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Agenda n Introduction n Overview of NESSI n NESSI’s roadmap for FP 7 n

Agenda n Introduction n Overview of NESSI n NESSI’s roadmap for FP 7 n NESSI – a value proposition for vertical areas n Debate and input from the audience n Conclusion -1

Véronique Pevtschin Software AG NESSI Communication Coordinator An introduction to NESSI jj/mm/yyyy

Véronique Pevtschin Software AG NESSI Communication Coordinator An introduction to NESSI jj/mm/yyyy

Agenda n NESSI – a European Technology Platform (ETP) n Getting organised to ensure

Agenda n NESSI – a European Technology Platform (ETP) n Getting organised to ensure delivery n NESSI – not alone but complementary to other ETPs -3

The story of NESSI n The context - European Technology Platform n Private-public partnership

The story of NESSI n The context - European Technology Platform n Private-public partnership n Industrial leadership n Uniting all stakeholders n Around a key, strategic area n Strategic? n. Today, Europe’s future growth NESSI aims NESSI topartners provide arepresent unified view 1. 7 for Million European strong research workforcein and 490 Bcompetitiveness € in revenuesand Software Infrastructures Services Architectures n Europe’s n Link? n. NESSI Requires major research and. Strategic technological advances has presented an initial Research Agenda that n In the medium to long term represents a global investment of 2. 5 B€ -4

The challenge of NESSI Transforming the Internet to service your life … ensuring that

The challenge of NESSI Transforming the Internet to service your life … ensuring that services can be provided to all, citizens and businesses alike, in safe, secure, reliable, extensible, scalable environments -5

The vision of NESSI In the past, we were “unconnected” In the 80 s,

The vision of NESSI In the past, we were “unconnected” In the 80 s, we moved to a one to one connection – infrastructure was the key, email as the interface In the 90 s, … a one to all connection – Web sites as the interface … and today we are overwhelmed by information, by its amount, by multiple threads of information Easing life requires that personalised information be delivered Tomorrow, software will be delivered as services that encapsulate information and personalisation -6

The vision of NESSI This evolution requires a service oriented environment NESSI companies have

The vision of NESSI This evolution requires a service oriented environment NESSI companies have recognised that no single company can or should harness the power of such an environment NESSI is a partnership that will ensure the emergence of this environment allowing for INNOVATION SEAMLESS ACCESS FAST DEPLOYMENT -7

The tools of NESSI n The first “tool” of an ETP is its Strategic

The tools of NESSI n The first “tool” of an ETP is its Strategic Research Agenda n Moving from vision to definition n Frame the context n Refine the Technological scope n Build it “together” n Getting organised is key to ensuring n Smooth operations n Open contributions -8

Choose your level of involvement NESSI Partners Board Coordinate NESSI Office Committees Steering Committee

Choose your level of involvement NESSI Partners Board Coordinate NESSI Office Committees Steering Committee NESSI Members Contribute Actively Working Groups IST Projects Collaborating through working groups NESSI Forum Staying Aware ICT Industry Community SME Community User Community Academic & Research Community - 10 NESSI Community

NESSI – Today n 22 partners n 200 members – participating through working groups

NESSI – Today n 22 partners n 200 members – participating through working groups n 9 active working groups n Published call for participation to Working Groups n Open to New Members - 11

NESSI – from launch to future 09/2005 01/2006 NESSI Launch NESSI Forum New members

NESSI – from launch to future 09/2005 01/2006 NESSI Launch NESSI Forum New members start 06/2006 NESSI General Assembly 09/2006 9 Active working Groups Building & implementing the SRA Vision Context SRA Holistic View Join us! 22 partners 200 members SRA Volume 3 Roadmap SRA Volume 1 Working Groups - 12

NESSI is not alone Software & Services - 13

NESSI is not alone Software & Services - 13

e. Business, e. Administration, e. Government, etc. Manufacturing industries, Automotive, Aerospace, Electrotechnical, etc. Home,

e. Business, e. Administration, e. Government, etc. Manufacturing industries, Automotive, Aerospace, Electrotechnical, etc. Home, Media, Content, Learning, Culture, etc. Competitiveness Innovation Speed Health, Inclusion, User Communities, etc. Networked and Electronic Media … Mobility, Transport, Personal environment, etc. Mobile Communications Software & Services Individual Consumer Citizen Worker etc. Embedded Systems ARTEMIS Nanoelectronics - 14

e. Business, e. Administration, e. Government, etc. Home, Media, Content, Learning, Culture, etc. Competitiveness

e. Business, e. Administration, e. Government, etc. Home, Media, Content, Learning, Culture, etc. Competitiveness Innovation Speed Health, Inclusion, User Communities, etc. Manufacturing industries, Automotive, Aerospace, Electrotechnical, etc. … Mobility, Transport, Personal environment, etc. Mobile Networked Communications and Electronic Media Transforming the Internet from information to services Individual Consumer Citizen Worker etc. Embedded Systems ARTEMIS Nanoelectronics - 15

Stefano De Panfilis NESSI SRA Committee Coordinator NESSI’s Coherent Approach to FP 7 jj/mm/yyyy

Stefano De Panfilis NESSI SRA Committee Coordinator NESSI’s Coherent Approach to FP 7 jj/mm/yyyy

Agenda n The NESSI Holistic Model n Strategic Pillars proposal n NESSI Open Framework

Agenda n The NESSI Holistic Model n Strategic Pillars proposal n NESSI Open Framework implementation approach n NESSI Working Groups - 17

NESSI Holistic View The World of NESSI Powered by NESSI EU Economy Busines s

NESSI Holistic View The World of NESSI Powered by NESSI EU Economy Busines s Services Business Domain 1 Business Domain 2 Business Domain n NESSI Landscape (Business level Services) Cross business Collaborations NESSI Adoption Practices and Usages Regulatory Governance Architecture and Engineering Core Services Management Services Infrastructure Layer Interoperability Service Integration Layer Security Semantic Layer NESSI Framework The Art of NESSI Core - 18

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 n Service-oriented infrastructure n Service framework (including Semantic

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 n Service-oriented infrastructure n Service framework (including Semantic Technologies and Complexity Management) n Trust, Security and Dependability n Software engineering n User-service interactions n Services Sciences n Networked enterprises n NESSI Open Framework (Reference Implementation) - 19

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 (2) n Service-oriented infrastructure n Automated deployment of

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 (2) n Service-oriented infrastructure n Automated deployment of software onto integrated infrastructure exposed as services n Ability to predict non functional properties of dynamical deployed applications n Manageability of shared infrastructure with emphasis on experiences of multiple-users n Service framework n Define methods, tools and platform for the contextual provision of services. (Context includes: existing services population, Qo. S, policies, environmental conditions, …) n Issues include service discovery, "composition", deployment and monitoring. n The use of semantic description for functional and non functional characteristics of software and services, to l l achieve scalability at enterprise & cross enterprise levels link formal ontological approach with informal web 2. 0 approach - 20

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 (3) n Trust, Security and Dependability n Decrease

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 (3) n Trust, Security and Dependability n Decrease gap between security demand available security resources n Introducing new and adapting existing TSD mechanisms to handle complexity (cross-domain, dynamic, …) n Software engineering n Adjust/adapt Software Engineering approaches, methods and processes to service oriented software n User-service interactions n Context (wide sense) adaptation during interaction n Empowering end-users to make them able to personalise their environment integrating resources to provide access to content and services. n Using captured and shared knowledge to improve productivity during interactions - 21

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 (4) n Services Sciences n Establish model &

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 (4) n Services Sciences n Establish model & methods for enabling predictive services systems with attainable expectations n Establish model & methods for services systems that will function according to specification at predicted cost throughout intended lifetime n Networked enterprises n Provide solutions for business process collaboration in business ecosystems based on business models n Establish design principles & systems for business processes in a service environment addressing adaptability, inclusiveness, conformability and measurability. - 22

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 (5) n NESSI Open Framework n Reference Model

Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP 7 (5) n NESSI Open Framework n Reference Model n Reference Architecture (Open Specifications) n Reference Implementation - 23

Strategic Pillars - Methodology Technologies and Systemic Foundations for the Service Economy … …

Strategic Pillars - Methodology Technologies and Systemic Foundations for the Service Economy … … NESSI Open Framework Socio-Economical Context (Innovation Centre) - 24

NESSI Open Framework (2) n How n Iteratively, yearly basis, implemented. n V 0

NESSI Open Framework (2) n How n Iteratively, yearly basis, implemented. n V 0 based on current Sof. A n V 1 deployed at month 18 n Feed by SPs on a yearly basis from year 1. NOF providing feedback from year 2. - 25

Choose your level of involvement NESSI Partners Board Coordinate NESSI Office Committees NESSI Members

Choose your level of involvement NESSI Partners Board Coordinate NESSI Office Committees NESSI Members Steering Committee NESSI Members Contribute Actively Working Groups NESSI Forum Staying Aware ICT Industry Community SME Community User Community Academic & Research Community - 26 NESSI Community

NESSI Working Groups: current status n Semantic Technologies (25 members) n 1 st Workshop,

NESSI Working Groups: current status n Semantic Technologies (25 members) n 1 st Workshop, 22 Nov (Helsinki) n Trust, Security and Dependability (40 members) n 2 nd meeting, 21 Nov (Helsinki) n Service Engineering (40 members) n Kick-off, 13 -14 Dec (Brussels) n Software Engineering (15 members) n Kick-off, 7 Nov (Brussels) n Services Sciences (35 members) n 3 rd Workshop, 22 Nov (London) n Service Oriented Infrastructure (20 members) n Kick-off, 13 Dec (Brussels) n Business Process Management (10 members) n Kick-off, 13 Dec (Brussels) n User/Service Interactions (15 members) n Tbp n e. Health (15 members) - 28

Bernard Méric NESSI HP Board Member NESSI – a value proposition for vertical areas

Bernard Méric NESSI HP Board Member NESSI – a value proposition for vertical areas jj/mm/yyyy

ICT – a key to Europe’s competitiveness ICT – represents 19% of total investments

ICT – a key to Europe’s competitiveness ICT – represents 19% of total investments in EU versus 28% in US ICT – contributes to 42% of productivity growth in EU versus 80% in US - 30

e. Business, e. Administration, e. Government, etc. Home, Media, Content, Learning, Culture, etc. Competitiveness

e. Business, e. Administration, e. Government, etc. Home, Media, Content, Learning, Culture, etc. Competitiveness Innovation Speed Health, Inclusion, User Communities, etc. Manufacturing industries, Automotive, Aerospace, Electrotechnical, etc. … Mobility, Transport, Personal environment, etc. Mobile Networked Communications and Electronic Media Transforming the Internet from information to services Individual Consumer Citizen Worker etc. Embedded Systems ARTEMIS Nanoelectronics - 31

ETPs – a tool to support competitiveness n Vertical areas are the means through

ETPs – a tool to support competitiveness n Vertical areas are the means through which we are going to link Framework Programmes and ETPs and businesses … bridging innovation and competitiveness e. Business, e. Administration, e. Government, etc. Home, Media, Content, Learning, Culture, etc. Health, Inclusion, User Communities, etc. Manufacturing industries, Automotive, Aerospace, Electrotechnical, etc. Mobility, Transport, Personal environment, etc. - 32

Linking to vertical areas? n How do we link verticals to n Create innovation

Linking to vertical areas? n How do we link verticals to n Create innovation n Within vertical area n Across vertical areas - 33

Working together n NESSI is the Software and Services ETP n NESSI has the

Working together n NESSI is the Software and Services ETP n NESSI has the potential, the will and the credibility n NESSI has the organisation and the working groups ? n What is the best way forward to use the opportunity of NESSI to link the business and vertical areas to innovation ? - 34