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Michael Boniface: Building Service Testbeds on FIRE

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Michael Boniface: Building Service Testbeds on FIRE

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Michael Boniface: Building Service Testbeds on FIRE

  1. 1. Services Testbeds PanelService Wave 2010Michael Bonifacemjb@it-innovation.soton.ac.ukW: www.bonfire-project.euE: bonfire@bonfire-project.eu<br />
  2. 2. Do you have ideas for innovative cloud and service technologies?<br />
  3. 3. Do you need infrastructure resources to prove them?<br />
  4. 4. Do you need money to make it happen?<br />
  5. 5. +<br />+<br />=<br />
  6. 6. BonFIRE Project Overview<br />Virtual Cloud FederatorVM managers and repositoriesService Deployment DescriptorsService Life-cycle ManagerService SLAsQoS Monitoring, etc<br />Experimentally driven research for Internet of Services selected through open calls<br />Heterogeneous cloud resources<br />Advanced control and monitoring<br />Experiment lifecycle management<br />Large scale experimentation<br />Service and networkconvergence<br />Permanent and on-request infrastructure facilities<br />
  7. 7. Need for common activities in service testbeds?<br />Testbedshave roles throughout the service lifecycle<br />Tests are broad with the trend towards *aaS<br />Generally three classes of testbedsfunded (commercial public, private, public/private)<br />Need to promote connected as well as common activities<br />
  8. 8. General challenges for sustainable testbeds<br />Users/customers need control<br />what services they consume, how much is used, and by whom<br />Service providers need independence<br />maintain control of their own resources<br />Accountability must be addressed at many levels (QoS, SLAs, usage and cost)<br />best effort not really good enough for anyone<br />centralised brokers have inherent difficulties<br />Security must to be commercial standards<br />especially for near to market experiments<br />Maintenance must be cost effective<br />academia<br />industry<br />

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