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20080422 Overview of ICT research in Software & Services


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Presentation on software and services research at the OpenNet workshop, 22 April 2008

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20080422 Overview of ICT research in Software & Services

  1. 1. Software & Services, 3rd OpenNet Workshop Arian Zwegers DG INFSO Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures 3rd OpenNet Workshop
  2. 2. Overview • Current activities – NESSI Technology Platform – Projects in Software & Services • Future activities – Internet of Services – WP2009-10 • Conclusions 3rd OpenNet Workshop
  3. 3. NESSI Aims to develop a visionary strategy for Software and Services driven by a common Strategic Research Agenda where innovation and business strengths are reinforced. Expected impact: • standardisation, common service platform open standards • improve EU competitiveness in S&S • reduce sector fragmentation and align R&D efforts • openness: an open initiative mobilising SMEs, academia and industry • address key R&D and policy challenges in S&S 3rd OpenNet Workshop
  4. 4. NESSI Working Groups Business Services NESSI Public Sector Health Skills & Employability Landscape (02/2008) Future of ICT SME Open Source Core Internet NESSI Software Services Adoption Proposed Working Group Business Software Software Service Process Oriented Engineering Engineering ManagementInfrastructure NESSI Framework Existing Working Group User Trust, Services Service Semantic Security, Sciences Interaction Technology Dependability 3rd OpenNet Workshop (Source: NESSI, 2008)
  5. 5. Software & Services Overview of projects from call 1 Users & service front-ends Persist, ServFace, m:Ciudad, FAST, OPEN Engineering (complexity, dependability) Services SLA@SOI, SOA4ALL, Romulus, ADMIRE, SHAPE DEPLOY, S-CUBE, Protest, Q-ImPrESS, ALIVE, COMPAS, MANCOOSI, Infrastructure/Virtualisation MOST, DIVA RESERVOIR, IRMOS, SmartLM, STREAM, OMP Reference service architecture NEXOF-RA Support actions NESSI 2010, Service Web 3.0, Flossinclude 3rd OpenNet Workshop
  6. 6. Reservoir Expected Results • Deliver Services as Utilities • Next-Generation Infrastructure for Service Delivery – Resources and services can be transparently and dynamically managed, provisioned and relocated virtually “without borders” • Realize the utility computing paradigm in commercial scenarios • Analog to electrical power delivery (utility computing) • Capacity can be shifted to guarantee supply and lower costs – Adhere to SLA constraints via smart algorithms for placement and relocation of services (availability and scalability) • Outcome – architecture and implementation of service and infrastructure layers of the NESSI framework • Impact – create the basis for future service products – Enable utility-like deployment of services, relieving service consumers from awareness of IT attributes while providing QoS and security guarantees 3rd OpenNet Workshop (See
  7. 7. SLA@SOI Project Innovation • Main innovations – SLA management framework • tools & standards for SLA specification, negotiation & multi-layer management • guaranteed QoS in a dynamic and end-to-end fashion – adaptive SLA-aware infrastructures • standardized interfaces for adaptive infrastructures • advanced technologies for SLA enforcement on infrastructure level • efficient resource usage w/ reliable SLA enforcement at infrastructure level – engineering methods for predictable service-oriented systems • modelling techniques and prediction tools for SOA and SOI components – business management suite for e-contracting • covers complete business lifecycle of a service provisioning/delivery • Main results – open SLA framework (core architecture & reference implementation) – Industrial Evaluation Report: “How to run an SLA-driven business” 3rd OpenNet Workshop (See
  8. 8. SOA4All SOA As the emerging dominant paradigm for application development which abstracts Web principles from software to the notion of a service Context To scale SOA to a Adapting to meet local world wide web environment constraints, communications organizational policies infrastructure and personal preferences Web 2.0 Semantic Web As a means to structure human-machine To automate service cooperation in an efficient discovery, mediation & & cost-effective manner composition 3rd OpenNet Workshop (See
  9. 9. NEXOF-RA NEXOF layered Functional View Requirements SLA@SOI Capture offered as Engineering SOA4ALL Service consumers Interaction End user services tools Services Interface Context RESERVOIR Modelling MASTER Consumer Mapping users perspectives to Context Adaptation business/Integration Handling EzWeb Knowledge Modelling “System” Platform SVN SVN BPM view Business Information Modeling Lifecycle Business Process Execution Services Management Process Service Platform Modeling Composition Service SLA Service Coordination Mediation Negotiation Discovery Service SBS/SBA Communication Modelling Service Lifecycle Service Service Management Registration Execution Service External Native Integration Modelling Reasoning Services Services Services Abstracted Infrastructure and Data Monitoring Formal Infrastructure Abstraction Languages Infrastructure Infrastructure Resources Data Modelling Management Management 3rd OpenNet Workshop (See
  10. 10. Software and Services Planning future research in FP7 FP6 FP7 FP7 – Call 1 ASG SIMS SODIUM OPUCE SMS WS2 STASIS SECSE WP 2009-10 AMIGO INFRAWEBS PROMISE PLASTIC MUSIC COMET MIDAS QUALIPSO MADAM SELF TRUSTCOM TOSSAD SHADOWS EVOTEST DEDISYS TEAM EDOS FLOSSWORLD FLOSSMETRICS CALIBRE Evolution? SELFMAN MODELPLEX SQO-OSS PYPY CREDO GORDA COMANCHE QUALOSS REDSEEDS MOMOCS MODELWARE AMPLE AOSD VIDE RODIN Services in the supporting the Grid community international cooperation Future Internet? Grid services, Challengers Nessi-Grid Grid@Asia EchoGrid business models trust, security GridCoord Degree Bridge EC-Gin GridEcon GridTrust AssessGrid Edutain@ ArguGrid Provenance platforms, user SIMDAT industrial simulations BeinGrid BeinGrid business business experiments experiments A-Ware Grid Sorma New research environments QosCosGrid KnowArc NextGRID service Akogrimo mobile BREIN agents & XtreemOS data, knowledge, semantics subjects? services semantics Linux based Chemomen Gredia architecture tum Grid4all Grid CoreGRID operating K-WF Grid InteliGrid g-Eclipse GridComp system virtual laboratories Datamining OntoGrid UniGrids HPC4U Grid 3rd OpenNet Workshop
  11. 11. Future research Future Internet Internet of Services, Service Web 3D Internet Trust Security Networks of the Future Sources: 3GPP, 3GPP2, Qualcomm, WiMAX Forum Internet of Things 3rd OpenNet Workshop Second Life
  12. 12. Future Internet Bled, March/April 2008 • Bled conference – Bled declaration – Various aspects of Future Internet – How to continue towards Madrid, Dec 2008? • Future Internet Assembly 3rd OpenNet, See also: Workshop
  13. 13. WP2009-10 Initial ideas • Background – Input largely IT / Internet coloured – Telecom operators’ service infrastructures for communication and content / media services – Converging approaches in general purpose service architectures and platforms • Opportunities for exploring common approaches and solutions • Taking into account differences in types of companies involved, their technical focus, their business models, and the standardisation bodies they address • Questions for debate – Are we going to see architectural tensions between the telco and IT service cultures? – What is going to be in the network, what is going to be in the services/applications (e.g., location awareness, billing)? – What will be the scope of services to be enabled in the Future Internet? – Will this lead to a repositioning of industrial players or opportunities for new players? – Can we miss the chance to provide opportunities for the EU service industry? 3rd OpenNet Workshop
  14. 14. FP&SP Proposed Orientations Road to WP2009-10 text (ICT Dirs) ISTAG Reports Consul- Draft WP tation (ICT Dirs) Reports ETP SRAs First draft to ICTC for Consolidation discussion workshop IPPA report Full text report for opinion Road- Commission mapping Reports Decision WP Workshop published reports Call(s) published Online consultation 12/2007 04/2008 05/2008 10/2008 11/2008 11/2008 11/2008 3rd OpenNet Workshop Note: dates are tentative
  15. 15. Wrap-up • Currently, to some extent, Objective 1.2: – Addresses convergence – Involves Telcos – Contributes to Future Internet • In future? 3rd OpenNet Workshop
  16. 16. For More Information ... FP7 FP7 Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures NESSI NESSI RESERVOIR, SLA@SOI, SOA4ALL, NEXOF-RA RESERVOIR, SLA@SOI, SOA4ALL, NEXOF-RA E-mail E-mail <first name>.<last name> <first name>.<last name> 3rd OpenNet Workshop