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  • Cloud Computing is a new paradigm in Information technology with far reaching implications to the role of IT, deployment of IT and innovations required in associated technology areas and business models . As India moves towards IT enablement of governance, businesses and consumer services, it is imperative that we adopt the latest technologies, and further innovate to make IT affordable and scalable to the diverse needs of the country. In that direction, Cloud Computing promises to be the “next big thing ” in IT infrastructure and is poised to enable the next gen computing framework for the developing world.. We need to bring together the huge technical expertise available in the country in this area, and work towards defining a blueprint for IT innovation centered around Cloud Computing. We present a proposal to create a national level innovation council, consisting of experts across industry, academia and professional bodies, which will serve as a think-tank for driving technological innovations across the Cloud Computing ecosystem in India. This will help spearhead India towards world class IT infrastructure and innovation leadership.  
  • There is already deep knowledge & expertise available in the country in Cloud Computing and associated technologies, as well as business and regulatory areas applicable to Cloud. Subject matter experts from private and public R&D institutions, academia and business community have responded very enthusiastically to the call for the formation of this CLOUD COMPUTING Innovation Council   The CLOUD COMPUTING INNOVATION COUNCIL is a collaboration platform with the objective of bringing together technical experts from across Industry, Academia and Government to drive innovation around Cloud Computing technologies. These innovations are focused towards India emerging as a global leader in cloud computing technologies & services as well as accelerating adoption and deployment of cloud computing in the country. Goals : This council would have the following goals 1. Publishing a white paper outlining a 3 to 5 year roadmap for Innovations around CLOUD COMPUTING to: Accelerate the adoption and deployment of Cloud Computing as the IT Infrastructure of choice by various market segments in the country. Spanning across – Government (eGovernance, eHealth, eEducation) Large enterprises (banks, telecom, transport, manufacturing etc.) New SME’s with special focus on removing barriers to adoption, leveraging lessons from telecom & mobile success story. Accelerate the emergence of India as a globally competitive provider of Cloud Services & Infrastructure Leveraging lessons from the global success of IT/ITES and VLSI design communities   2. Provide recommendations for –   Standards development, adoption & deployment (Interoperability test bed etc.) Focused research and capability building initiatives Industry – academia- government collaborations Specific proposals for Innovative Cloud based solutions, delivery models, IP and product development by the Start-up ecosystem IT/ITES Sector Domestic and Global R&D labs Public Private Partnerships Regulatory, Legislation and Policy issues to promote innovation
  • Suggestion by Manoj to merge Section 2.2 and 3.1 How about Cloud Management and SLA’s ?
  • PHASE 1 : INCUBATION Industry Connections -- Individual based program detailed in the Industry Connections Policies and Procedure document. Oversight by IEEE-SA Industry Connections . Executive Committee (5 to 15 members) : Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary New Appointments to Ad hoc Committees Fortnightly release of White Paper updates Sponsorship of operational model – Program Manager, Web master, Administrative Assistant Planning of Workshops, stake holder consultations Review of Ad hoc Committees Ad hoc Committtees – Chair, Vice Chair Preparation of the sub-sections Innovation Proposals – concept, funding model, tracking progress Recommendations of Stake holder consultations PHASE 2 : MATURATION --- Governing Council provides strategic direction to the Executive Committee. It comprises key decision makers and thought leaders from across Industry, Academia and Government. Advisors and consultants on strategic areas can be appointed for 6 months to 1 year. Governing Council responsibilities include : Recommend New members to the Executive Council : Identify gaps and new focus areas for the Executive Council. Solicit nominations and finalise new appointments to the Executive Council. Review the Innovation Proposals and solicit funding sources : The EC shall review the various Innovation Proposals and their progress during execution with the intention of helping steer them to success. EC members shall pro-actively solicit funds and resources for successful execution of the Innovation Proposals. Branding and Strategic Affiliations : Pro-actively engage in branding exercises in order to promote participation and support for the working groups. Foster strategic affiliations with various global (eg. SNIA, DMTF, IEEE, OSF, ONF etc ..), government (DEITY, DOT etc) and industry(CII, NASSCOM etc.) entities . The Executive Committee provides high-level guidance regarding technical areas related to next-generation CLOUD COMPUTING technologies. Executive Committee members bring extensive technical expertise across Industry, Academia and Government. The Chair of the various working groups are de facto members of the Executive Committee. The Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer are selected from this team. Operational support is provided by a small sectretariat comprising of a Program Manager, Webmaster, Administrative Assistant. Executive Committee term appointments are annual, and the chair, vice-chair position rotates quarterly. Advisors and consultants for specific technology may be appointed for 6 months to 1 year. Executive Committee responsibilities include: Create and Oversee Working Groups : Any EC member can recommend a new working group. Each recommendation must include technical and market justification and clearly defined requirements. EC members can also recommend changes to a workgroup’s charter. Review the Innovation Proposals and solicit funding sources : The EC shall review the various Innovation Proposals and their progress during execution with the intention of helping steer them to success. EC members shall pro-actively solicit funds and resources for successful execution of the Innovation Proposals. Identify Issues for Resolution : The EC identifies high-level operational, technical and architectural issues that should be resolved before moving forward with the Innovation Proposals. Manage Affiliations : The EC advises the Governing Council regarding entities that are under consideration for affiliation with Cloud Computing Innovation Council. Working groups tackle the most important task of forming collaborative teams to generate Innovation Proposals . They would pro-actively engage with global experts. They would seek out support and funding for these proposals and oversee their execution. They would make recommendations to the EC and Governing Council. The Innovation Proposals would take the form of : 1. Pilot Project Proposals 2. Research Project Proposals 3. Interoperability & Standards development Proposals 4. Entity incubation Proposals 5. Capability building proposals Knowledge sharing events – conferences, workshops etc Training – e Learning Rewards & Recognitions – Challenges, Awards, fellowships etc …
  • Vision, scope and organisational approach to be published AND APPROVED. Everyone to sign up for a working group and role. Proposals for renaming council 3 proposals from Dr Prabhu, connection to S Korea - kaas, webservices framework, apps store on NOFN, NKN. Gopal presented the 2/3/5 year vison and summary of Gairola discussion – Focus to be on Global leadership . The presentation to be incorporated into the Vision secion of the white paper every one to send one liner, role in council and picture for the conference Prashant & Rohan to publish the blueprint for Innovation ecosystem. Emphasis on leading w Innovation , creating a vibrant research and innovation around cloud. Inputs from Dr Janakiram eHealth sub committee to be formed lead by Vibhakar Bhushan, 4 BIG data – very nascent in India looking forward focus on ehealth, egovernance to begin with. Data culture to be created Aadhar data --- focus for Innovation & Analytics BIG data being available to small players -- Data Stores 2. Mohan Saas –Applications – Proactive creation and usage of Apps on the egovernance infrastructure . 3. Interoperability – Participation in Standards 4. Regulation and Policies – impacting movement to cloud 5. Regulation & Policies – India specific surveys, 6. IEEE SA is happy to help incubate this effort. From concept to execution and market acceptance . IIP,IEEE-SA Ind Conn is the right forum to promote this …
  • Steve Diamond and Wayne Adams in EMC – PRESIDENT OF SNIA
  • Suggestion by Manoj to merge Section 2.2 and 3.1 How about Cloud Management and SLA’s ?

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  • Cloud Computing Innovation Council Pamela Kumar CLOUD COMPUTING: The New Normal ? Cloud computing is more than just another IT platform shift—it will transform not only the IT industry, but every sector of society. “Innovations in technology, design, service delivery, and business models are needed to make further inroads and embrace the cloud’s untapped potential.” - San Murugesan , Editor CLOUD COVER, January 2013
  • CLOUD COMPUTING INNOVATION COUNCIL Passion for technology Collaborate Innovate GOVERNMENT ACADEMIA INDUSTRY Professional Bodies / CONSULTANTS GLOBAL LEADER ACCELERATE ADOPTION & DEPLOYMENT VISION
  • Government Academia IndustryBodies / Consultants Industry (MNC’s) Industry (Start- ups) NInC IIMB IEEE Bharti Wolken Software DEITY IITM SNIA Idea Novatium DoT IISc DMTF Vodafone Komli Labs NIC IIITB Open Group Yahoo i2itelesolutions CDAC IITD ONF, ODI Google Anveshan CDoT IITB OASIS Amazon AnyTime Medicare TRAI IIITD OpenStack Infosys pinkwhale Others CSCC Wipro PESIT IETF TCS CLOUD Byte W3C IBM Vaultize OSLC HP ZINNOV Cisco Frost & Sullivan Microsoft CSI NetApp NASSCOM, iSPIRT Vmware, EMC FICCI Xerox Labs CII SAP, Oracle CLOUD ECO-SYSTEM
  • TABLE of CONTENTSOVERVIEW : Sub sections : 1. Vision, Scope & Definition 2. Global Technology Trends & India Market Trends (background) 3. Cloud Computing Initiatives & Opportunities in India 4. Challenges & barriers to deployment, adoption & world class innovation 5. Approach & Strategy 6. CONCLUSION (including next steps) – Section 1 - Usage Scenarios & Service Delivery Framework Section 2 : Platform & Infrastructure Framework Section 3: Cloud Enabling Framework 1.1 E-governance & Industry Specific Cloud Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals – eg. Pilots for NOFN and NKN 2.1 Architecture - Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals – System Architecture Compute for Cloud, Network for Cloud Storage for Cloud Cloud OS & Virtualisation Legacy Systems 3.1 Cloud SLA’s (QoS ,Reliability etc) Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals - 1.2 ICT for development – eEducation, eHealth Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals –eg. Ref,Architecture & Stds for eHealth 2.2 CLOUD Management – Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals - OSS/BSS Software defined Data Center 3.2. CLOUD Security, Privacy& Anonymity- Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals - Data Sovereignty 1.3 SaaS & Applications evolution, Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals - Web Services Framework 2.3 Platforms: Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals – Localisation & Language support Knowledge as a Service HPC as a Service 3.3 Interoperability & Standards- Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals 1.4 BIG DATA & ANALYTICS – Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals – Analytics for eHealth, eEducation 2.4 Support Infrastructure: Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals – Green Computing Access technologies 3,4 , Policies & Regulations– Rahul De Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposal – World Cloud Council Data Security IPR 1.5 Innovation Ecosystem –- Clusters, Sandbox Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals – Start –ups (incubation, investors etc.)
  • TOP INNOVATION PROPOSALS 7/10/2013 5 1. Innovation sandbox - Gopal Pingali 2. World Cloud Council - Rahul De' 3. Innovation Clusters - D Janakiraman 4. Web Services framework & Apps Store for eGovernance - CSR Prabhu 5. Knowledge as a Service - CSR Prabhu 6. eHealth Reference Architecture, Standards & Analytics - Vibhakar & SHS 7. Standards Development Framework- WG 3.3 8. Intercloud Interoperability Demo -– Ramki
  • Maturity Organisational Principles STRUCTURE PROPOSALS OUTCOMES Steering Team Standards &Interoperability Standards, Test beds, usecases “Think-tank” Viewpoint White papers, Reference Architectures, Roadmap Executive Team Pilot Projects Apps, Protos Working Groups Research Projects Papers, Patents Advisors & Consultants Entity Incubation Innovation Sandbox, Clusters, Regulation Council Revenues, Policy & regulatory recommendations, Incubations, entities Capability Building Conferences, workshops, eLearning, challenges, awards, participation in global forums CBPP Principles Open Innovation Not for Profit – Matching Grants CLOUD COMPUTING INNOVATION COUNCIL
  • Chair, Vice Chair, Program Manager White Paper & Web page updates Weekly review w execom Monthly workshop Key Decision Makers and Influencers from Govt, Industry & Academia Annual Conference, Quarterly review, Monthly updates and 1x1 follow-ups Chairs of Sections & Working groups Weekly Review Monthly Workshop White Paper , Web page Collaboration Platform Min 5 members – 1 rep from Industry, Academia & Govt White Paper sub-section updates Set Strategic Direction Mobilise Strategic Affiliations Sponsor Innovation Proposals Review Performance Nominations -new members, WorkingGroups Strategic Affiliation proposals Oversight & guidelines for Working Groups Lead Working Groups Mobilise resources for Innovation Proposals Generation & execution of Innovation Proposals New member nominations SME’s , Advisors, Affiliations Track the measures of success Steering Committee * Executive Committee Section Committee Working Groups Governance Structure (from mid 2014) * Currently there is no Steering Committee and Executive Committee is performing the steering function as well, with oversight from IC-COM ( IEEE- SA Industry Connections) Strategy execution - plan, policies, procedures Manage Strategic Affiliations Form Sections & Working Groups Establish Collaboration Platform Approval of new members Mobilise resources for Sections COLLABORATION PLATFORM Program Managers Web Masters External Web Page Collaboration Workspace for Meetings, Workshops Innovation Proposals WHAT ? WHO & HOW ?
  • Working Groups – Adhoc Committees Execomm : CHAIR– Pamela Vice Chair – CSRP Program Manager – Sri Chandra EDITOR – Praveen WG Chairs : Prahlad Rao, Janakiram, Gopal. Sandeep. Rahul De, Ramakrishnan, Suhaan , Vibhakar, Geetha, Nitin, Sairam WG Vice Chairs - SHS, Rohan, Manoj, Kapali, Dinkar Reviewers : Sarat Chandra, MR Rajagopal, Mohan A, Neeta, Moona, Pari , Ananth Krishnan(?) Advisors / Consultants - Harish, Steve Diamond, Section 1 - Usage Scenarios & Service Delivery CHAIR-Gopal Vice Chair – D Janakiram Program Manager - TBD Section 2 - Platform & Infrastructure Framework CHAIR - Sandeep Vice Chair - Geetha Manjunath Program Manager - TBD Section 3: Cloud Enabling Framework CHAIR – Rahul De Vice Chair - Program Manager – TBD 1.1.1 E-governance Chair - CSRP Members 1.1.2 - Industry Specific Cloud CHAIR - Gopal Pingali , Members – BM Rao, Annapurna (?) 2.1 Architecture - CHAIR - Sandeep, Vice Chair - Members – Compute , Storage , Network – Santosh, Payal Cloud OS & Vitualisation - PRABHAKAR,Amir, Shyam, Niranjan, V Jegana, 3.1 QoS & Reliability – CHAIR Niitin Upadhyay, Vice Chair Members - J Lakshmi, Robert Ravi 1.2 ICT for development – CHAIR – Vibhakar Bhushan Vice Chair – TBD Members – CSRP - eAgriculure eHealth - Ramki, Sham B(?), Anita Shet (?) eEducation, - Sujatha, Rajesh (?) 2.2 CLOUD Management: CHAIR – Vice Chair – Manoj Jain Members : Vinod, Haridas 3.2. Security, Privacy& Anonymity- CHAIR - Atul Negi (?) Vice Chair - Kapali Members –Debu Nayak, Sandeep Patil, S Mukerji, Manoj Jain, Anjana Chaudhary(?), Ravi Vijay V (?)(NIC), 1.3 SaaS & Applications evolution - CHAIR – T S Mohan(?) Vice Chair – TBD Members – Gopal, Vibhakar, CSRP 2.3 Platforms:, SAP team (?) Raj Kumar Buyya -- 3.3 Interoperability & Standards - Chair – Pamela, 3.3.1 StdsCo-Chair – Prahlad 3.3.2 interoperability Co Chair –- Ramakrishnan Members - V Jegana, Meenakshi, Amir, Neeta, Payal S, Kailash, Sri Chandra, Ashish Asthana (?) Consultants – Deepak, David 1.4 BIG DATA - CHAIR – Geetha Vice Chair - SHS, Members- Chellaiah, Vibhakar, Prahlad, Lenin (?) from NIC, EMC , Aneesh (?) 2.4 Data Centre Support Infrastructure: CHAIR – Pamela (?) Vice Chair – TBD Members - Green Computing – Pala (?) Access Technologies – V Shrinath 3.4 Regulation and Policy : CHAIR – Rahul De Vice Chair – Members – Mishi , Suhaan Mukerji 1.5 Innovation Ecosystem – CHAIR – D Janakiram Vice Chair – Rohan Members - Gopal, Prashant Gupta, Radha , Shanti (?), Saksham (?) Collaboration Platform Team – Pamela , Sri, Chandra Yathi, Shrinath, Ganesh, Nandakumar, Abhrajit, Ankith
  • Ownership Maturity Oct 2012 to Jan 2013 Meetings with NInC Proposal to NInC •March - May: Workshops at IIM, CDAC Proposals to DIT, IEEE ToC in place •May / June: First Draft of White Paper Formalising under Industry Connections Program •July/ August/ Sept: Industry Connections’ Individual based Program (EC + Ad hoc Committees) Operational structure in place Stake Holder Consultations Proposal Generation Open Framework Review w DEITY •October : Release of White Paper Transition to entity based Key Milestones & Working Model • Evolution to – • CLOUD COMPUTING INNOVATION Open Forum OR • CLOUD COMPUTING INNOVATION Society of India • Innovation Proposals – • Objectives • Measures of Success • Milestones & deliverables • Governance model • Working model • Resources / Funding • Risks & Barriers • Half Yearly Meeting w DEITY • Yearly IEEE Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets (CCEM) conference • Partnerships with • CSI, NASSCOM, iSPIRT etc • IEEE- SA, CS, CCI • SNIA, DMTF, OGF, OSF, ONF etc Phase 3 SELF SUSTAINED 2017 + Phase 2 MATURATION 2014 - 2016 Phase 1 INCUBATION 2013 /2014 Launch an Entity Based Open Forum. Individual based membership to continue Entity Membership w fees Operational Support ( DEITY ?? CII ?? NASSCOM??) Governing Council Strategic Direction, Affiliations Sponsorship Quarterly Review Executive Committee Technical Direction Oversight of Working Groups Review,Support Innovation Proposals Manage Affiliations Approve new members Working groups Generation of Innovation Proposals Execute, evaluate Innovation Proposals Recommend new members, new groups
  • S.T.O.R.A.G.E. 2010-11 GOALS SAGE SCENARIOS, PLATFORMS & INFRASTRUCTURE, ENABLEMENT FRAMEWORK U Leadership Collaborative Innovation OpenForum>>Outcomes Working Groups, Discussion Forums, Fortnightly updates In Global Forums & Accelarating deployment & adoption Passion for technology, spirit of “GIVE BACK” Industry, Academia, Government, Professional bodies SMART, Measures of success, Evaluation Framework CONCLUSIONS & Next Steps Driven by volunteers DOES THIS INTEREST YOU ? HERE IS HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE 1.AS A COLLABORATOR – Join 1 or 2 working groups 2.AS A VOLUNTEER – Program management, Web portal development / mngt, 3.NOMINATIONS – Recommend Subject Matter Experts through your networks
  • BACK- UP Slides
  • 29 July WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE – All active working groups to complete First Draft of White Paper covering - - Global Trends - Initiatives & opportunities in India - Challenges & barriers to innovation and adoption in India THEME PROPOSED - " e Governance & eHealth " - Special invited talks for these - All working groups to prioritise technology challenges related to the theme as far as possible PREPARATION for Workshop - - All Section chairs/ vice chairs (along with working group chairs/vice chairs) to actively track and mobilise the write-ups from the working groups - template for white paper and proposals to be elaborated further - first version of external web page and collaboration portal to be released 08/03/13 12
  • Agenda for workshop –July 29(page1of 2) 9 to 9:20 Updates on IEEE-CCEM and CLOUDCon 2013,CHINA – Gopal 9:20 – 10:00 –PANEL 1 – Usage Scenarios for India – Moderator –Gopal 10:00 – 10:30 – External Web Page & Collaboration Platform- Sri, Shrinath, Nandakumar & Ganesh 10:30 – 11:30 - NII 2.0 - Prof. Sadagopan / CSR Prabhu 11:30 to 12 :15 - PANEL 2 : eHealth – Moderator - Vibhakar 12:15 to 12:30 SaaS and Applications evolution - Web Services Framework – T. Mohan 12:30 to 12:45 BIG DATA and ANALYTICS - Srinivasan, Geetha, 12:45 to 1:00 Innovation EcoSystem - Rohan, Prashant, LUNCH BREAK 1:00 to 1:45 08/03/13 13
  • Agenda for workshop (page 2 of 2) 1:45 to 2:30 Architecture System Architectures – Grid - SANDEEP Compute , Storage , Network - SANTHOSH Cloud OS & Virtualisation - PRABHAKAR, AMIR 2:30 to 2:45 Storage for Cloud – Sairam 2:45 to 3:00 CLOUD Management -- Manoj / Vinod OSS, BSS - Software Defined Data Center - monitoring, metering, fault mngt etc. 3:00 to 3:15 Data Centre Support Infrastructure – Shrinath V 3 :15 to 3:30 Platforms & Middleware: Discussion BREAK 3:30 to 4:pm 08/03/13 14 4 to 4:45 PANEL 3 : Cloud Enablement Framework – Rahul De, TALK 9 - 4:45 to 5 QoS & Reliability – Niitin Upadyhay, J Lakshmi, Robert Ravi TALK 10 - 5 to 5 :15 Security, Privacy& Anonymity- Kapali, Sarat Chandra TALK 11 – 5:15 to 5:30 Interoperability & Standards – Prahlad, Ramki TALK 12 – 5:30 to 5:45 Regulations , Policies etc – Rahul De, Lakshmi WORLD CLOUD COUNCIL 5:45 to 6:00 Summary and Next Steps – Pamela Kumar
  • TOP 8 INNOVATION PROPOSALS - (drafts to be presented) 1. Innovation sandbox - Gopal Pingali 2. World Cloud Council - Rahul De' 3. Innovation Clusters - D Janakiraman 4. Web Services framework & Apps Store for eGovernance - CSR Prabhu 5. Knowledge as a Service - CSR Prabhu 6. eHealth Reference Architecture, Standards & Analytics - Vibhakar Bhushan & SHS 7. Standards Development Framework- WG 3.3 8. Intercloud Interoperability Demo -– Ramki 08/03/13 15
  • GUIDELINES for WHITE PAPER 1. Over all white-paper is recommended to be 50 to 150 pages by NInC. Let us target 50 to 60 page main report . + 50 to 100 pages of reference material as annexures 2. Each Section should target 15 to 20 pages report and max 30 pages of annexure. 3. Each Working Group Report should consist of :- – Abstract + Team Composition – GLOBAL Trends - 1 page + 3 to 5 pages annexure – India Initiatives & Opportunities - 1 page + 3 o 5 pages annexure – Challenges and Barriers to Innovation,adoption & deployment - 1 page – Innovation Proposals - 2 pages + 2 to 3 pages of annexure 08/03/13 16
  • Team Composition & Structure Rahul De IIMB Prahlad Rao, CDAC TEAM3 : Cloud Enablement Framework ADVISORS : Harish Mysore, Mary Neilsen, Jim Wendorf - IEEE, Rajat Moona CDAC, S Sadagopan IIITB. Steve Diamond – EMC/IEEE, Stefan Pappe –IBM Fellow D Janakiram, IITM Pamela Kumar CSR Prabhu (NIC) Sri Chandra (IEEE) Vikas/Suhaan (NInC) Sandeep Dhar,CISCO GopalPingali,IBM Praveen B ZINNOV Debu Nayak HUAWEI Nitin Upadhyaya SAMSUNG Robert Ravi, TRAIPari ZINNOV, Benoy F&S DS Ravindran,Governance, Neeta, A Mohan, NIC Yahoo,Amazon, Google Prabhakar,Vm ware,Santosh,NetApp Janakiram,IITM RaghavanS,INFOSYS JayPrakash,IIITB RohanJoshi,WOLKEN SaratChandraCDAC TSMohan,INFOSYS RahulDeIIM Shyam SundarTIFR Yathish HUAW EI M adhusudan Rao,M R Rajagopalan CDACNiranjan EM C NetApp JLakshm iIISc SudhirDixitHP Geetha Xerox,Haridass,W IPRO SudhirDixit,HP Prashant M ICROSOFT,Vinod Novatium JM SuriTEC TEAM1:CloudUsageScenarios ApplicationsandMiddleware TEAM 2:Cloud Com puting Infrastructure CISCO,, HP, HUAWEI, IBM, MICROSOFT,NetApp SAMSUNG, VMware YAHOO,GOOGLE, INFOSYS, WOLKEN, WIPRO, NOVATIUM, TCS, Bharti, Govt. / Public sector CDAAC, NIC, TRAI, DoT Academia IIITB, IIMB, IISc, IITM, TIFR IITD, IITB, IITK Industry – Bodies/Consultants IEEE, ZINNOV, F&S, SNIA, DMTF CORE TEAM COORDINATORS Extended team/ Stake holders TEAM LEADs* Linked to DIT INDUSTRY 08/03/13 17 SharatChndraCDAC
  • TABLE of CONTENTSOVERVIEW : Sub sections : 1. Vision, Scope & Definition 2. Global Technology Trends & India Market Trends (background) 3. Cloud Computing Initiatives & Opportunities in India 4. Challenges & barriers to deployment, adoption & world class innovation 5. Approach & Strategy 6. CONCLUSION (including next steps) – Section 1 - Usage Scenarios & Service Delivery Framework Section 2:Platform & Infrastructure Framework Section 3: Cloud Enabling Framework 1.1 E-governance & Industry Specific Cloud Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals – eg. Pilots for NOFN and NKN 2.1 Architecture - System Architectures – Grid etc Compute , Storage , Network Cloud OS & Virtualisation Legacy Support, Proposal – CLOUD In a box Innovation incubation etc 3.1 QoS & Reliability – Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals 1.2 ICT for development – eEducation,, eHealth Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals 2.2 CLOUD Management – Autonomous Operations: OSS, BSS Software Defined Data Center, Monitoring, metering, fault mngt etc. Runtime Environments 3.2. Security, Privacy& Anonymity- 3.2.1 Confidentiality ,privacy of sensitive data 3.2.2 Monitoring and surveillance: 3.2.3 Maintaining anonymity when desired; 3.2.4 Universal privacy protection – 3.2.5 Mining cloud data 1.3 SaaS & Applications evolution, Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals - Web Services Framework 2.3 Platforms: Cloud middleware for application development Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals Localisation & Language support Knowledge as a service 3.3 Interoperability & Standards- Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals 1.4 BIG DATA & ANALYTICS – Global Trends Initiatives & Opportunities in India Challenges & Barriers in India Proposals 2.4 Data Centre Support Infrastructure: Green Computing -Power, Cooling, Ambience etc Networking for Cloud - 3,4 Regulations , Policies etc – Rahul De 3.4.1 Pricing 3.4.2 Networking & content Policy 3.4.3 Licensing & contracts 3.4.4 Legal & regulatory Issues Proposal – World Cloud Council 1.5 Innovation Ecosystem –- Innovation sandbox , clusters -Startups – ecosystem (incubation, investors) -Skill & talent Development -PPP Collaborations Framework -FOSS …
  • Roles & Responsibilities / Governance Model Steering Committee- eminent leaders across Govt., Academia and Industry, key decision makers and influencers , keen interest in promoting innovation in the technology areas related to cloud computing( for eg. Sam Pitroda/ BK Gairola, Kris Gopalakrishnan etc ....) 2. The primary role of the Steering Committee would be to - Set Strategic Direction and mobilise strategic affiliations Sponsor Innovation Proposals Review Performance Executive Committee/ Overview team Plan and execution for completion and updates of Overview Section Formation of Section teams and working groups- approvals of new members Review Progress & Adherence to guidelines of Sections - Weekly review meeting Strategic Affiliations -- Section Committee - Sections team Aleast 5 members with Chair /Vice Chair and representation from Industry, Academia and Govt. Plan and Execution for Completion and updates of Section Nomination of new members for Section and working groups Present weekly update to Overview team Review Progress and adherence to guidelines of sub-sections Propose Strategic Affiliations and guidelines Mobilise resources for Innovation Proposals Working Groups - Sub-sections TEAM - Aleast 5 members with Chair /Vice Chair and representation from Industry, Academia and Govt. Plan and Execution for Completion and updates of sub-Section Nomination of new members for sub-section and extended members – SMEs , Advisors, Proposal teams etc . Generation and execution of Innovation Proposals Weekly update to Section team Adherence to guidelines of sub-sections Propose Strategic Affiliations and guidelines
  • Roles & Responsibilities / Governance Model GUIDELINES for INDUCTION of New Members : Anyone can nominate new members Use Overview document to solicit new members Preferably try to identify specific role for new members to fill in existing gaps – Chair/ Vice-Chair, Member, Advisors/Consultants Face to face meeting w new member to induct them Brief bio to be circulated amongst all Council members for comments, Review and Approval in Overview meeting GUIDELINES for Proposals – Collaborative effort between Industry, Academia and Government with atleast 5 collaborators SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-bound) Follow the approach of matching grants from various sources Specify evaluation framework (metrics and governance Templates for the following proposals : 1. Pilot Project Proposals 2. Research Project Proposals 3. Interoperability & Standards development Proposals 4. Entity incubation Proposals 5. Capability building proposals • Knowledge sharing events – conferences, workshops etc • Training – e Learning • Rewards & Recognitions – Challenges, Awards, fellowships etc … Proposals should cover – • Objectives • Scope • Measures of Success • Milestones & deliverables • Governance model • Working model • Resources / Funding • Risks & Barriers
  • VISION/MISSION • Draw a roadmap for the next 10 years of Technology Innovations needed for CLOUD COMPUTING, with a special focus on the needs in INDIA, spanning – Vision of capabilities, scale, and evolution – Ecosystem and innovation platform for government, citizens, educational institutions, companies (different sectors), mobile access to cloud services – Reference architecture, operational model – Standards especially for interoperability – Innovation sandbox • Be the thinktank for the “Decision Makers” in the Govt of India formulating the policies and plans associated with deployment of Cloud Computing in the Country • Compose the Committee and formulate a first draft of the roadmap in the next 150 days • Half Yearly Innovation Council meeting to evolve and drive agenda, monitor progress. (proposed term – 2 years) • Yearly IEEE Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets (CCEM) conference engaging players in the ecosystem, and including practical demonstrations of capabilities on evolving national cloud infrastructure, and driving the agenda forward.
  • Selection Criteria guidelines • Profile , email id, cell number • Area of expertise • What are the challenges and barriers to deployment & adoption of Cloud Computing in India • Which of these is closest to your area of expertise and you would like to contribute to ( refer slide 4- Table of Contents – additional sub topics can be proposed as discussion forums)- • Refer slide 7 - Specify the role you can play in the working groups of your choice – Lead Collaborator, Co-Lead Collaborator or Collaborator • Can you share a brief technical proposal on the nature of Innovation reqd to address any one challenge that you feel strongly about • Key connections in the Cloud ecosystem – decision makers, user community, technology players… • Commitment to join the working group weekly meeting and monthly workshop for next 150 days • Commitment to spend 3 to 4 hours per week on this activity • Any other suggestions on how you would like to contribute