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Objective 1.2 SSAIE and the SOKU vision Annalisa Bogliolo European Commission Information Society and Media Directorate General Software & Service Architectures.

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1 Objective 1.2 SSAIE and the SOKU vision Annalisa Bogliolo European Commission Information Society and Media Directorate General Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures Unit

2 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Objectives of Grid Research in FP6 eScience Industry&Business Grids Solve complex problems with high economic and societal impact Promote international cooperation and standardisation Exploit the potential of Grids beyond eScience Ease access and use of Grids Advance Grid technologies, systems and architectures

3 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Grid Research - Evolution Next Generation Grids Software Technologies Knowledge Technologies Service- Oriented Knowledge Utility Evolution of HPCN Grids Complex Systems Computing Architectures Mobile Services Global Computing Evolution of the Web

4 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 NGG1 – 2003 European Grid Research 2005 – 2010 NGG2 – 2004 Requirements and Options for European Grids Research and Beyond NGG3 – 2005 Future for European Grids: GRIDs and Service Oriented Knowledge Utilities Vision and Research Directions 2010 and Beyond Main source of inspiration for FP6 Grid Research and beyond Next Generation Grids Reports

5 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 From Grids to SOKU Vision From Grids Vision on: Software: –Development of Grid services environments Architecture: –Vast number of self-organizing nodes –Computational semantics and ontologies –Pervasive virtual organisations End-Users: –End-user empowerment –Support to business processes To SOKU Vision for: A flexible, powerful and cost-efficient way of building, operating and evolving ICT intensive solutions for business, science and society: –Evolving towards a safe, easy and ubiquitous utility –Building on existing practices, concepts from Web, Grid & Knowledge technologies as well as emerging ICT –Supporting ecosystems that promote collaboration and self-organization –Leading towards increased agility and broader availability of services –Empowering service providers, integrators and consumers of ICT

6 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 SOKU Pillars Lifecycle Management –Dynamic composition and deployment of services –Efficient service discovery Trust and Security in VOs: –Ad hoc and managed VOs –Support of various business models –Policies and business practices (incl. QoS, SLAs etc.) –AAA in multi-domain, multi-entities, multi-role environments Adaptability, Scalability, Dependability: –Self-* systems (incl. self-management, self-optimization, self-configuration, self-healing, self-protection) –Autonomic and peer-to-peer systems Increased Level of Abstraction for: –Programming –Management of complexity Pervasiveness and Context Awareness to address: –Interoperability –Heterogeneity –Mobility –Adaptability Socio-economic Aspects: –Personalization –Creation of communities –Collaboration

7 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Objective Service and Software Architectures, Infrastructures and Engineering R & D Evolution Services Complexity Open-development Grids Service Architecture Complexity and dynamic composition Service infrastructure FP5FP6FP7 Component based SW Engineering Architectures CONTINUITY

8 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Objective Service and Software Architectures, Infrastructures and Engineering Work programme Research Topics Service Architectures Service/Software Engineering Mastery of Complexity and Dependability Virtualisation tools, middleware and network- centric operating systems Expected Impact Dynamic Services and networked applications Efficiency, productivity, reliability in Services and Software Open and Standard platforms & interfaces

9 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Service architectures, platforms, technologies, methods and tools … that enable context-awareness and discovery, advertising, personalisation and dynamic composition of services. They should support flexible business models, provide for service management, and guarantee end-to- end quality of service. They will cater for multiple component technologies and support vendor independence. Opportunities for standardisation should be exploited.

10 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Mastery of Complexity and Dependability Strategies and technologies enabling mastery of complexity, dependability, and behavioural stability in complex systems and in systems evolving over time without central design. Appropriate mechanisms should guarantee end-to-end quality of service.

11 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Virtualisation tools, system software, middleware and network- centric operating systems … including Grid-based systems, that orchestrate unlimited, heterogeneous and dynamic resources distributed across multiple platforms as a single entity, and provide platform-independent access and sharing of knowledge, processing, communication, storage and content. They also enable the definition and execution of tasks and workflows for collaboration and operation across multiple domains and optimise usage of distributed resources.

12 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Objective Service and Software Architectures, Infrastructures and Engineering Targets TODAY5-10 YEARS Pre-programmed Services Software coding, decomposition Complexity of devices and networks are apparent to the user Limited to use own resources to access networked services Convergence emerging at the device level but: User handles separate networks, a multiplicity of devices, disparate services Dynamic composition of services High level modeling, composition of modules Complexity transparent to the user Unlimited capacity, virtualised resources Anywhere, anytime, any device –Unlimited capacity –Reconfigurability, adaptability, Interoperability, Service composition

13 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Objective 1.2 – SSAIE the foundations (1) FP6 Research in Grid Technologies Wave2 – start 2006 Wave 2 – start 2006 Degree Datamining Grid data, knowledge, semantics OntoGridInteliGrid K-WF Grid Chemomen tum A-WareSorma platforms, user environments CoreGRID virtual laboratories UniGridsHPC4Ug-EclipseGrediaGridComp Grid4all ProvenanceAssessGrid GridTrust trust, security Grid services, business models ArguGrid Grid GridEcon GridCoordNessi-Grid Challengers NextGRID service architecture Akogrimo mobile services BREIN agents & semantics BeinGrid business experiments supporting the Grid community SIMDAT industrial simulations XtreemOS Linux based Grid operating system BeinGrid business experiments KnowArcEC-GinBridge international cooperation Specific support action Integrated project Network of excellence Specific targeted research project Wave 1 – start 2004 EU Funding: 130 M QosCosGrid

14 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Objective 1.2 – SSAIE the foundations (2) FP6 Research in Software Technologies R O A D M A P P I N G Fassbinder, NessiSoft, 3S MODELPLEX VIDE SELFMAN MUSIC CREDO SHADOWS SIMS OPUCE SMS FLOSSMETRICS QUALOSS SELF SQO-OSS COMANCHE MODELWARE RODIN SODIUM AMIGO INFRAWEBS MADAM PROMISE SECSE DEDISYS GORDA WS2 CALIBRE EDOS FLOSSWORLD TOSSAD PLASTIC REDSEEDS EVOTEST AMPLEMOMOCS AOSD STASIS ASG MIDAS COMET QUALIPSO RODIN PYPY TEAM TRUSTCOM

15 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Industrial Commitment Develop a visionary strategy for Software and Services driven by a common European 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

16 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Objective 1.2 – SSAIE FP7 Call1 Expectations Exploiting future infrastructure Fostering advanced applications STANDARDISED ARCHITECTURES DEPENDABLE SERVICES PRODUCTIVITY OPENNESSMANAGABILITY FEASIBILITY Scope of Objective 1.2 Expected benefits

17 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Objective 1.2 – SSAIE FP7 Call1 Figures Budget Call 1 : 120 M ( )* Date of publication: 22 December 2006 Closure date: May 8, 2007, at 17:00, Brussels local time * Total amount to be confirmed after a new financing decision for the 2008 budget; Workprogramme 2007: 102 M 108 M 44 M (minimum) 35 M (minimum) + 29 M IP STREP NOE10 M CSA 2 M

18 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 Evolution in FP7 it depends -among other factors- on: results results of FP6 Call2 projects –both the Grid and the Services projects have results available this year analysis of FP7 Call1 proposals –what is the portfolio arising from this call input from the constituency –workshops will be organised in 4Q 2007

19 OGF20 – Manchester – 2007, May 8 More information as usual on Cordiscordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/home_en.html


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