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EUBrasilCloudFORUM - Concertation Meeting

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EUBrasilCloudFORUM - Concertation Meeting

  1. 1. Concertation Meeting 18th April 2018 Brasilia, Brazil
  2. 2. Opening and Welcome Priscila Solis, Associate Professor BR Coordinator Universidade de Brasilia Concertation Meeting 18th April 2018 Brasilia, Brazil Marco Vieira, Full Professor EU Coordinator Universidade de Coimbra
  3. 3. Agenda 3 Opening and Welcome Overview of the EUBrasilCloudForum and presentation of Final Research Roadmap EU-Brazil ICT collaboration today : projects presentations Open Discussion EUBrasilCloudForum MarketPlace EUBrasilCloudFORUM & ATMOSPHERE – Cloudscape Brazil 2018 Closing and Wrap-up Networking Lunch 18/04/2018 EUBrasilCloudFORUM Concertation Meeting
  4. 4. EUBrasilCloudFORUM Vision To ensure a structured dialogue on EU-Brazil policy, research and innovation Offer a forum for community- and goal-driven dialogue, organizational support and channels for promoting new services and common solutions Organize a series of EU-BR Cloud Computing events Give visibility to services available in the EU-BR landscape and facilitate their market uptake 4
  5. 5. Consortium 5 University of Brasilia University of São Paulo Federal University of Santa Catarina University of Coimbra Trust-IT Services Waterford Institute of Technology + Opinion Leaders Expert group 19 well-known individuals Academia & Industry & Government EU & BR
  6. 6. Objectives & Cooperation Model Enable EU and Brazil to formulate a common strategy and approach for R&I in Cloud Computing aligned with the priorities of each region 1 2 3 4 FORUM A community driven engagement forum for EU-Brazil policy and research and innovation dialogues ROADMAP EU-Brazil Research and Innovation ROADMAP and Action Plan related to Cloud Computing MARKETPLACE A web based Service Platform to promote the results from the EU- Brazil community & success stories EVENTS including EU-BR policy dialogue, Cloudscape Brazil, and cooperation workshops 6
  7. 7. Community Engagement Working Groups Two WG during 2016 and 2017 Events Organization WCN Cloudscape Brazil Cooperation Workshops in EU-BR Policy Dialogues Advisory Board 19 experts from academia, industry and government who provided valuable feedback for ours deliverables/reports 7
  8. 8. Advisory Board Members 8 IGNACIO BLANQUER Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain) ANDREA BONDAVALLI University of Florence (Italy) KARIN BREITMAN Dell EMC Brazil Labs (Brazil) ANDREY BRITO UFCG (Brazil) ALVARO COUTINHO HPC Center (Brazil) HEBER MAIA JUNIOR Ministry of Planning (Brazil) DEMI GETSCHKO NIC.br (Brazil) AFONSO LAMOUNIER JR. SAP (Brazil) FLÁVIO LENZ CESAR Central Bank of Brazil (Brazil) FABIO MARTINELLI IIT-CNR (Italy)
  9. 9. Advisory Board Members 9 FELIPE MATOS Startup Farm (Brazil) PHILIPPE O. A. NAVAUX INF-UFRGS (Brazil) OGNJEN PRNJAT GRNET (Greece) FLÁVIO RECH WAGNER UFRGS (Brazil) JOSÉ LUIZ RIBEIRO FILHO RNP (Brazil) MICHEL RIGUIDEL Télécom Paristech (France) ALFONSO RIOS ALONSO Indra Sistemas (Spain) WAGNER MEIRA UFMG - EUBraBIGSEA (Brazil) LUIZ DA SILVA Trinity College - Futebol (Brazil)
  10. 10. EU-Brazil Research Roadmap and Action Plan in Cloud Computing
  11. 11. To define a EU/BR Research Roadmap on Cloud Computing, including security aspects Analyze the current gaps and research needs Understand the scientific capabilities in EU and BR Identify collaboration needs and opportunities Propose a Research Roadmap Select & engage a group of high-level Opinion Leaders 11
  12. 12. Roadmap Definition 12
  13. 13. Scenarios SC1. Environmental monitoring and resource management SC2. Assisted health and well-being SC3. Smart industries and manufacturing SC4. Intelligent businesses and enterprises SC5. Education, research and science 13 Scenario Needs Why cooperation? Related Initiatives
  14. 14. Drivers Cloud computing technologies are global and pervasive Security; Privacy and Trust; Data flow; Portability; Interoperability; QoE Socio-economic factors affect the cloud computing market Regulations; Human Factors; Innovative Services; New business models Technological innovation creates new issues Green Computing; Open Data; Standardization; Open platforms 14
  15. 15. Scenarios vs Drivers 15 SC1 Environment SC2 Health SC3 Industry SC4 Enterprises SC5 Education Cloud computing technologies are global and pervasive Security medium high high high medium Privacy and Trust medium high high high high Data flow medium high medium high medium Portability medium high high medium high Interoperability high high high high high QoE low high medium high high Socio-economic factors affect the cloud computing market Regulations high high high medium low Human Factors medium high high high high Innovative Services high high medium high high New business models high medium high high low Technological innovation creates new issues Green Computing high low medium high medium Open Data high medium low low high Standardization medium high high high high Open platforms high high medium low high
  16. 16. Gaps & Opportunities (1) OP5. Cloud to the Edge OP1. Technological and legal framework for managing security and privacy aspects on cloud OP2. An EU-BR community to work on common standards and frameworks OP8. Software and Cloud-based applications OP4. Cloud sustained cyber-physical systems and systems of systems 16
  17. 17. Gaps & Opportunities (2) OP3. Cloud federation at cross-regional level OP6. Cloud supported innovative and inclusive societies OP9. Transatlantic environments for advancing education and experimentation OP7. High Performance Computing (HPC) in Cloud environments 17
  18. 18. Industry Perspective - Scenarios SC2. Assisted health and well-being SC3. Smart industries and manufacturing SC4. Intelligent businesses and enterprises 18
  19. 19. Industry Perspective - Drivers DR1.1. Security DR1.2. Privacy and Trust DR1.5. Interoperability DR1.6. QoE Assessment DR2.3. Innovative services DR2.4 New business models DR3.1. Green computing 19
  20. 20. Industry Perspective - Opportunities OP5. Cloud to the edge OP1. Technological and legal framework for managing security and privacy aspects on cloud OP8. Software and Cloud-based applications OP3. Cloud federation at cross-regional level 20
  21. 21. Policy Perspective - Scenarios SC1. Environmental monitoring and resource management SC2. Assisted health and well-being SC5. Education, research and science 21
  22. 22. Policy Perspective - Opportunities OP1. Technological and legal framework for managing security and privacy aspects on cloud OP2. An EU-BR community to work on common standards and frameworks OP6. Cloud supported innovative and inclusive societies OP9. Transatlantic environments for advancing education and experimentation 22
  23. 23. Topics for future EU-BR Calls OP5. Cloud to the Edge OP1. Technological and legal framework for managing security and privacy aspects on cloud OP8. Software and Cloud-based applications OP4. Cloud sustained cyber-physical systems and systems of systems 23 OP2. An EU-BR community to work on common standards and frameworks
  24. 24. OP5. Cloud to the Edge (1) Innovative approaches to create, configure and manage time varying edge clouds, up to the case where each Internet connected device is a cloud provider/member, going beyond the fog paradigm Explore self-* (adaptation, organization, healing, etc.) techniques and tools, which are able to support the deployment of context aware, dynamic, and complex cloud based systems, and ensure high QoS Solutions for supporting and assessing resilience, security, response time, data portability and usage, as well as energy consumption of battery powered devices 24
  25. 25. OP5. Cloud to the Edge (2) Lightweight machine learning techniques and tools that consume less memory and require less storage, enables data analytics in edge nodes Infrastructure to use the cloud as a bridge to connect the Internet of Things with Internet of People, considering the security aspects Guidelines for defining SLAs for using edge nodes and pricing models required to create edge computing marketplace and methods for SLA-aware services... Contributions towards international standardization… 25
  26. 26. Marketplace: online catalogue to support transatlantic collaboration Sara Pittonet Gaiarin, Dissemination Manager, EU WP leader Rita Sofia Meneses, Website manager Trust-IT Services Antonio Augusto Fröhlich, Associate Professor, BR WP leader Giovani Gracioli , Assistant Professor UFSC 18th April 2018 Brasilia, Brazil
  27. 27. Coordinated calls in ICT between Brazil and EU started in 2010, with 4 coordinated calls launched in 2010, 2012 and 2015. Discover the projects funded so far. Who is behind EU-Brazil collaborative research in ICT? Meet the experts in our network Space with a list of European and Brazilian SMEs & Startups on cloud-related technologies, including IoT and Big Data (Regarding Brazilian SMEs, it started with start-ups hosted at CATI-certified (the Brazilian Information Technology Committee) accelerators. Read reports and deliverables and get insights into how Europe and Brazil are working for the development of a joint ICT market Services, tools and software components resulting from past EU-Brazil collaborative research projects will soon be accessible in this area Discover EUBrasilCloudFORUM past events, organised in Europe and Brazil. Plan your presence at future events. EU-BR collaborative projects Catalogue of EU-BR Collaboration in ICT 27 European & Brazilian SMEs & Startups Technological Assets Stakeholders Documents & reports EUBrasilCloudFORUM events www.eubrasilcloudforum.eu A unique entry-point to access relevant information about EU-BR collaboration in ICT, for all stakeholders interested in new partnerships and business opportunities
  28. 28. EU-BR collaborative projects 28 EU & BR SMEs & Start-ups Technological Assets Stakeholders Documents & reports EUBrasilCloudFORUM events 20 EU-BR Projects 3 bilateral initiatives 26 EU-BR innovative SMEs 33 ICT Assets ready to use 70 ICT experts on Cloud, IoT & Big Data 6 Documents with insights on ICT between EU & BR (+3 after EC approval) 8 Events organised by EUBrasilCloudFORUM A unique entry-point to access relevant information about EU-BR collaboration in ICT, for all stakeholders interested in new partnerships and business opportunities Catalogue of EU-BR Collaboration in ICT
  29. 29. EU-BR collaborative projects 29 EU & BR SMEs & Start-ups Technological Assets Stakeholders Documents & reports EU & BR ICT Events You are all listed here! Check your profile Want to showcase an ICT SME? Apply now Want to find potential users for your asset? Showcase it Want to find partners in ICT? Make yourself visible Interested in new insights on EU-BR ICT? Download or even publish your report Find EU & BR events in ICT. Visit the page Join our marketplace, find new users for your ICT results, create new partnerships & get fresh insights on transatlantic cooperation in ICT Catalogue of EU-BR Collaboration in ICT
  30. 30. 30 Using continuously multiple communication channels towards successful engagement with your stakeholders Extra Dissemination Activities Promotion at Cloudscape Brazil Events Dissemination in social media channels Presentations in EU & BR Research & Industry ICT events Dedicated page in EU- BR ICT Collaboration booklet
  31. 31. Questions? Thank you! | Obrigado! www.eubrasilcloudforum.eu @eubrasilcloudforum 31
  32. 32. Cloudscape Brazil 18th April 2018 Brasilia, Brazil
  33. 33. Cloudscape Brazil 2016 33 EUBrasilCloudFORUM project organized a two-day event within the Brazilian Computer Society Congress (CSBC): Workshop on Cloud Networks (WCN) with its first edition, on 6th July and Cloudscape Brazil, in its third edition on 7th July  Website updates, promotion and social media activity  2 Newsletters  2 Press releases  1 supporters campaign  1 position papers campaign  Continued social media campaigns  Posters & rolling presentations  Postcards, Give a ways and flyers – delegate package to 1.400 CSBC attendees  78 participants, 88% from Brazil  8 supporters from Research & Industry  22 position papers collected  80 tweets written, with over 50.000 impressions (July & August)  almost 600 accounts reached, 36 retweets avg.  2 interviews  + WG members Cloudscape Brazil is now a confirmed partner event of CSBC
  34. 34. Cloudscape Brazil 2017 34 Unlocking international collaborations between EU-BR industry & academia, while accelerating transatlantic innovation & collaboration 5th July 2017 6th July 2017  Promotion on website & social media  2 Newsletters  3 LinkedIn posts  1 supporters campaign  1 position papers campaign  1 Poster session campaign  1 PITCH session campaign  Postcards, Give a ways and flyers – delegate package to 900 CSBC attendees  Synergies with Industry associations & H2020 projects  12 interviews from Policy, Industry, Academia & Legislation  75 tweets written, with over 15.500 impressions (2-week period), 82 likes and 52 retweets avg.  Website pick of visitors  5 supporters from Industry  4 Posters + 5 Demos  + 10 WG members • Promote business partnerships between SMEs & Research • Witness to the formation of a Special Interest Group (SIG) on Cloud Computing at SBC
  35. 35. Cloudscape Brazil 2018 and WCN 2018 35 EUBrasilCloudFORUM project will organized a two-day event within the Brazilian Computer Society Congress (CSBC): Workshop on Cloud Networks (WCN on 6th July and Cloudscape Brazil (together with ATMOSPHERE project), Cloudscape Brazil is now a confirmed partner event of CSBC July 25th and 26th Consolitadion of the SIG in Cloud Computing CLOUDSCAPE 2018 Two sessions dedicated to results and discussions of Projects of the 3rd and 4th EU-BR Coordinated Call and space for demos and posters Other sessions: trustworthiness, cutting edge technologies (5G, Cloud and IoT, Fog computing and Future Directions for 2019 )
  36. 36. Wrap-up and Closing 18th April 2018 Brasilia, Brazil

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