati Computational Storage Communicati Computational Storage Communicati Computational Storage Communicati Resources (IaaS) (DaaS) ons (CaaS) Resources (IaaS) (DaaS) ons (CaaS) Resources (IaaS) (DaaS) ons (CaaS) ons (CaaS) Resources (IaaS) (DaaS) Software Kernal Software Kernal Software Kernal Software Kernal Firmware / Hardware (HaaS) Firmware / Hardware (HaaS) Firmware / Hardware (HaaS) Firmware / Hardware (HaaS)
  8. 8. Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium  Mission  Our mission is to facilitate global realization of the benefit inherent in Network Centric Operations. To that end, we seek to enable continuously increasing levels of interoperability across the spectrum of joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational industrial and commercial operations. We will execute this mission in good faith as a global organization with membership open to all enterprises in quest of applying the vast potential of network centric technology to the operational challenges faced by our nations and their citizens.  Past successes ◦ Network Centric Analysis Tool (NCAT) ◦ NCOIC Interoperability Framework (NIF)  Future ◦ Develop “operational art” in support of netcentric operations ◦ Support operational art advances through collaboration (Government, Industry, Non-profits, Interest Groups) ◦ Provide value to members  Use of NCOIC developed process provided differentiator in recent European procurement for a member company  NCOIC Patterns addressing interoperability concerns of member government agencies
  9. 9. Cloud Computing Interoperability  Government needs cloud interoperability to ensure cloud portability and operational robustness ◦ Reduce risk ◦ Improve availability ◦ Enhance operational value ◦ Enable effective management)  Standardization and interoperability will reduce the overall cost of leveraging cloud computing technology  Government can provide requirements and preferences to industry  Government cannot and should not dictate an interoperability standard
  10. 10. Cloud Computing Operational Art  Embrace collaboration • OSD – tactical Cloud Computing • TIGR – Government Cloud Computing • Cloud Interoperability Forum  Use Operational and Capability pattern process to develop Cloud Computing Technical Patterns  Identify key netcentric operations interoperability requirements and preferences within identified technical patterns  Iterate with NCOIC stakeholder companies and government organizations  Use Capability and Operational patterns to validate operational impact of reduced cloud interoperability  Leverage analysis to drive cloud interoperability recommendations and best practices

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