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1 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies IST-Call 5 Grid Information Day - Brussels, 30 May 2005 Wolfgang Boch Head of Unit European Commission Architecture, of the next generation Grid Enabling application technologies Design and Development eInfrastructure Grid Initiatives and RN test-beds Information Event on 26 May Brussels “Grid Technologies Research” in FP6 IST Call 5

2 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 OUTLINE Grid Technologies Research in FP6 Grid Technologies Research in FP6 Strategy and vision Strategy and vision Call 5: SO “Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services” Call 5: SO “Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services” Conclusions Conclusions

3 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Grid Technologies  Grid-enabled applications and services for business society  Technologies and systems for building the invisible Grid  Network-centric Grid operating systems Industrial / Societal Applications eBusiness, eGov, eWork, eHealth, risks management, … Research Infrastructures  Deployment of high-capacity/speed communications network – GÉANT  Deployment in Research of Grids Software, Web, Knowledge Technologies, Broadband, Mobile Communication Technologies, Security Application Research & Deployment Grid RTD Related Research 125 M€ Grid Research in FP6 - IST

4 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Grid Strategy towards the Lisbon Objectives  Leadership  Competitiveness  Addressing standardization, regulation, …  Innovation framework  Leveraging additional investments  Developing new methods, tools, systems and services  Advance excellence and know-how  Long-term and business-driven R&D  Integration & structuring  Coordination of National Programmes  Opening-up of National Programmes  International cooperation  Build critical mass [Building the ERA of knowledge for growth, COM (2005) 118 final, April 2005] Research & Development Technology Platform European Research Area GRIDCOORD SEASIDE

5 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 inteliGRID Semantic Grid based virtual organisations Provenance Trust and provenance for Grids DataminingGrid Datamining tools & services UniGridS Extended OGSA Implementation based on UNICORE K-WF Grid Knowledge based workflow & collaboration GridCoord Building the ERA in Grid research Grid Research Projects in FP6 Started: SUMMER 2004 EU Funding: 52 MILLION OntoGrid Knowledge Services for the semantic Grid HPC4U Fault tolerance, dependability for Grid Grid-based generic enabling application technologies to facilitate solution of industrial problems SIMDAT EU-driven Grid services architecture for businesS and industry NextGRID Mobile Grid architecture and services for dynamic virtual organisations Akogrimo European-wide virtual laboratory for longer term Grid research-creating the foundation for next generation Grids CoreGRID Specific support actionIntegrated projectNetwork of excellenceSpecific targeted research project (under negotiation) Towards EU-Asian Co-operation

6 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Next Generation Grids End-user empowerment Life-support to business processes Societal behaviour (millions of self-organising nodes) Computational semantics, ontologies, meta-descriptions Pervasive virtual organisations Continuously changing requirements Grid services development environments Virtualisation End-User Vision Software Vision Architectural Vision Simplification Abstraction “Next Generation Grid(s) - European Grid Research ”, June 2003 “Next Generation Grids 2 – Requirements and Options for European Grids Research 2005– 2010 and beyond”, August 2004 Next Generation Grid(s) – 3-fold Vision Expert Group Reports:

7 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Open Reliable Scalable Persistent Transparent Person-centric Pervasive Secure / trusted Standards-based User Interface Grid Economies Business models Properties Facilities Models Virtual Organisation Systems Management Co-ord. and orchestration Information representation Research Themes Next Generation Grid(s) Next Generation Grid(s): Identified Research Themes NGG2 reinforced: Making Grids mobile Mastering complexity Network-centric Grid OSs based on scenarios for crisis management / pro-active PDA

8 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 WP : Call 5 SO Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services Application Pull Technology Push Network-centric Grid Operating Systems Potential new fabric layer for future distributed systems and services Grid Foundations Architecture, design and development of technologies and systems for building the invisible Grid Grid-enabled Applications & Services for business and society Research, development, validation and take-up of generic environments and tools Applications e-business, e-health, e-gov, e-learning Environment Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services Application Sector 3 Application Sector 2 Application Sector n Application Sector 1 CONTINUITY Budget: ~ 70 M€

9 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Focus 1 – Grid Foundations Architecture, design and development of technologies and systems for building the invisible Grid  Scale-independent, adaptive, secure and dependable Grid architectures enabling the management of large networked distributed resources characterised by evolutionary non-functional behaviours (  S.O.A)  Agent-based mediation approaches and peer-to-peer technologies  Self-organising, fault-tolerant autonomous systems leading toward complete virtualisation of resources  New models and environments for programming the Grid at all abstraction levels  Semantic and agent technologies for resource brokering and management  Development environment for dynamic composition and orchestration of ubiquitous Grid services (  S.O.A) WP Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services

10 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Focus 2 – Grid-enabled Applications and Services for business and society Research, development, validation and take-up of generic environments and tools  Grid-based environments for dynamic service creation and provision supporting distributed collaborations spanning multiple administrative domains  Grid business models and Grid economics  Intelligent tools and interfaces supporting ubiquitous Grid access, persistence  Management of trust and value provenance and related policies  Grid-enabled decision support services, including knowledge discovery, predictive and descriptive modelling  Novel simulation techniques, stochastic search and optimisation  Take-up phase with emphasis on SMEs as technology providers, service providers or end-users WP Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services

11 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Focus 3 – Network-centric Grid Operating Systems Research and development on new or enhanced fabrics for future distributed systems and services  New approaches to system management/operation  Global state, resource lifetime, replication control, scheduling, synchronisation, service response time, security, scalability, interoperability,…  Where and how to implement Grid functionalities (MW vs. OS)?  Twofold scope:  Development, testing validation of an enhanced fabrics based on existing OSs (Grid built-in functions or modules leading to a meta-OS)  Research on and conceptualisation of a new fabrics replacing existing OSs  Simplifying the management and programming of Grid systems and services, supporting mobility and pervasiveness, enhancing performance, underpinning Grid Foundations  Building on EU strengths on existing and emerging embedded and mobile OSs WP Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services

12 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Focus 4: horizontal issues  Coordination of research activities within the framework of ERA, building on existing initiatives and linking to Grid industrial actors (e.g. follow-up of GridCoord)  Preparing future research agenda and building research community (e.g. FP7, ETP)  Creating EU-wide stakeholder initiatives supporting early and wide adoption of Grid Technologies (e.g. standardisation, F/OSS and exploitation)  Assessing societal and economic impact and non- technical barriers for deployment (e.g. Impact Assessment)  Fostering international collaboration outside Europe (e.g. Asia-Pacific, Latin-America, see Call 6) WP Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services

13 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Instruments to be used IPs – Focus 1, 2, 3 IPs – Focus 1, 2, 3  Multidisciplinary and comprehensive  Include industrial stakeholders from all relevant levels of the value chain IPs – Focus 2 IPs – Focus 2  User-driven  Generic technologies addressing common requirements across different disciplines and applications in business, e-science, and society  Include a technology take-up phase  Emphasise SME participation as technology providers, service providers, and end-users STREPS STREPS  Longer term research issues  Conceptionalisation  Advanced Grid technologies in innovative applications

14 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Disclaimer Disclaimer: Disclaimer: Please note carefully:  The Call text in the O.J., the Work Programme and the Specific Programme are the only legal basis.

15 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Timetable Call 5 - SO Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services  31 January – 1 February 2005 :  18 May 2005 :  30 May 2005 :  21 September 2005 :  October / November 2005 :  Q1 – Q : Call 5 Preparatory Workshop Call 5 Preparatory Workshop Call opening Call opening Information Day Information Day Call submission deadline Call submission deadline Call evaluation Call evaluation Project launch Project launch Budget: ~ 70M€

16 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 Main Messages Continuation and consolidation of main Grid research topics; new topic: Network Centric – Operating Systems Continuation and consolidation of main Grid research topics; new topic: Network Centric – Operating Systems Grids as enabler for Service Oriented Architectures for the provision of “Knowledge Utility services” Grids as enabler for Service Oriented Architectures for the provision of “Knowledge Utility services” Industrial involvement including SMEs along the value chain required Industrial involvement including SMEs along the value chain required Grid “Business Pilots” with cross-sectoral technology Take-Up phase call for central role of service providers Grid “Business Pilots” with cross-sectoral technology Take-Up phase call for central role of service providers Increased contribution to global and open standardisation Increased contribution to global and open standardisation International Co-operation dimension (e.g. Asia, Latin- America) International Co-operation dimension (e.g. Asia, Latin- America)

17 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies eInfrastructure Grid & RN Info event, 26 May 2005 European Grid Technology Days May – 2 June GridCoord ERA Policy & Industry event co-organised by DG INFSO and GridCoord with participation of Commissioner V. Reding GridCoord ERA Policy & Industry event co-organised by DG INFSO and GridCoord with participation of Commissioner V. Reding Concertation meeting of Grid projects, including eInfrastructure Grid projects Concertation meeting of Grid projects, including eInfrastructure Grid projects Call 5 InfoDay - SO Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems & Services Call 5 InfoDay - SO Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems & Services


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