European Community Research in Software and Services

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European Community Research
in Software and Services

Current activities and priorities in FP7




Jesús Villasante

European Commission

Information Society and Media Directorate General

Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures Unit

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OUTLINE



Trends in Software and Services



Towards the Internet of Services



The expected contribution of

S
-
Cube

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ICT: The Innovation Motor No. 1


Software is everywhere


The most innovative features of any product today are implemented
by Software


5 M lines of code in a 3G mobile phone, 100 M
in a
n average car in 2010



Siemens has more software engineers than Microsoft



Nokia, the biggest seller of operating systems



VoIP: Software is the key innovative

enabling
-
element of the real
-
time telephony


Skype: a software company



Television over the Internet (IPTV), relies on

innovative software services to combine content,

networks and devices


Software provides the added value, intelligence and innovation
underlying competitive success in today’s innovative markets

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Software and Services


A key industrial sector


1 Mio specialists in EU


200 B


market (70 B


Software)


EU ICT market growth mainly driven by software and IT
services (EITO ’06): 5.8% for 2006
-
07


The engine room of the Information Society


Today every EU industry sector depends on Software &
Services


Tomorrow every EU industry sector will succeed only
when mastering Software & Services complexity


70% of software development takes place in non
-
software companies

Software is a critical enabler of

Europe’s economy

and quality of life

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What will the Future Internet look like?

Sources: 3GPP, 3GPP2, Qualcomm, WiMAX Forum

http://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/EXPORT/DL/38496.pdf

http://www.itu.int/osg/spu/publications/internetofthings/

Second Life

Internet of Services

Networks of the Future


3D Internet

Internet of Things

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Simplicity and services
integration are a must


Convergence


Virtualised
infrastructures:
Underlying
networks
transparent to
services and
content


Huge variety
of network
technologies,
devices and
terminals

Proximity

network

domain

Share content, play
games

Enterprise

domain


Send large documents,

virtual reality meetings

Home

domain

Share

Pictures

Mobile network

domain

Multi
-
player virtual
reality games

Media

industry

domain

Domains


Business ecosystems
(products,
services/content, value
networks)

Download 3D
-

movies

and entertainment

Consumer


From content to services


Limitations of current service platforms
and service engineering


Interoperability


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Services in the Future
Internet


The
Future Internet

should enable a much broader
variety of service types, spanning diverse networks,
organisations and heterogeneous computing platforms,
including:


Specialised resource services


Middleware services


Integration services


Business services


Application specific services


Openness

-

As a diversity of service providers and other
entities are more and more involved in providing
services to the end users, the importance of federated
networks and systems will increase


The Future Internet will create an
opportunity

for the
service providers to compose and integrate widely
distributed services into adaptable end
-
to
-
end business
processes

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Internet of Services

an IT perspective

BUSINESS & SCIENCE

Cluster/SME, new Service and
Business Models

CITIZEN/CONSUMER/

EMPLOYEE

„Digital Lifestyle“, New Media,
Communities, Collaboration

GOVERNMENT &
INFRASTRUCTURE

eGovernment, eEnergy,

eHealth, Public Security

INTERNET

of THINGS

MULTIMEDIA

CONTENT

SERVICE
-
ORIENTED
SOFTWARE
APPLICATIONS

SECURE
BROADBAND

INFRASTRUCTURE

INTERNET

of SERVICES

SERVICE
-
/USER
-
FRIENDLY IT

NETWORK

PARTICIPANTS

OPEN

SERVICE DELIVERY

PLATFORM

NETWORK

ENABLER AND

FOUNDATION

Source: http://www.empolis.com/executive
-
forum/2007/

Assets/PDF/Prof.%20Dr.%20Lutz%20Heuser.pdf

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Internet of Services

a Telco perspective

Source: British Telecom

3
rd

party services

BT services

Global network and computing

End customer created services

Concept
-
to
-
market

Lead
-
to
-
cash

Trouble
-
to
-
resolve

Servers

Storage

Converged

bandwidth

Common software building blocks

9

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The Internet of Services:

questions for debate


What will be the type/scope of services to be enabled in the Future
Internet?


How to ensure interoperability, scalability, and adaptability across the
technology stack


Are we going to see architectural tensions between the Telecommunications
and IT cultures? What is going to be in the network, what in the service
platform / application?


Convergence: Will this lead to a repositioning of industrial players or
opportunities for new players?


Will Europe miss the opportunities of the service/network revolution?


To place Software & Services at the centre of the Future of
Internet


To develop concepts and R&D strategies for the Internet of
Services

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To define and develop the network and service infrastructure of the future




Technological evolution of the networks



Availability of dynamic service platforms



Converged and interoperable network environments







.towards the next generation service infrastructure

Challenge 1

‘Pervasive & Trusted Network

& Service Infrastructures’

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Software and Services


Projects resulting from Call 1

Engineering

(complexity, dependability)

DEPLOY, S
-
CUBE,


Protest, Q
-
Impress,
ALIVE, COMPAS,
MANCOOSI,

MOST, DIVA

Infrastructure/Virtualisation

Services

Users & service front
-
ends

Reference service architecture

NEXOF
-
RA

RESERVOIR, IRMOS,

SmartLM, STREAM, OMP

SLA@SOI, SOA4ALL,

Romulus, ADMIRE, SHAPE


Persist, ServFace, m:Ciudad, FAST, OPEN

Support actions

NESSI 2010, Service Web 3.0, Flossinclude

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Open consultation & workshops with
external experts


Draft WP sent to ICT Committee


Publication in November

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
AMPLE
MOMOCS
AOSD
STASIS
ASG
MIDAS
COMET
QUALIPSO
RODIN
PYPY
TEAM
TRUSTCOM
Degree
Degree
Datamining
Grid
Datamining
Grid
data, knowledge,
data, knowledge,
semantics
semantics
OntoGrid
OntoGrid
InteliGrid
InteliGrid
K
-
WF
Grid
K
-
WF
Grid
Chemomen
tum
Chemomen
tum
A
-
Ware
A
-
Ware
Sorma
Sorma
platforms, user
platforms, user
environments
environments
CoreGRID
virtual
laboratories
CoreGRID
virtual
laboratories
UniGrids
UniGrids
HPC4U
HPC4U
g
-
Eclipse
g
-
Eclipse
Gredia
Gredia
GridComp
GridComp
Grid4all
Grid4all
Provenance
Provenance
AssessGrid
AssessGrid
GridTrust
GridTrust
trust, security
trust, security
Grid services,
Grid services,
business models
business models
ArguGrid
ArguGrid
Edutain
@
Grid
Edutain
@
Grid
GridEcon
GridEcon
GridCoord
GridCoord
Nessi
-
Grid
Nessi
-
Grid
Challengers
Challengers
NextGRID
service
architecture
NextGRID
service
architecture
Akogrimo
mobile
services
Akogrimo
mobile
services
BREIN
agents &
semantics
BREIN
agents &
semantics
BeinGrid
business
experiments
supporting the Grid community
supporting the Grid community
SIMDAT
industrial
simulations
SIMDAT
industrial
simulations
XtreemOS
Linux
based
Grid
operating
system
BeinGrid
business
experiments
BeinGrid
business
experiments
KnowArc
KnowArc
EC
-
Gin
EC
-
Gin
Bridge
Bridge
Grid@Asia
Grid@Asia
EchoGrid
EchoGrid
international cooperation
international cooperation
QosCosGrid
QosCosGrid
Software and Services

Planning future research in FP7


FP6



FP7


Call 1



FP7

WP 2009
-
10


Engineering

(complexity,
dependability)

DEPLOY, S
-
CUBE,


Protest, Q
-
Impress, FAST,
COMPAS,
MANCOOSI,

MOST, DIVA

Infrastructure/Virtualisation

Services

Users & service front
-
ends

Reference service architecture

NEXOF

RESERVOIR, IRMOS,

SmartLM, STREAM,
OMP

SLA@SOI, SOA4ALL,

Romulus, ADMIRE,
SHAPE


Persist, ServFace, m:Ciudad, ALIVE, OPEN

Support actions

NESSI 2010, Service Web 3.0, Flossinclude

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The context

Future Internet




Future Networks



Internet of things



Media & 3D Internet



Security & Trust

Software and Services

Topics for future research

Services for the

Future Internet

Service

Front Ends

Architectures

& components

Virtualisation

Highly Innovative

Service

Engineering

Verification

Open Source

Software

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Structuring the
research community


We need a more structured involvement of the
research community


Leadership


S
-
Cube has the critical mass and
a holistic view


Openness


engaging with the


research community at large


First steps


ServiceWave 2008;


Future Internet Assembly;

Concertation

Engineering

(complexity,
dependability)

DEPLOY, S
-
CUBE,


Protest, Q
-
Impress, FAST,
COMPAS,
MANCOOSI,

MOST, DIVA

Infrastructure/Virtualisation

Services

Users & service front
-
ends

Reference service architecture

NEXOF

RESERVOIR, IRMOS,

SmartLM, STREAM,
OMP

SLA@SOI, SOA4ALL,

Romulus, ADMIRE,
SHAPE


Persist, ServFace, m:Ciudad, ALIVE, OPEN

Support actions

NESSI 2010, Service Web 3.0, Flossinclude

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BPM
Service
Compo
-
sition
Service
Infra
-
structure
Adaptation & Monitoring
Engineering & Design
Long term research
vision for Software
and Services


Need to identify new challenges that will drive
research in the coming decade



WP 2011


12: what will be
the new challenges?


Expert Group 2008: First
topics identified


Continuity of the Expert
Group through S
-
Cube?


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Industrial relevance


Links between academia and industry are important


S
-
Cube can play a key role in NESSI:



Conceptual basis


Developing the NEXOF

reference architecture



Driving the Working





Groups



www.nessi
-
europe.com

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Concluding remarks


Need to identify new research challenges for the
next decade


Need to better structure the European research
community in Software and Services


Be proactive. Engage all S
-
Cube partners


You are “THE” NoE of Software and Services in
FP7. Assume your role

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For More Information ...


FP7

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/


Software
& Service Architectures and Infrastructures

http://cordis.europa.eu/software
-
services


Future Internet

http://www.future
-
internet.eu/


S
-
Cube

http://www.s
-
cube
-
network.eu/


E
-
mail

infso
-
st@ec.europa.eu