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The Open Group Conference: Barcelona August 2012
Mark Skilton, Director, Strategy Office, Global Infrastructure Services
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Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012
Usage notice
 The development of the open version of the C...
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Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012
Visualization of Ecosystems
 This session is based on a pr...
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Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012
Why CIEL ?
Search
Collaboration
News
Business
Location
Comm...
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Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012
HOW MIGHT A CLOUD NETWORK MODEL LOOK LIKE ?
Ideas on what t...
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Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012
CLOUD IS MULTIPLE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN RESOURCES, SERVICES ...
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Multi dimensional threads of interactions
Networks today
Private
Network
Corporate
Social...
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Business and Social Networks intersections
Example
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Social interactions
Design
Affiliates
Affiliates ...
Distribution
Market
Market
Sources
G...
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Commercial interactions
Process
automa
tion
Business Network
Market Channels
Affiliate, b...
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Technology systems
Technological Interactions
Mobility
Machines
Goods,
resources
Faciliti...
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Biological interactions
Biological Ecosystem
Resources
Processing
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Societal Organizations
Resource
management
Human
Behavior
Societal Governance
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Ecosystem interactions
Super Information
Process
automation
Metadata and Cloud
Products a...
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We want to bring different viewpoints
together
Have Symbols
and viewpoints
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Cloud in an Industry Sector Context
Cloud products & services can support one or many mar...
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Cloud in an Industry Sector Context
IaaS
IaaS
IaaS
Customers
Network
Intermediates
Provid...
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Visualization of Ecosystems
 How these work is very differ...
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Value Stream Mapping
Rother, Shook 2003
Example
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Business Model Canvas
Osterwalder, 2004, 2010
Example
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Archimate
Example
Jonkers 2004
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The first steps
 We established a new Project called CIEL ...
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Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012
We want to define the context of the total ecosystem
in the...
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Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012
We can summarize our approach into three areas we are
aimin...
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Signage is not a new Idea
Semiotics
- Use of signs
Informat...
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CIEL
Information
Data
Human/
Activity
Systems
Information
S...
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Understand the Formal and Informal Context
Focus on Communi...
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Early Prototypes
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Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012
Our aim in CIEL is to focus on the Practical Intentions of
the systems and people involve...
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Basic CIEL example – An ecosystem may have domains and entities
that interact. The exampl...
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Basic CIEL example – the ecosystem may have many
ecosystems inside it. The ecosystem can ...
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Basic CIEL example – the ecosystem may have many
relationship and interactions inside, ou...
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Basic CIEL example – The Ecosystem boundary
between a user group and a cloud service for
...
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Basic CIEL example – The ecosystem may have many
domains and boundaries and communities i...
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Basic CIEL example – The ecosystem has
basically 5 types of structure
Ecosystem
Ecosystem...
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Summary – basic CIEL example shows how
ecosystem has many parts and may contain many
syst...
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Summary – Basic CIEL example shows the development of
boundary and domain structures in t...
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We have starting to build a Symbols
Library
Examples
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Vocabulary
• Ecosystem (Financial, Technical, Social, Enviro..)
• Domain (Virtualization,...
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Existing notations
• Our aim is to create a visualization notation that redefined how sys...
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Conclusions
 Aim to develop CIEL as a Visualization aid fo...
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  • Networks can have ServicesNetworks can be Social, Businessor hybrid connectionsServices Can be hosted, Private,Pubic or Hybrid CommunitiesNetworks have “Ecosystem” characteristicsAn Ecosystem can have one or more networksAn ecosystem may span one or more marketplaces
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    1. 1. The Open Group Conference: Barcelona August 2012 Mark Skilton, Director, Strategy Office, Global Infrastructure Services Co-Chair, Cloud Computing Work Group, The Open Group Member, ISO JC38 UK Mirror +44 7787 692197 mark.skilton@capgemini.com Twitter @mskilton http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/mark-skilton/1/189/968 Visualizing Ecosystems using a new Notation - CIEL Cloud Interactive Ecosystem Language
    2. 2. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Usage notice  The development of the open version of the CIEL notation is in a project within The Open Group Standards Body (http://www.opengroup.org) . Reference to the TOGAF CE is a project within the Cloud Computing Work Group, The Open Group  Symbols provided in this document are open source (MIT License OSI approved) as covered by the synthetic spheres copyright notice.  This document is the copyright of synthetic spheres 2013. (http://www.syntheticspheres.com)
    3. 3. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Visualization of Ecosystems  This session is based on a proposition that todays computing architectures and interactions are spread across multiple system, business and social boundaries.  What this session is about is exploring a new way to visualize and communicate this ecosystem of systems, interactions and resources ?  What is the current notations and methods ?  What is CIEL as a concept ?
    4. 4. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Why CIEL ? Search Collaboration News Business Location Communicate WorkTransactions Many channels Video
    5. 5. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 HOW MIGHT A CLOUD NETWORK MODEL LOOK LIKE ? Ideas on what the Entities of this model might be: • Service • Marketplace • Boundary • Community • Transactions • Hub • Aggregator • Concentrator In the real world Cloud Services exist between Social and Business Collaborations Social Network Business Network Industry Network
    6. 6. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 CLOUD IS MULTIPLE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN RESOURCES, SERVICES AND PARTICIPANTS edge Adapted from The Open Group Cloud Computing for Business Model 2011
    7. 7. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Multi dimensional threads of interactions Networks today Private Network Corporate Social Network Public Social Network Corporate Network Community Network Distribution RFID Feedback Variety of different Media.. Design / Product Group Collaboration Service Management Development & Delivery External Private Network Suppliers, Sourcing Social Networks Social Network Variety of different resources..
    8. 8. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Business and Social Networks intersections Example
    9. 9. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Social interactions Design Affiliates Affiliates ... Distribution Market Market Sources Governme nt / Federal rules – e.g. Sales Tax Social Organization
    10. 10. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Commercial interactions Process automa tion Business Network Market Channels Affiliate, business Network Virtual Organization
    11. 11. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Technology systems Technological Interactions Mobility Machines Goods, resources Facilities
    12. 12. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Biological interactions Biological Ecosystem Resources Processing
    13. 13. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Societal Organizations Resource management Human Behavior Societal Governance
    14. 14. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Ecosystem interactions Super Information Process automation Metadata and Cloud Products and Services Cloud Ecosystem
    15. 15. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 We want to bring different viewpoints together Have Symbols and viewpoints
    16. 16. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Cloud in an Industry Sector Context Cloud products & services can support one or many marketplaces Horizontal Common Cloud Services Vertical Marketplace specific Cloud Services. . Suppliers Customers Intermediates Distributors regulators Marketplace A Marketplace B Marketplace C e.g. Raw Materials e.g. Manufacture e.g. Packaging Marketplace D e.g. Consumers Marketplace is made up of Business Entities MARKETPLACE ECOSYSTEM Channels Marketplaces can have many channels Horizontal Cloud Services Vertical Cloud Service A homogenous Single Ecosystem An Ecosystem = a set of common conditions that describe and are followed by all participants and communities in the Ecosystem Enables a common exchange of products and services based on the ecosystem characteristics. Single set Ecosystem
    17. 17. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Cloud in an Industry Sector Context IaaS IaaS IaaS Customers Network Intermediates Providers Supplier Network Co-mingling Browser / Portal as a Service PaaS SaaS SaaS Self Service Browser / Portal as a Service Private / Public MARKETPLACE MARKETPLACE MARKETPLACE Network Connections Services Communities Ecosystem Marketplace Ecosystem Meta Model ECOSYSTEM SLA
    18. 18. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Visualization of Ecosystems  How these work is very different from 10 , 20 years ago when most modeling notations for Architecture requirements we first created. Some significant examples include: • UML It was first added to the list of OMG adopted technologies in 1997 • Business Process Modeling, • BPMN created early 2001/2 – merged with OMG in 2005 • BPEL4WS April 2003 (IBM,Microsoft, SAP, Siebel) submitted to OASIS. WS-BPEL Sept 2004. • June 2007 BPEL4People (Active Endpoints, Adobe Systems, BEA, IBM, Oracle, SAP) • ArchiMate is a technical standard from The Open Group and is based on the concepts of the IEEE 1471 standard. 2004, ownership by The Open Group 2008. Archimate 2.0 foraml technical standard January 2012 • Business Model Canvas , proposed by Alexander Osterwalder, 2004, 2010 • Value Stream mapping - a lean Manufacturing technique Rother and Shook 2003 • Software Visualization , Focused on Code quality visualization • Visual Studio, AgileJ StructureViews, Imagix 4D, Ndepend, SonarJ, Sotoarc, Code Rocket
    19. 19. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Value Stream Mapping Rother, Shook 2003 Example
    20. 20. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Business Model Canvas Osterwalder, 2004, 2010 Example
    21. 21. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Archimate Example Jonkers 2004
    22. 22. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 The first steps  We established a new Project called CIEL – Cloud Interactive Ecosystem Language in Mid 2011 in The Open Group Cloud Computing Work Group  We introduced CIEL into our own companies to test the ideas and launched initiatives to engage University and open discussion  We developed ideas to understand how better to Visualize the Ecosystem  Challenges: • What are the Boundaries or Domains? • How do we visualize solutions ? • How do we define the symbols ? • What problems are we trying to solve ? • How do we manage semantics , meaning of the symbols and relationships ? • How do we link with other symbols and standards ? • ..
    23. 23. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 We want to define the context of the total ecosystem in the sense of internal and external forces and entities Macro Systems Micro Systems Informal Social Systems Information Systems Formal Systems Suppliers Buyers Customers Substitutes Competitors New Entrants People, Structure Technology Finance Power Business Processes Culture Strategy Social Political Economic Legal Technology Environment Markets, regions, Policies,.. Entities, resources, relationships,.. N o t a t i o n Part of our research in 2011 identifies Macro Economic and Micro Economic perspectives
    24. 24. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 We can summarize our approach into three areas we are aiming at  Visualization of Conceptual Domain • Position the model as a visualization method first  Symbol System - Signage - Semiotics • Designing a Set of Symbols that could be easy to use  Augment – fit it along side and support current architectural design styles (not replace them) • Aim to has some meaning in the symbols notation such that it supports the aims of the notation goals. We must define some Semantic notation to make the symbols meaningful We believe the key benefits is in the ability to use a new way to show Human and System communities and multiple devices, and services that represent a distributed Architectural Environment
    25. 25. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Signage is not a new Idea Semiotics - Use of signs Information
    26. 26. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 CIEL Information Data Human/ Activity Systems Information Systems ICT systems Dances with bees: Exploring the relevant of the study of animal communication to informatics Professor Paul Beynon–Davis. 2009 International Journal of Information Management Intentions Meaning Structure Form Aiming at Pragmatics – “not the whole ocean”
    27. 27. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Understand the Formal and Informal Context Focus on Communicating the Message SemanticsVision Ideas Formulation Of Intentions Pragmatics How the message is sent Syntactics Empirics Message Description Specific Communication Formats CIEL is focused here on the Visualization Intentions Meaning Form Signals & Storage
    28. 28. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Early Prototypes
    29. 29. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012
    30. 30. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Our aim in CIEL is to focus on the Practical Intentions of the systems and people involved using a simple notation So how can we create a new Visualization Notation ? Create Symbols Library (Semiotics) Create Visualization model (Pragmatics) Create Vocabulary of Visualization (Semantics) But just enough to support basic meaning We link to specific Semantic and Information systems Design Ease of use Focus on Multi-system Multi-use Focused at Conceptual level Aimed at Ecosystems “architectures” Core Principles
    31. 31. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Basic CIEL example – An ecosystem may have domains and entities that interact. The example here is groups of users and resources being shared or dedicated to a group Ecosystem entity entity entity entity User Community User Community
    32. 32. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Basic CIEL example – the ecosystem may have many ecosystems inside it. The ecosystem can also be part of other ecosystem of ecosystems Ecosystem Ecosystem Ecosystem
    33. 33. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Basic CIEL example – the ecosystem may have many relationship and interactions inside, outside and between ecosystem boundaries Ecosystem Ecosystem Ecosystem entity entity entity entity entity entity entity entity
    34. 34. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Basic CIEL example – The Ecosystem boundary between a user group and a cloud service for example User Community Cloud Service Ecosystem Ecosystem
    35. 35. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Basic CIEL example – The ecosystem may have many domains and boundaries and communities inside and outside the ecosystem being viewed User Community Cloud Service Ecosystem Ecosystem Social Network Ecosystem
    36. 36. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Basic CIEL example – The ecosystem has basically 5 types of structure Ecosystem Ecosystem Ecosystem entity entity entity entity entity entity entity entity Member of Network Entity Network Group of Networks Type of Ecosystem1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
    37. 37. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Summary – basic CIEL example shows how ecosystem has many parts and may contain many systems, resources and relationships. These have a common structure. How to identify Ecosystem domains
    38. 38. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Summary – Basic CIEL example shows the development of boundary and domain structures in the ecosystem. These are system of systems structures How to identify structures and relationships in Ecosystems
    39. 39. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 We have starting to build a Symbols Library Examples
    40. 40. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Vocabulary • Ecosystem (Financial, Technical, Social, Enviro..) • Domain (Virtualization, organization, marketplace..) • Node (Connection point) • Edge Domain (Meta data) • Community • Network (open, closed, Public, Private) • Group • Connection (open , closed, Public, Private) • Information • Metric • Entity (Resource – tangible, Intangible) • .. We aim to use references to existing Terminology where possible For example in ISO JC38 In The Open Group TOGAF Or OASIS (TOSCA) is using these terms We recognize some terminology may be ambiguous and want to remove these where possible example: Boundary.
    41. 41. Synthetic Spheres copyright 2012 Existing notations • Our aim is to create a visualization notation that redefined how system domains are drawn to express social, agile cloud enabled ecosystems • Its intended to be a communication tool, easy to use and create visuals representations for business and IT strategic planning and communication • We aim to introduce an abstraction that is showing groups of systems, communities and services • We aim to introduce symbols that visualize specific strategic planning conceptual requirements that CIEL can help visualize. These can include symbols and model methods to visualize – Metrics for business and IT performance of a system or an entire ecosystem (example a marketplace) – status of trust of each domain (open , closed) – Sustainability and green credentials of domains and behavior • The symbol set and model relations may be potentially different to existing UML, Process and Architecture because – It aims to show visual groups of systems to systems – Its aim is to show social networks and resources groups – Its aim is to show processes but within communities and groups (not specific business process design)
    42. 42. | Capgemini CIEL Mark Skilton Oct 2012Capgemini copyright 2012 Conclusions  Aim to develop CIEL as a Visualization aid for Strategic Ecosystem Design  It “Augments” the existing methods and tools, not replace them • Help visualize Strategic Scenarios, Solution Architectures, Visualize RAs  It can sit on top of formal Architecture methods , not replace it • Augment technical solution models • Augment Business Architectural design • It could be a symbol library plug in to many existing Architect tools  Business Case • Its fast and ease of use to communicate large scale system of systems ideas and concept • It’s a Visual notation that is language independent and system independent • Its an accelerator to improve modeling and planning of the strategic value of Cloud enabled environments  Next immediate Step: White Paper on Basic Visualization Method of CIEL and vocabulary with examples
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