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All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Services-for-All An Introduction, March 2005 François Carrez (Alcatel R&I)
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 2 « Services-for-All » vision A world of services that are… Easy to create, Easy to share, Easy to use, …and still user-centric! …and still user-centric!
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 3 Services-for-All introduction Recall of project objectives Easy to create Creation Tools and Semantic Publishing Service taxonomies Reuse of existing services and components Semantic orchestration of components and loosely coupled approach Easy to share Generalized client-server architecture « My server in my pocket », « My server at home» Service deployment in just a few clicks Semantic based publishing Easy to use Semantic Service discovery Fine grain semantic-based search Interoperability, composability of well defined services User centric User-friendly, Zero-Configuration
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 4 Services-for-All Introduction Expected impacts Boost the service market Shorten time to market thanks to creation and deployment tools and the availability of execution and open source Ensure broader adoption of communication services Enrich the service landscape and service New business opportunities Enable more complex and richer business models New emerging actors Increase of revenue4all One step toward « Ambient Intelligence » Societal impacts (daily life, sharing,…)
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 5 Services-for-All Introduction Use cases Service Creation Deployment/ Execution App. Server Uses Publishing Discovery/Use Embedded Application Server
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 6 Services-for-All Introduction General Architecture Middleware Embedded Middleware (mobile terminal) Core Service Infrastructure Service Discovery, Orchestration, Semantic Support, Repositories, Deployment, aggregation… UserProfiles Operating Systems PresenceP-to-PComm. Service Creation Toolbox & Environment Mobile Mobile PC PC Servers Servers Energy Distribution (Schneider) (Schneider) Person-to-Person Communication & Customised web-services (Telco, Alcatel, Nokia) …
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 7 Services-for-All Introduction Work package Split :Management, Dissemination et Standardization WP1:Management, Dissemination et Standardization :Architecture and Requirements WP2:Architecture and Requirements :Middleware and Service Execution Environment WP3:Middleware and Service Execution Environment :Semantic Publishing and Discovery WP4:Semantic Publishing and Discovery :Orchestration, Choreography and Aggregation WP5:Orchestration, Choreography and Aggregation :Service Creation et Customization WP6:Service Creation et Customization :Demonstrations WP7:Demonstrations
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 8 Middleware layer Service Execution Environment J2EE (JoNAS) JainSlee Ontology Repository Service Description Repository Orchestration Engine Ontology Repository Translation Service SD AggregatorPublishing/ Discovery Service Bus OSGi (OSCAR) Publishing/ Discovery ISC Front-end Service Creation Environment Service Creation Toolkit Deployment Interactive Service Composer (front-end) ISC Deployment Orchestrate Refers to Services-for-All Introduction Service Creation and SEE Registers Open Source
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 9 Enhanced Service Execution Environment Component Deployment framework Enterprise Service Bus OSCAR & JOnAS improvement Generic Components –Semantic support, Semantic Discovery, Publishing and Orchestration –Aggregation techniques –Adaptation/Customization of Ontology language –Service ontologies Service Creation Environments Interactive Service Composer (and associated front-end) Graphical Tool IDE extension Services-for-All Introduction Expected outcomes 4all 4 professionals
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 10 Services-for-All introduction Open-Source with ObjectWeb Open-source for technology reuse S4ALL technology to leverage –JOnAS, ObjectWebs J2EE-compatible application server –OSCAR, the leading open-source implementation of OSGi –ProActive, JORAM, …. Open-source for openness S4ALL Activities for the community –Get involved within ObjectWeb ESB initiative –Participate to public quarterly-meetings –Contribute and promote adoption of your own technology Open-source for dissemination S4ALL Service Execution Platform –To be released under LGPL –To be presented at international conferences and colloques –To be made available on the ObjectWeb.org web site
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 11 Services-for-All Introduction Efforts sharing (between countries) Effort Sharing between countries: Total = 132 People.Year Finland 24% France 48% Germany 10% Portugal 6% Spain 12%
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 12 Services-4-All Introduction In a few key points New Telecom Services Services Execution & Deploiement Infrastructure ObjectWeb Consortium Services Oriented Architecture Composite services Distributed Applications J2EE & Web Services Service Creation 4 all Standardisation Open Source Middleware Service Hosting 4 All J2EE & Web Services Bridging the Digital Devide Business Opportunities Semantic enriched
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 13 France Alcatel CIT (coord.) Thales Schneider Electric INRIA INT Odonata (SME) Université Joseph Fourier BULL Finland NOKIA Capricode (SME) HIIT Germany University of Kassel Fraunhofer Fokus Vodafone Spain mCENTRIC (SME) Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Portugal PT innovação Instituto de Telecomunicações Services-4-All Introduction Partners
All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Page 14
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