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1 Connect. Communicate. Collaborate I-SHARe Anand Patil, DANTE NML-WG, Open Grid Forum 22, Cambridge (MA), 26 February 2008

2 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate Contents Introduction I-SHARe and cNIS Objectives Real Life Use Case Concept Potential Users Current Status Future Plans Summary Credits: Gloria Vuagnin (GARR)

3 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate Introduction I-SHARe: Information Sharing across Heterogeneous Administrative Regions –Work Item 16 of the GN2 SA3 System for sharing information needed for services in a multi-domain environment Started 1 st September 2007 Participants - DFN, GARR, SWITCH, PSNC, RedIRIS, Renater, DANTE

4 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate I-SHARe and cNIS cNIS is information about a single administrative domain –Review identified a gap for multi-domain processes –Multi-domain aspects intentionally kept out of scope I-SHARe is a cNIS spin off –Initially called cNISv2 I-SHARe has completely different set of objectives –Not an improved version of cNIS

5 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate Network services increasingly required by users in virtual organisations with multiple network domains in between Collaborative effort is required for –Service specification, provisioning and SLA negotiation –Service implementation –Service monitoring (performance, SLA etc) –Service management (issues, faults, maintenance etc) Good coordination is a key factor –needs information available only in individual domains To enable exchange of necessary and useful information Objectives

6 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate A Real Life Use Case Setup of a light path across multiple domains s exchanged for required information –Service details –Technical Contacts

7 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate I-SHARe Concept

8 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate Potential Users Network (NREN) operations Coordination units –e2eCU –ENOC Projects End users User agents / Automated clients

9 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate Current Status Collect the requirements and use cases in the context of multi-domain service operations Process modelling based upon operational procedures –Point to Point links –Multi-Domain Monitoring (MDM) –Federated PERT Deliverable DS3.16.1: Use cases and requirements analysis –Draft ready Feb 2008; –Final submission due June 2008

10 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate Future Plans Complete requirements and use case analysis Consider an appropriate architecture (Perhaps) Implement a proof of concept prototype An activity for GN3?

11 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate Summary Activity started September 1 st 2007 cNIS and I-SHARe have different objectives To create a framework / infrastructure to enable exchange of necessary and useful information First task – Document requirements and use cases Plans are to implement a proof of concept prototype Continue work in GN3

12 Place your organisation logo in this area Connect. Communicate. Collaborate Thank You Any further Questions, Comments, Feedback or Suggestions please contact Anand Patil Websites


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