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===== CompatibleOne the Open Source Cloud Broker =====
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 02:15 - 02:30pm
**Speaker:**Jamie Marshall, Prologue
**Abstract:**Next generation cloud service management software will offer service brokering capabilities. This session will provide an overview of the architecture of an open source cloud service broker that would allow for the description, provision, deployment and management of any type or configuration of cloud services delivered by heterogeneous cloud service providers in accordance with a consumer’s SLA. A broker allows the federation of resources across heterogeneous Cloud Service Providers and thus plays an important role in avoiding vendor lock-in. The session will end with a live demonstration showing how a federation of multiple OpenStack providers can be managed by CompatibleOne, an open source cloud service broker, in a multi-cloud environment.
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 02:1502:30 - 02:30pm02:45pm
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 02:3002:45 - 02:45pm03:00pm
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 02:4503:00 - 03:00pm03:15pm
===== CompatibleOne the Open Source Cloud Broker =====
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 03:00 - 03:15pm
**Speaker:**Jamie Marshall, Prologue
**Abstract:**Next generation cloud service management software will offer service brokering capabilities. This session will provide an overview of the architecture of an open source cloud service broker that would allow for the description, provision, deployment and management of any type or configuration of cloud services delivered by heterogeneous cloud service providers in accordance with a consumer’s SLA. A broker allows the federation of resources across heterogeneous Cloud Service Providers and thus plays an important role in avoiding vendor lock-in. The session will end with a live demonstration showing how a federation of multiple OpenStack providers can be managed by CompatibleOne, an open source cloud service broker, in a multi-cloud environment.
===== VENUS-C: lessons learned of using open source clouds in eScience =====
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 03:15 - 03:30pm
**Speaker**: Andrea Manieri, Engineering Group
**Abstract**: VENUS-C is the first European distributed computing infrastructure to adopt a User-centric approach to Cloud Computing, putting the needs of end-User communities of researchers and small businesses at the forefront of development. A representative User community sample was composed by the 7 scenarios, the 15 pilots and the 5 experiments from eleven different disciplines and SMEs. Chief among the success stories is Green Prefab, a start-up company for architects and civil engineers, which hosts a new innovation cluster stemming from VENUS-C, HUB-Engineering (http://www.hub-e.com/). The VENUS-C Architecture Report describes the blueprint for the platform based on which a reference implementation has been done applying a rapid prototyping approach with interactive releases and User validation. The project publicly released open-source components (http://resources.venus-c.eu), namely: • Generic Worker (PMES (Process Management Enactment Services) and programming framework) • COMPSs (PMES and programming framework) • CDMI Proxy • Accounting and billing service • Traffic Redundancy Elimination (TRE) • Interoperability Toolkit As a result, it is clear that the adoption of Cloud and Virtualisation technologies and services is a win-win situation for the scientific community, as it releases benefits for both research institutions, industry.
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 03:3003:15 - 03:45pm03:30pm
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 03:4503:30 - 04:00pm03:45pm
**Speakers**: Jérémie Bourdoncle and Antoine CastaingCastaing, Hedera Technology
04:0003:45 - 04:1504:00 - Break
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 04:3004:00 - 04:45pm04:15pm
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 04:4504:15 - 05:00pm04:30pm
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 05:0004:30 - 05:15pm04:45pm
===== The Sirocco multi-cloud management framework =====
**Schedule**:Wednesday Nov 28, 04:45 - 05:00pm
**Speaker**: Frederic Dang Tran, Orange Labs
**Abtsract**: While private cloud solutions as well as public cloud service offers are numerous, effective management still remains a challenge where it comes to multi-cloud or hybrid cloud deployment models where applications span several clouds. This presentation gives an overview of the OW2 Sirocco multi-cloud management framework with a particular focus on two topics: API mediation and placement management. Sirocco allows consumers to provision resources on multiple cloud providers whether private or public and relies on an orchestration layer that hides the heterogeneity of the underlying providers (in terms of API, virtualization technology…) through a unified user interface and API. Sirocco has adopted the DMTF Cloud Infrastructure Management Interface (CIMI) whose 1.0 release was released on 29 August 2012. Internally, this unified API is translated to the specific API and virtual resource model of each provider. Sirocco currently supports Amazon EC2, VMware vCloud Director as well as OpenStack as back-end clouds. A key component of Sirocco focuses on provider selection and placement management, namely how to select a cloud provider that offers the best match between the client request (QoS, geographical constraints…) and the provider’s capabilities. Sirocco integrates a flexible decision-making framework that relies on a rule-based engine. Second speaker: Pawel Rubach Orange Labs Poland pawel.rubach@orange.com
===== Emerginov, an open PHP PaaS for co-innovation =====
**Speaker:** Eric Debeau, Orange
**Schedule:** Thursday Nov 28, 05:00 - 05:15pm
**Abstract:** The presentation deals with the description of a simple open platform as a service (Paas) dedicated to open innovation. This platform is based on the smart integration of free software components and promote the massive usage of open technologies (LAMP, Asterisk, OpenSIPS) and open API. It has been deployed in Africa and used to stimulate open innovation in emerging countries. It allows rapid prototyping of “telco-web” micro-services on over the top of traditional operator networks using open APIs (SMS, vocal access). It aims to build a reference library of business applications under free licenses. The project has recently joined OW2 and aims to publish 2 versions of the solution: a standalone version and a Telco grade version. See the main portal http://www.emerginov.org for more details. Keywords: Co-innovation, free software, micro-service, SMS, Voice
===== ProActive CLIF: Cloud Enabled Load Injection =====
**Schedule:** Thursday Nov 29, 05:15 - 05:30pm
**Speakers:** Denis Caromel, ActiveEon & Bruno Dillenseger, Orange
**Abstract:** This presentation shows how the 2 OW2 frameworks CLIF and ProActive are successfully used together in order to provide Cloud Enabled Load Injection.
**Schedule**: Wednesday Nov 28, 05:1505:30 - 05:30pm05:45pm
===== The Sirocco multi-cloud management framework =====06:00 - 08:00 : Free Beer Party
**Schedule**:Wednesday Nov 28, 05:30 - 05:45pm
**Speaker**: Frederic Dang Tran, Orange Labs
**Abtsract**: While private cloud solutions as well as public cloud service offers are numerous, effective management still remains a challenge where it comes to multi-cloud or hybrid cloud deployment models where applications span several clouds. This presentation gives an overview of the OW2 Sirocco multi-cloud management framework with a particular focus on two topics: API mediation and placement management. Sirocco allows consumers to provision resources on multiple cloud providers whether private or public and relies on an orchestration layer that hides the heterogeneity of the underlying providers (in terms of API, virtualization technology…) through a unified user interface and API. Sirocco has adopted the DMTF Cloud Infrastructure Management Interface (CIMI) whose 1.0 release was released on 29 August 2012. Internally, this unified API is translated to the specific API and virtual resource model of each provider. Sirocco currently supports Amazon EC2, VMware vCloud Director as well as OpenStack as back-end clouds. A key component of Sirocco focuses on provider selection and placement management, namely how to select a cloud provider that offers the best match between the client request (QoS, geographical constraints…) and the provider’s capabilities. Sirocco integrates a flexible decision-making framework that relies on a rule-based engine. Second speaker: Pawel Rubach Orange Labs Poland pawel.rubach@orange.com
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