Ivanov S.Val.*, Oleynikov A.Ya**.

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Ivanov S
.
Val
.*,
Oleynikov A
.
Ya
**.



*Russian New University (RosNOU)

105005, Moscow, Radio st, 22

**
Institution of Russian academy of sciences Kotel’nikov Institute of Radio Engineering
and Electronics RAS


125009,
Moscow
,
Mokhovaya st
., 11,
buld
. 7



Grant RFBR
12
-
07
-
00261
-
а



«Development and application of
interoperability support methods in
Grid technologies and cloud
computing»


`
Program Prezidium RAS

13



As

it’s

known

distributed

computing

is

a

method

of

the

solution

of

labor
-
consuming

computing

tasks

with

use

of

several

computers

more

often

integrated

in

the

parallel

computing

system
.

Grid

и

Cloud

computing

are

the

form

of

the

distributed

computing

and

represent

purely

heterogeneous

environment


Grid

-

the

coordinated,

opened

and

standardized

environment

which

provides

the

flexible,

safe,

coordinated

division

of

resources

within

the

virtual



organization
.
*

* Ian Foster, Carl Kesselman “The Anatomy of the Grid”

Cloud

computing

is

a

model

for

enabling

convenient,

on
-
demand

network

access

to

a

shared

pool

of

configurable

computing

resources

(e
.
g
.
,

networks,

servers,

storage,

applications,

and

services)


that

can

be

rapidly


provisioned

and


released

with

minimal


management

effort


or

service

provider


interaction
.
*







*NIST Definition of Cloud Computing


Heterogeneous environment


Using as a common Internet communication
environment


There’s an “interoperability problem”




The

ability

of

two

or

more

systems

or

components

to

exchange

information

and

to

use

the

information

that

has

been

exchanged
.
*



It

is

reached

by

means

of

use

of

the

coordinated

sets

of

IT

standards



profiles
.


*(ISO/IEC

FCD
24765
-
Systems

and

Software

Engineering
-
Vocabulary)




In the world:


Open Grid Forum (OGF) Standards

(
nearly

200
documents)


In Russia:


The first national standard
GOST R

«Job
Submission Description Language (JSDL)» is in
the stage of affirming

(IRE RAS)


The second national standard GOST R
«
The
Model of the opened Grid environment
»

is in
the stage of development (IRE RAS)



In

the

world
:


Large

number

of

organizations

all

over

the

world

working

in

this

field

(e
.
g
.

The

Cloud

Computing

Interoperability

Forum

(
CCIF
)
)


In

Russia

-

Mincom
svyaz

RF
:


Federal

program

«
Information

society»


Subprogram

«
National

platform

for

distributed

data

processing
»

is

developed


The

consortium

for

development

of

standards

is

organized

THE CLOUD COMPUTING
I
NTEROPERABILITY FORUM

The Cloud Computing
Interoperability

Forum (CCIF) was formed in order to enable
a global cloud computing ecosystem whereby organizations are able to seamlessly
work together for the purposes for wider industry adoption of cloud computing
technology and related services. A key focus will be placed on the creation of a
common agreed upon framework / ontology that enables the ability of two or more
cloud platforms to exchange information in an unified manor.


Mission

CCIF is an open, vendor neutral, not for profit community of technology advocates,
and consumers dedicated to driving the rapid adoption of global cloud computing
services. CCIF shall accomplish this by working through the use open forums
(physical and virtual) focused on building community consensus, exploring emerging
trends, and advocating best practices / reference architectures for the purposes of
standardized

cloud computing.



Open Grid Forum


2 standards:


-

GFD
-
P
-
R183
«
Open

С
loud

С
omputing Interface
-

С
ORE
»


-

GFD
-
P
-
R18
4 «
Open Cloud Computing Interface
-

Infrastructure
»


IEEE
-

2
standards:


IEEE P
2301,
Draft Guide for Cloud Portability and
Interoperability Profiles



IEEE P
2302,
Draft Standard for Intercloud
Interoperability and Federation




Basic provisions

(
Framework
)

Architecture

Reference model of
interoperability

Profile

Testing

Realization

Contain basic provisions on achievement of
interoperability.

Uniquely

identifying

of

elements

of

system

and

communications

in

between

and

with

environment

Development of known reference 7
-
level
model of correlation of open systems (GOST P
7498
-
1
-
99).

The

coordinated

set

of

standards

for

the

reference

model

of

interoperability

structured

in

terms

Assessment

of

compliance

of

implementation

to

the

standards

specified

in

a

profile

of

interoperability

Hardware
-
software

implementation

of

specific

interoperabely

system

according

to

an

interoperability

profile
.


Must contain short descriptions of all above
mentinoned

stages


Must be affirmed by
Mincomsvyaz


Cloud
4
SOA

-

http
:
//www
.
cloud
4
soa
.
eu/


Objective
:

CLOUD
4
SOA

focuses

on

resolving

the

interoperability

and

portability

issues

that

exist

in

current

Clouds

infrastructures

and

on

introducing

a

user
-
centric

approach

for

applications

which

are

built

upon

and

deployed

using

Cloud

resources
.

To

this

end,

Cloud
4
SOA

aims

to

combine

three

fundamental

and

complementary

computing

paradigms,

namely

Cloud

computing,

Service

Oriented

Architectures

and

lightweight

semantics

to

propose

a

reference

architecture

and

deploy

fully

operational

prototypes
.






DMTF Cloud Service Reference Architecture



http://www.dmtf.org/sites/default/files/standards/documents/DSP
-
IS0102_1.0.0.pdf



IBM Cloud Computing Reference Architecture



https://www.opengroup.org/cloudcomputing/uploads/40/23840/CCRA
.IBMSubmission.02282011.doc


NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture



http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki
-
cloud
-
computing/pub/CloudComputing/ReferenceArchitectureTaxonomy/NIST
_CC_Reference_Architecture_v1_March_30_2011.pdf



Open Cloud Standards Incubator



http://www.dmtf.org/standards/cloud



Cloud Work Group



http://www.opengroup.org/cloudcomputing/


CISCO Cloud Reference Architecture Framework



http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/collateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/
ns836/ns976/white_paper_c11
-
617239.html





General reference models:


Cloud Computing Use Case Discussion Group


Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF)


Cloud Security Alliance


IBM Cloud Reference Architecture


GSA: FCCI (Federal Cloud Computing Initiative)


Cisco Cloud Reference Architecture Framework


Reference models focusing on specific application
requirements
:


Open Security Architecture: Secure Architecture
Models


SNIA standard: Cloud Data Management Interface


Elastra
: A Cloud Technology Reference Model for
Enterprise Clouds



IEEE Project


P2301
-

Guide for Cloud Portability and
Interoperability Profiles (CPIP)


Working Group:

CPWG/2301_WG
-

Cloud
Profiles WG (CPWG) Working Group


Sponsor:

C/CCSC
-

Cloud Computing
Standards Committee


Society:

C
-

IEEE Computer Society




Cloud computing is purely a heterogeneous
environment


There arises the problem of interaction of its
constituent systems, known as
"interoperability problem“


Based on a uniform approach it is necessary:


to create the Interoperability Framework


to choose architecture and model


to build profile of standards


standards must be national, but harmonized with
international



We invite all interested party for cooperation!

Contacts
:



Prof.

A.Ja
.
Oleynikov



olein@cplire.ru



Postgraduate
,
Ivanov

S
.
Val
.


s.val.ivanov@yandex.ru