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Presentation about future research in software and services, eChallenges 2007 conference, The Hague (Netherlands), 25 Oct 2007

Future directions for Software and Services Arian Zwegers DG Information Society and Media Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures The Hague, The Netherlands 25 October 2007

Overview ICT in EU – Context Trends in business and ICT ICT market in EU FP6 Software Technologies Grid Technologies NESSI Technology Platform FP7 Results of call 1 Future Internet Internet of Services Work Programme 2009-10 Conclusions

ICT in EU – Context

Trends in business and ICT

ICT market in EU

FP6

Software Technologies

Grid Technologies

NESSI Technology Platform

FP7

Results of call 1

Future Internet

Internet of Services

Work Programme 2009-10

Conclusions

Trends in Business and ICT Business/social trends Outsourcing Open Innovation Ecosystems Compliance Prosumer ICT trends Convergence Virtualisation SaaS

Business/social trends

Outsourcing

Open Innovation

Ecosystems

Compliance

Prosumer

ICT trends

Convergence

Virtualisation

SaaS

ICT Market, 2006 By region and by product Total value = € 2,033 billion Total value = € 680 billion Source: EITO, 2007 Europe is world’s largest ICT market Europe has a large software and services market

Europe is world’s largest ICT market

Europe has a large software and services market

Top100 suppliers serving the Western European Software & IT Services market Source: PAC By number of companies (in %, 2004) By revenue (in %, 2004) 60% of companies come from Europe 43% of revenues stay in Europe http://www.softwareleadership.info/

60% of companies come from Europe

43% of revenues stay in Europe

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 Important EU industry sectors depend on S&S 70% of software development takes place in non-software companies

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

Important EU industry sectors depend on S&S

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

 

Current research in Software Technologies FP6 project portfolio R O A D M A P P I N G Fassbinder, NessiSoft, 3S SERVICES SOFTWARE ENGINEERING COMPLEXITY OPEN SOURCE 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 SERVICES SOFTWARE ENGINEERING COMPLEXITY OPEN SOURCE QUALIPSO RODIN PYPY TEAM http://cordis.europa.eu/ist/st/projects.htm TRUSTCOM 46 projects + 4 studies 275 M€ (Total investment) 168 M€ (EC funding) 525 Participants 2400 Person/year

Grid Research Projects under FP6 Wave 2 – start 2006 data, knowledge, semantics platforms, user environments trust, security Grid services, business models BeinGrid business experiments supporting the Grid community XtreemOS Linux based Grid operating system international cooperation Specific support action Integrated project Network of excellence Specific targeted research project Wave 1 – start 2004 EU Funding: 130 M€ http://cordis.europa.eu/ist/grids/projects.htm Degree Datamining Grid OntoGrid InteliGrid K-WF Grid Chemomen tum A-Ware Sorma CoreGRID virtual laboratories UniGrids HPC4U g-Eclipse Gredia GridComp QosCosGrid Grid4all Provenance AssessGrid GridTrust ArguGrid Edutain@ Grid GridEcon GridCoord Nessi-Grid Challengers NextGRID service architecture Akogrimo mobile services BREIN agents & semantics SIMDAT industrial simulations BeinGrid business experiments KnowArc EC-Gin Bridge [email_address] EchoGrid

NESSI http://www.nessi-europe.com Aims to develop a visionary strategy for Software and Services driven by a common Strategic Research Agenda where innovation and business strengths are reinforced. Expected impact: standardisation, common service platform open standards improve EU competitiveness in S&S reduce sector fragmentation and align R&D efforts openness: an open initiative mobilising SMEs, academia and industry address key R&D and policy challenges in S&S

Aims to develop a visionary strategy for Software and Services driven by a common Strategic Research Agenda where innovation and business strengths are reinforced.

Expected impact:

standardisation, common service platform open standards

improve EU competitiveness in S&S

reduce sector fragmentation and align R&D efforts

openness: an open initiative mobilising SMEs, academia and industry

address key R&D and policy challenges in S&S

NESSI key elements NESSI Strategic pillars: Semantic annotation (ontologies) Personal Semantic annotation (dictionaries & folksonomies) END-USERS discovery composition discovery composition SERVICE ORIENTED INFRASTRUCTURE SLA negotiation SLA negotiation Semantic annotation Metholodogy for Migration Semantic Interoperability discovery Composition (mash-up / piping) Resources Software engineering Service engineering User/Service interaction Service Oriented Infrastructure End to End Security Privacy SERVICES BUSINESS PROCESSES Context-aware adaptation COMPONENTS semantic annotation Process engineering tools semantic annotation service composition tools semantic annotation service development tools resource development tools

Injecting over €9bn to boost European Information and Communication Technologies

ICT Work Programme 2007-2008 Future and Emerging Technologies Cognitive systems, robotics and interaction Network and service infrastructures Components, subsystems and embedded systems Digital content and knowledge ICT for health Intelligent car and sustainable growth ICT for independent living and inclusion End-to-end systems for Socio-economic goals Technology roadblocks ETPs i2010 Flagships Source: ICT WP2007-2008

Challenge 1 ‘Pervasive & Trusted Network & Service Infrastructures’ 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

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

Obj 1.2, Software and Services Overview of proposals under negotiation Software & Service 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-RA 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

Obj 1.2, Software and Services Proposal Figures Number of proposals retained = 27 Total cost = 230 MEuro of which 156 MEuro requested EC funding Funding available = 120 MEuro Average duration = 33.7 months Average # of participants = 9.1 SME participation = 25 % Top participants (# proposals) SAP 9 Telefónica 7 Thales 7 UPM 7 AtosOrigin 4 INRIA 4 Politecnico Milano 4 Top participants (budget) SAP Telefónica Univ Newcastle Thales IBM SINTEF Univ Duisburg-Essen Univ Southampton AtosOrigin UPM

Number of proposals retained = 27

Total cost = 230 MEuro of which 156 MEuro requested EC funding

Funding available = 120 MEuro

Average duration = 33.7 months

Average # of participants = 9.1

SME participation = 25 %

Software and Services Planning future research in FP7 Evolution Services in the Future of Internet New research subjects? FP6 FP7 – Call 1 FP7 WP 2009-10

Evolution

Services in the Future of Internet

New research subjects?

FP6

FP7 – Call 1

FP7

WP 2009-10

Challenge 1 Future Internet 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, Service Web Networks of the Future 3D Internet Internet of Things Future Internet Draft

The Internet of Tomorrow will be mainly about Intelligent Services Most of the digital universe will remain unstructured Tools and techniques will be required to add structure to this content to improve search, discovery, management, security, and storage We will be facing serious problems in information: finding extracting representing interpreting maintaining Source: Joao Da Silva How will the Consumer dynamically discover the existence of a Provider, which can provide the services being requested? Assuming the Consumer knows of the Provider’s existence, how can he/she locate the Provider? Assuming the Consumer has located the Provider, how can the two describe how to connect to each other, in a standard format which can be understood regardless of their IT platforms? Assuming they have described themselves, how can they exchange messages in a common messaging format which is independent of their underlying platforms? Assuming they have agreed upon a common messaging format, what data format can they use to exchange data independent of their underlying database technologies?

Most of the digital universe will remain unstructured

Tools and techniques will be required to add structure to this content to improve search, discovery, management, security, and storage

We will be facing serious problems in information:

finding

extracting

representing

interpreting

maintaining

How will the Consumer dynamically discover the existence of a Provider, which can provide the services being requested?

Assuming the Consumer knows of the Provider’s existence, how can he/she locate the Provider?

Assuming the Consumer has located the Provider, how can the two describe how to connect to each other, in a standard format which can be understood regardless of their IT platforms?

Assuming they have described themselves, how can they exchange messages in a common messaging format which is independent of their underlying platforms?

Assuming they have agreed upon a common messaging format, what data format can they use to exchange data independent of their underlying database technologies?

Services in the Future Internet Future Internet enables broader variety of service types, including: Specialised resource services Middleware services Business services Content provision services Integration services Application specific services Management and monitoring services Properties: Semantics enriched Context aware Provided as utilities … Based on: Joao Da Silva Draft

Future Internet enables broader variety of service types, including:

Specialised resource services

Middleware services

Business services

Content provision services

Integration services

Application specific services

Management and monitoring services

Properties:

Semantics enriched

Context aware

Provided as utilities



New roles in services Around 10,000 active endpoints described with WSDL files Service search engines, service crawlers, e.g. Aleph Service brokers, market places, e.g. StrikeIron

Around 10,000 active endpoints described with WSDL files

Service search engines, service crawlers, e.g. Aleph

Service brokers, market places, e.g. StrikeIron

Web APIs and Mashups Source: http://www.deri.at/fileadmin/documents/ technical_report/ServiceWeb3v4b.pdf http://programmableweb.com Yesterday: 2440 mashups 537 APIs Steady evolution or revolution?

Internet of Services an IT perspective Source: C. Schroth, T. Janner, “Web 2.0 and SOA: Converging Concepts Enabling the Internet of Services”, IEEE IT Professional Magazine, Vol. 9, No. 3

Internet of Services an IT perspective Source: http://www.empolis.com/executive-forum/ 2007/Assets/PDF/Prof.%20Dr.%20Lutz%20Heuser.pdf

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

Internet of Services a Telco perspective Bridge the underlying communications networks with increasingly sophisticated devices/terminals Make available multimedia service bundles Emphasis on personalised and context-aware applications for individual end-users The end-user as a generator of services Allow services to become more pervasive and applications more distributed Source: Joao Da Silva

Bridge the underlying communications networks with increasingly sophisticated devices/terminals

Make available multimedia service bundles

Emphasis on personalised and context-aware applications for individual end-users

The end-user as a generator of services

Allow services to become more pervasive and applications more distributed

Internet of Services Questions for debate Are we going to see architectural tensions between the telco and IT service cultures? What is going to be in the network, what is going to be in the application (e.g., location awareness, billing)? How do we ensure software compatibility for the user and developer? What will be the scope of services to be enabled in the Future Internet? Will this lead to a repositioning of industrial players or opportunities for new players? Can we miss the chance to provide opportunities for the EU service industry? Source: Joao Da Silva

Are we going to see architectural tensions between the telco and IT service cultures?

What is going to be in the network, what is going to be in the application (e.g., location awareness, billing)?

How do we ensure software compatibility for the user and developer?

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

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

Can we miss the chance to provide opportunities for the EU service industry?

WP2009-10 Continuity Need to identify new challenges that will drive research in S&S in the coming decade Technology trends and priorities Evolution in S&S research Services in the Future of Internet Longer term research Two calls vs one call IPs vs STREPs Your contributions are welcomed Draft

Continuity

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

Technology trends and priorities

Evolution in S&S research

Services in the Future of Internet

Longer term research

Two calls vs one call

IPs vs STREPs

Your contributions are welcomed

WP2009-10 Initial ideas Service architectures Continuation of the current research objectives on service architectures, including a unifying reference architecture and framework Approaches to Service Architectures, bridging software engineering and complexity Policy-driven methods and architectures Services on the Future Internet Software infrastructures for future services, addressing the convergence with service infrastructures for communication and content / media services. Services Front Ends (SFE) Software as a Service Exploratory / longer term research in service and software engineering Open Source Software CSAs Horizontal issues like standardisation, clustering, roadmapping, etc. Draft

Service architectures

Continuation of the current research objectives on service architectures, including a unifying reference architecture and framework

Approaches to Service Architectures, bridging software engineering and complexity

Policy-driven methods and architectures

Services on the Future Internet

Software infrastructures for future services, addressing the convergence with service infrastructures for communication and content / media services.

Services Front Ends (SFE)

Software as a Service

Exploratory / longer term research in service and software engineering

Open Source Software

CSAs

Horizontal issues like standardisation, clustering, roadmapping, etc.

Road to WP2009-10 12/2007 03/2008 10/2008 Proposed Orientations (ICT Dirs) Draft WP (ICT Dirs) Full text for discussion with ICTC Commission Decision Full text for opinion Consul-tation Reports FP&SP text 10/2008 11/2008 WP published Call(s) published 05/2008 08/2008 Online consultation Note: dates are tentative Consolidation workshop report Draft ETP SRAs ISTAG Reports IPPA report Workshop reports Road-mapping Reports

Your input to WP2009-10 Workshops Nov 8: Longer term research Nov 12: Services in the Future Internet Via roadmapping SSAs Via ETPs and their SRAs Via online consultation http://www.eu-ecss.eu / Via ‘consolidation workshop’ in Jan/Feb 2008

Workshops

Nov 8: Longer term research

Nov 12: Services in the Future Internet

Via roadmapping SSAs

Via ETPs and their SRAs

Via online consultation

http://www.eu-ecss.eu /

Via ‘consolidation workshop’ in Jan/Feb 2008

Conclusions Software is getting increasingly important Building a strong European research and industrial community in S&S FP6 lives on Ensure success, results, and impact FP7 call 1 projects launched in 2008 Future Internet overarching theme for Challenge 1 in WP2009-10 WP 2009-10: Identify new challenges that will drive research in the coming decade

Software is getting increasingly important

Building a strong European research and industrial community in S&S

FP6 lives on

Ensure success, results, and impact

FP7 call 1 projects launched in 2008

Future Internet overarching theme for Challenge 1 in WP2009-10

WP 2009-10: Identify new challenges that will drive research in the coming decade

For More Information ... FP7 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/home_en.html Online consultation http://www.eu-ecss.eu/ NESSI http://www.nessi-europe.com E-mail <first name>.<last name>@ec.europa.eu

FP7

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

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

Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/home_en.html

Online consultation

http://www.eu-ecss.eu/

NESSI

http://www.nessi-europe.com

E-mail

<first name>.<last name>@ec.europa.eu

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