Mr. Jose Jimenez Delgado
Telefonica Investigacion y Desarrollo SA
jimenez (at) tid.es
The technical collaboration of Future Internet Public Private Partnership programme carried out in FI PPP Architecture Board (members of all FI PPP projects) takes place in FI-WIKI hosted by the FI-WARE project.
The link to the public collaboration site is here.
The goal of the FI-WARE project is to advance the global competitiveness of the EU economy by introducing an innovative infrastructure for cost-effective creation and delivery of services, providing high QoS and security guarantees. FI-WARE is designed to meet the demands of key market stakeholders across many different sectors, e.g., healthcare, telecommunications, and environmental services. FI-WARE unites major European industrial actors. The key deliverables of FI-WARE will be an open architecture and a reference implementation of a novel service infrastructure, building upon generic and reusable building blocks developed in earlier research projects. We will demonstrate how this infrastructure supports emerging Future Internet (FI) services in multiple Usage Areas, and will exhibit significant and quantifiable improvements in the productivity, reliability and cost of service development and delivery – building a true foundation for the Future Internet. From an architectural perspective, FI-WARE is based on the following main foundations: Service Delivery Framework – the infrastructure to create, publish, manage and consume FI services across their life cycle, addressing all technical and business aspects. Cloud Hosting – the fundamental layer which provides the computation, storage and network resources, upon which services are provisioned and managed. Support Services – the facilities for effective accessing, processing, and analyzing massive streams of data, and semantically classifying them into valuable knowledge. IoT Enablement – the bridge whereby FI services interface and leverage the ubiquity of heterogeneous, resource-constrained devices in the Internet of Things. Interface to Networks – open interfaces to networks and devices, providing the connectivity needs of services delivered across the platform. Security – the mechanisms which ensure that the delivery and usage of services is trustworthy and meets security and privacy requirements.