Presentation on theme: "Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All ITU-T Focus Group on Cloud Computing Olivier Colas, ITU-T FGCC Vice-Chairman Document No: GSC16-PLEN-45."— Presentation transcript:
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All ITU-T Focus Group on Cloud Computing Olivier Colas, ITU-T FGCC Vice-Chairman Document No: GSC16-PLEN-45 Source: ITU Contact: Olivier Colas GSC Session: PLENARY Agenda Item: 6.11
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All 2 Overview on FG Cloud activity Objective: to collect and document information and concepts that would be helpful for developing ITU-T Recommendations to support cloud computing services/applications from a telecommunication/ICT perspective Management team: –Chairman: Victor Kutukov Stack Soft (Russia) –Vice-Chairmen: Jamil Chawki France Telecom Orange, (France) Kangchan Lee ETRI, (Korea) Mingdong Li ZTE, (China) Monique Morrow Cisco Systems, (USA) Koji Nakao KDDI, (Japan) Olivier Colas Microsoft, (Canada) The FGCC Started in June 2010. Structure: 2 Working Groups WG1: Cloud computing benefits & requirements WG2: Gap Analysis & Roadmap on Cloud Standards development in ITU-T 7 meetings were held; around 50 attendees in each 400 contributions were submitted
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All FGCC deliverables and SDO’s liaisons 7 deliverables are planned to be finalized next December and presented the 9 th of January 2012. –Overview of SDO –Cloud Ecosystem –Reference Architecture –Resource Management –Requirements and framework architecture of cloud infrastructure –Security –Benefit Many liaisons were established with main SDO –GICTF (Global Inter-Cloud Technology Forum), active contribution and participation –CSA participation to FG meeting –DMTF participation to FG meeting –ISO/IEC JTC1/SC38: a Joint meeting with was held last September –ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27 3
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All 4 Cloud Ecosystem Definition of Cloud Computing based on NIST work and enhanced via consideration of a telecommunication approach. –5 essential characteristics, –5 categories (CaaS, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS and NaaS) –4 major models. The global cloud ecosystem description Use cases according to 3 categories: –from the Cloud Service Users and Cloud Service Providers perspective, –from the Inter Cloud perspective, –from the Service Partners perspective. Functional requirements and Capabilities
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All 5 Reference Functional Architecture Cloud ICT architecture User Layer Access Layer Resources & Network Layer Inter Cloud Function Cross- Layer Functions Services Layer SaaS / CaaS PaaS IaaS NaaS Physical Resources Pooling & Virtualization Resource Orchestration VSVS VM Intra Cloud Network Storag e Computin g VN User Function Partner Function Administration Function Service Orchestration Management Security & Privacy Monitoring & SLA Cloud Availability Function Core Transport Network Inter cloud network Virtual path and circuit Software & platform assets Cloud Operational Function Endpoint Function
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All 6 Resource Management SDOs Overview Gap analysis –Inter-cloud End to End – Security consideration
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All 7 Requirements and framework architecture of cloud infrastructure the general depiction for Cloud Networking high level requirement of cloud infrastructure, the requirement for computing capability, the requirement for network capability, the requirement and architecture for storage capability.
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All 8 Security Overview of activities on SDOs for Cloud Security Main technical components Threats for Cloud Computing Security Security Requirements for Cloud Computing Security Study Subjects on Cloud Security Mapping among threats, requirements and study subjects Approaches for Practical Solutions
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All Draft 9 Benefit: candidate cloud study items 1 Cloud Ecosystem 2 Security, audit & privacy 3 Cloud functional reference Architecture: 4 Cloud Networking 5 Inter-Cloud 6 Desktop as a Services (DaaS) 7 Management and SLA 8 Accessibility / Eco-friendly Cloud Computing 9 Virtual application & multi-tenancy
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All 10 Joint meeting with JTC1/SC38 Conclusion It is needed to have common standards in area of Cloud Computing to avoid confusion for the industry. It is necessary to collaborate in order to develop common understanding and baseline (fundamental) standards, including for definitions/terminology and reference architecture. It is a little early to decide joint standard topics and it is needed to have deeper consideration including collaboration items and relevant methodology in each SDO first. Both SDOs agreed to continue to seek the possible future collaboration items through the liaison officer for the time being.
GSC16-PLEN-45 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All 11 GSC- 15 Resolution 32 on cloud Computing Reaffirmation International standards can play a significant role in facilitating the success of Cloud Computing as a vehicle for global economic growth by establishing standards setting agendas directed at satisfying the following principles: –Global Inclusion –Interoperability –Security and Privacy –Data Invite the GSC Members to collaborate amongst themselves and with other international organizations to advance standardization in the important subject of Cloud Computing. FG Cloud work integrates the convergence between Telecommunication and IT. FG Cloud thinks that a major achievement and would like to invite the GSC Members to consider this approach for their work and collaboration.