Published on March 11, 2014
www.sucreproject.euwww.sucreproject.eu Supporting Cloud interoperability and collaboration with Japan Preliminary findings of the SUCRE EU-Japan Experts Group Ariana Polyviou, SingularLogic February 26, 2014, London, UK
www.sucreproject.euwww.sucreproject.eu About the project and the group • Established in October 2013 • An integral part of the SUCRE Description of Work • Engages eight experts from four countries • Its activities will conclude in March 2014 Project Id: SUCRE CSA-SA 318024 - Start Date: October 2012 - Duration: 24 months Lutz Schubert Ulm University, Germany Thomas Uhl OSBA, Germany Tryfon Chiotis (alumni) DANTE, UK Vangelis Floros GRNET, Greece Takeshi Motohashi Internet MultiFeed Co., Japan Atsuhiro Goto IISEC, Japan Masayuki Hayashi NTT Communications, Japan Johan Eksteen Microsoft Research, SA
www.sucreproject.euwww.sucreproject.eu Recommendations from the experts Cloud standardization • General status and regional approaches – Standardization can be pursued through adoption of OS Clouds – At the same time, marketing issues should not be neglected • Industrial collaboration and diversification – Cooperation is key to standardization, although commercial companies choose to remain different in technology aspects they are holding a leading position – Diversity and overflow of standards can be tackled by selecting highly specific issues at an international level, e.g. between Japan and the EU • Challenges and ongoing efforts in all Cloud layers – SaaS and PaaS are more challenging due to greater diversification – IaaS needs further standardization efforts
www.sucreproject.euwww.sucreproject.eu Data portability and Cloud lock-in • Data portability is a more politically than technically pressing issue • Specialization vs. Portability: Two contradictory values • Standardization and security aspects are important to be addressed • Cloud providers will be convinced to fully support data portability by – Client demand (which leads to increased revenues) – Regulatory frameworks (e.g. the EU Data Protection Directive) EU-Japan collaboration opportunities • Exchange of domain-specific knowledge • Intersection in matters of security, trust, legislation and policies • Intercontinental-scale exploitation of existing Cloud resources • Exchange of input related to marketing issues Recommendations from the experts
www.sucreproject.euwww.sucreproject.eu SUCRE EU-Japan Workshop 16 May 2014, Brussels, Belgium Final Recommendation Report Stay tuned!!! Let’s collaborate! What’s next...
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