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The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures


FI
-
WARE







May 2011

Future Internet PPP Core Platform

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Index

1

1.
Context

2.
Vision

3.
FI
-
WARE Architecture

4.
Structure of Activities and Work Plan

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Index

2

1.
Context

2.
Vision

3.
FI
-
WARE Architecture

4.
Structure of Activities and Work Plan

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Other Usage areas

eHealth

Tourism

Smart Grid

Transport

E
-

business

Utilities and
environment

FI
-
WARE platform will serve
objectives of usage areas and will
have the ambition of fulfilling the
needs of a broader market

What is FI
-
WARE?. The center of a future ecosystem

The aim of FI
-
WARE is to be useful for Europe

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

We are open to the community

Future Internet Core Platform


Provisioning


Hosting


Refactoring


Brokering


Consumption

App/Services ecosystem and delivery framework

Cloud Hosting

Interface to Networks

Internet of Things

Suppliers

Wholesalers

Manufacturer

Retailers

Governments

Consumers

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

We are committed to the PPP…and beyond


Working IT and Telcos together to make



New services for everybody


Smart applications


Innovative business models


Providing



Tools to avoid fragmentation


Results from existing research




Our objective: create a solid basis for the Internet of the Future

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Index

6

1.
Context

2.
Vision

3.
FI
-
WARE Architecture

4.
Structure of Activities and Work Plan

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

The VISION


FI
-
WARE

will

be

a

technological

foundation

to

satisfy

the

demands

of

application/services

providers

and

consumers

across

various

usage

areas,

stimulating

and

cultivating

a

sustainable

FI

service

ecosystem


Platform Provider

Apps/Services Provider

People

Businesses

Consumers

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Elements & Functions of FI Core Platform

8


The FI Core Platform comprises a set of technological “
Generic Enablers


which
are considered general purpose and common to several current and future

usage areas



Generic Enablers (therefore, the FI Core Platform) will provide open interfaces for
development of Applications


Cloud Hosting

App/Service
Delivery

Support Services

Interface to IoT

Interface to
Network

Security, Trust

Dev Tools

Usage area projects

under the PPP

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-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

What is a FI
-
WARE Generic Enabler (GE)?


A

FI
-
WARE

Generic

Enabler

(GE)

is

a

functional

building

block

of

FI
-
WARE



Any

implementation

of

a

Generic

Enabler

(GE)

is

made

up

of

a

set

of

components

which

together

supports

a

concrete

set

of

Functions

and

provides

a

concrete

set

of

APIs

and

interoperable

interfaces

that

are

in

compliance

with

open

specifications

published

for

that

GE



There

might

be

multiple

compliant

implementations

of

a

given

GE



Each

Architecture

Chapter

(linked

to

WP
3

until

WP
9
)

in

FI
-
WARE

will

lead

to

definition

of

a

set

of

GEs

9

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

What is a FI
-
WARE Generic Enabler (GE)?


As

an

example,

the

Data/Context

Management

System

may

comprise
:


A

set

of

GEs

allowingcompilation

and

storage

of

massive

data

from

disparate

sources,

each

specialized

in

gathering

data

from

a

specific

source

(e
.
g
.
,

data

from

connected

“things”,

data

obtained

from

user

devices,

data

provided

by

the

user,

data

exported

by

applications,

etc
.
)


A

number

of

GEs

dealing

with

processing

of

stored

data,

enabling

generation/inferencing

of

new

valuable

data

that

applications

may

be

interested

to

consume
.



A

GE

which

supports

a

well

defined

API

enabling

Future

Internet

Applications

to

subscribe

to

data

they

are

interested

in,

making

them

capable

of

receiving

this

data

in

real

time
.



A

FI
-
WARE

compliant

Platform

Product

implements,

totally

or

in

part,

a

FI
-
WARE

GE

or

a

concrete

composition

of

FI
-
WARE

Ges


A

FI
-
WARE

Instance

is

the

result

of

integrating

a

number

of

FI
-
WARE

compliant

Platform

Products

and,

typically,

a

number

of

complementary

products

(e
.
g
.

Billing

support

systems)

10

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

What is a FI
-
WARE Generic Enabler (GE)?

11

Chapter

Component

Generic Enabler

Implementation

1
..n

1
..n

1
..n

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Core Platform Instances and Use Case Trials


Future Internet Applications run on top of “
FI Core Platform Instances


built upon selection and assembly of

Platform Products


implementing

Generic Enablers


of the

FI Core Platform



Use Case trials will consist on application scenarios running on top of FI
Core Platform Instances, involving real users

FI Core Platform

Platform Products

FI Core Platform
Instance

12

Use Case Trial

assemble…

GE

GE

GE

GE

GE

GE

GE

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Creation of FI
-
WARE Instances

13

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Is FI
-
WARE an integration project?


The

FI
-
WARE

project

will

draw

upon

the

wealth

of

results

already

achieved

through

earlier

European

research,

not

only

within

the

FP's

but

also

at

national
-

or

corporate
-
funded

levels


In

the

FI
-
WARE

project,

there

is

an

equal

focus

on

advancing

components/technologies

linked

to

GEs

as

well

as

integrating

GEs


R&D

activities

in

FI
-
WARE

will

comprise
:


Evolving

components,

contributed

by

partners

or

available

on

the

market,

to
:


incorporate

new

features

required

to

implement

GEs


allow

GEs

to

be

integrable

with

other

GEs

in

the

FI
-
WARE

Architecture


Creating

new

components

that

may

cover

gaps

in

the

FI
-
WARE

Architecture



Both

R&D

activities

may

be

performed

by
:


partners

in

the

original

consortium



new

partners

that

will

be

added

to

the

consortium

following

an

open

call

for

additional

beneficiaries
.

14

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Scope of the FI
-
WARE Testbed


The

FI
-
WARE

project

will

generate

a

FI
-
WARE

Testbed

as

a

case

example

of

a

FI
-
WARE

Instance
.

It
:


will

allow

Use

Case

projects

and

third

parties

to

run

and

test

Future

Internet

Applications

based

on

FI
-
WARE

Generic

Enablers
.



is

aimed

to

be

complete,

in

the

sense

that

it

will

comprise

reference

implementations

of

all

GEs

defined

in

the

FI
-
WARE

Architecture
.



will

not

necessarily

be

centralised,

but

will

be

under

central

control

and

be

accessible

from

a

dedicated

website
.



FI
-
WARE

partners

will

provide

support

to

UC

projects

in

deploying

their

conceptual

prototypes

on

top

of

the

FI
-
WARE

testbed


Tests

run

by

the

UC

projects,

coordinated

with

tests

defined

by

the

FI
-
WARE

project,

will

help

to

validate
:


Generic

Enabler

(GE)

Open

Specifications


reference

implementations

of

FI
-
WARE

GEs

developed

in

FI
-
WARE


conceptual

prototypes

by

UC

projects

(but

not

our

responsibility)

15

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Infrastructure of the FI
-
WARE Testbed


The

FI
-
WARE

project

is

in

conversations

with

several

parties

that

are

willing

to

sponsor

the

physical

resources

(servers,

connectivity,

etc
.
)

required

in

order

to

run

the

FI
-
WARE

Testbed



Because

of

this,

no

budget

is

planned

to

acquire

these

physical

resources
.



In

case

these

negotiations

with

external

parties

fail,

physical

resources

for

the

testbed

will

be

considered

part

of

the

beneficiaries’

indirect

costs


16

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

FI
-
WARE Open Innovation Lab


The

project

will

work

towards

the

establishment

of

an

Open

Innovation

Lab

around

the

FI
-
WARE

testbed

that

may

help

third

parties

and

not

just

the

Use

Case

projects,

to

test

how

innovative

applications

may

be

developed

on

top

of

FI
-
WARE

GEs



In

short
:


FI
-
WARE

Open

Innovation

Lab

=

FI
-
WARE

Testbed

+

FI
-
WARE

DevCommE



It

is

intended

that

this

Open

Innovation

Lab

be

available

to

third

parties

after

the

second

year

17

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Principles about IPRs


Specifications

of

APIs

(Application

Programming

Interfaces)

and

Interoperable

Protocols

supported

by

FI
-
WARE

Generic

Enablers

(GE)

will

be

open

and

Royalty
-
free


The

FI
-
WARE

project

will

deliver

a

reference

implementation

for

each

of

the

GEs

defined

in

the

FI
-
WARE

Architecture


Some

components

of

these

reference

implementations

may

be

closed

source

while

others

may

be

open

source


The

concrete

open

source

license

selected

by

the

owning

partners

who

work

together

in

the

implementation

of

a

given

component

will

be

agreed

by

them,

taking

into

account

the

Access

Rights

obligations

and

avoiding

any

impact

on

other

Project

partners

and

their

work

packages


In

those

cases

where

an

open

source

reference

implementation

of

a

FI
-
WARE

GE

will

not

be

provided

by

any

partner(s)

in

the

consortium,

and

there

are

enough

reasons

that

justify

asking

for

one,

FI
-
WARE

will

consider

issuing

an

open

call

looking

for

partners

who

develop

it


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The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Principles about IPRs (cont.)


Other

than

in

exceptional

circumstances

and

only

for

Background

specifically

identified,

no

costs

shall

be

charged

for

granting

Access

Rights

to

Foreground

and

Background

needed

for

the

execution

of

the

FI

PPP

projects
.


Access

Rights

to

Foreground,

and

for

Background

and

Sideground

needed

for

the

use

of

any

Foreground,

outside

FI

PPP

program

activities

shall

be

granted

on

Fair

and

Reasonable

and

Non
-
Discriminatory

(FRAND)

Conditions
.


Software

distributed

under

Open

Source

Licenses

are

considered

granted

on

FRAND

conditions
.

19

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-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Open vs Closed Source licenses


The

parties

acknowledge

the

existence

of

different

business

models

regarding

the

exploitation

of

the

results

of

the

project,

esp
.

the

software

deliverables
.

Sof t ware

is

disseminated

and

exploited

under

different

licences,

according

to

different

business

models
.


Different

licences

(e
.
g
.

proprietary

or

open

source)

may

be

incompatible

with

each

other

with

regards

the

combination

of

software

components

coming

from

different

parties
.



As

soon

as

such

situations

occur

during

the

work

of

the

project,

the

involved

parties

shall

determine

if

the

licences

proposed

for

the

different

components

allow

for

their

intended

combination,

and

in

the

case

of

incompatibility,

the

parties

will

resolve

the

matter

by

choosing

the

same

or

compatible

licenses
.



The

resolution

of

such

issues

shall

be

governed

by

a

set

of

rules

that

have

to

be

e l a b o r a t e d

a n d

d e l i v e r e d

wi t h i n

t h r e e

mo n t h s

a f t e r

t h e

s t a r t

of

the

project
.


20

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Index

21

1.
Context

2.
Vision

3.
FI
-
WARE Architecture

4.
Structure of Activities and Work Plan

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

FI Core Platform Architecture: main chapters

22

Operations

Trust and Security

Functionality

App/Services
Ecosystem &
Delivery
Framework

Access to
Internet of
Things

Core Platform
Support
Services

Cloud Hosting

Interface to Network

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-
WARE Project


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Service Infrastructures

Service Delivery framework

23


Enables applications, implementing
processes or linked to "things" and
contents, to be accessible by end
-
users:


from any device


within and across domain
-
specific Core
Platform instances (federated
applications catalogs)


Enables applications “
mash
-
up


and the
exploitation of user
-
driven innovation


Incorporate Open Application/Services
Marketplace capabilities and the
publication of applications through
different channels (Facebook,
AppStores, ….)

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-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Cloud hosting

24


Enable application providers
to host their applications on a
cloud computing infrastructure
so that:


ICT resources are elastically
assigned as demand evolves,
meeting SLAs and business
requirements


They only pay for actual use
or ICT resources


Support both IaaS
-
oriented
and PaaS
-
oriented
provisioning of resources


The cloud computing
infrastructure linked to a Core
Platform instance can be
federated with that of another
Core Platform instance or
external Clouds, through
standard APIs/protocols

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-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

25

Support and Data handling


Collection of enablers
supporting:


Access to Context Info
(including user profile
and preferences) to
ease development of
context
-
aware apps


Storage of large
amounts of data


Processing, correlation
and distribution of large
amounts of events


Processing of multi
-
media contents


Accessible through
standard set of APIs

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-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Access to the Internet of things

26


Enables an uniform access
to the “
Internet of Things

:


Universal (unique)
identification of “
things



Standard information model


Standard management
APIs


Standard APIs for gathering
data


Implemented as a common
layer which mediates with
the different types of
sensor and device
networks

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-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Security and trust

27


Trust and Security:


Spanning from infrastructure and

things


all up to the application layer


Common enablers for identity,
authentication and authorization


User privacy management


Operations


Lifecycle Management Support


End user usage accounting


Platform usage accounting


Support for Analytics

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-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Interface to the network

28


Interfaces wrapping access to network enablers that would be published to
application programmers (materializing and further developing efforts in
initiatives such as JIL, BONDI, GSMA oneAPI)


Interfaces required for development of Platform components:


Interfaces to control QoS and Network Resources allocation


Gateway communication middleware and hosting interfaces




The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Index

29

1.
Context

2.
Vision

3.
FI
-
WARE Architecture

4.
Structure of Activities and Work Plan

The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

WP Structure

WP
1
Management

WP
2
Global Technical
Activities

WP
11
Experimentation

and Validation

WP
12

Dissemination and
Exploitation

WP
3

Apps/Services

Ecosystem
and Delivery

WP
4

Cloud Hosting


WP
5

IoT

WP
6

Support
Services

WP
7

Interface to the
Network


WP
8

Dev

Comm

and
Tools


WP
9
Security , WP
10
CP Instantiation and Operational Support

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-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Applying Agile concepts

31

Component


Backlog

Component


Backlog

Features Backlogs per

Usage Area


(Features identified by a given
Usage
-
Area)


Representatives from each
Usage
-
Area project meet regularly
with TM and WPLs to review
features backlog


Features within each Usage
-
Area
Backlog has a priority assigned

Define, Merge,

Extrapolate,

Prioritize, …


Following

Agile

principles,

FI
-
WARE

interaction

with

Usage
-
Area

projects

will

be

rather

dynamic


Final

priorities

in

Chapter

Backlogs

will

be

assigned

according

to

indicators

such

as

implementation

time,

number

of

UAs

requiring

the

feature,

support

by

stakeholders,

Impact

on

overall

Architecture,

Genericity,




Results

from

prioritization

will

be

public

and

shared

with

Usage
-
Areas

as

part

of

the

overall

FI
-
WARE

roadmap


Conflicts

will

be

resolved

within

PPP

Governance

Bodies

(mainly

Architecture

Board)

SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
SP8
Vision
….
Sprint0
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
SP8
Vision
….
Sprint0
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
SP8
Vision
….
Sprint0
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
SP8
Vision
….
Sprint0
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
Vision
Sprint0
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
SP8
Vision
….
Sprint0
Minor releases

Global Governance

Chapter
1

Single Global Clock

Chapter
2

Component
1

Component
2

Component
3

Major releases

Component
1

Component
2

Component
3

Features Backlogs per
Architecture Chapter (WPs
3
-
9
)


(Features in Roadmap of FI
-
WARE
Architecture Chapters)


Each Backlog owned by the
corresponding WPL


Planning of Sprints decided

within corresponding WPC


and supervised by PCC

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-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Management of Open Calls


We

plan

to

maintain

~
30
%

(
12
M

Euro)

of

the

project

budget

for

distribution

among

new

partners


New

partners

will

be

selected

through

Open

Calls

to

allow

for

responding

to

emerging

user

requires

not

identified

at

the

start

of

the

project,

e
.
g
.
,



due

to

new

usage

areas,

new

technologies,

new

economic

conditions


Specific

component

of

the

budget

will

be

reserved

for

SMEs

(aprox

30
%
)

and

Research

Centers

(aprox

30
%
)


Selection

of

new

partners

will

be

done

according

to

the

procedure

issued

by

the

Commission








32

European

Commission

23

October

2009
v
1
a


Guidance

note

for

project

coordinators

planning

a

competitive

call

for

additional

beneficiaries

in

an

ICT

Integrated

Project

or

Network

of

excellence


The FI
-
WARE Project


Base Platform for Future
Service Infrastructures

Thank You !!