For the 2010 edition, ServiceWave, FIA and FIRE are joining forces to present a unique demonstration track.
The Demonstration evening at ServiceWave 2010 will be a continuation of the popular evening event of last year’s . It provides the possibilities to demonstrate tool support and automation of specific aspects related to service oriented computing originating from different application domains. The event will take place in an unconstrained atmosphere with lots of sandwiches, discussions and fun.
With 24 selected demonstrations covering all Future Internet topics ranging from services to infrastructures, the demonstration track will start on Wednesday evening 15 December as the closing event for ServiceWave 2010 and FIRE. It continues during coffee breaks and lunches on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 December during the FIA event.
The ServiceWave conference series is a unique opportunity for academic researchers and industry practitioners to report on ground breaking research work and present industrial trends, strengthening the cross-community excellence in service oriented computing related domains. It is a place for sharing knowledge and networking between experts working on the Service Revolution in Europe today.
The Future Internet Assembly – FIA – groups 100 projects which subscribed to the Bled Declaration. They agreed to coordinate their R&D activities to foster a strong European footprint on Future Internet. More than € 650 million are invested by the participants and by the European Commission to make this happen. FIA mobilises a community of some 400 experts active in shaping the European Future Internet vision.
FIRE promotes the concept of experimentally-driven research for the Internet of the Future, joining the two ends of academic-driven visionary research and industry-driven testing and experimentation. To make this approach a reality, FIRE aims to create a dynamic, sustainable, large scale European Experimental Facility, which is built by gradually connecting and federating existing and new test beds for emerging or future internet technologies.
D1: Future Internet Management Platforms for Network Virtualisation and Service Clouds, Alex Galis, Stuart Clayman, Andreas Fischer, Alexandru Paler, Yahya Al-Hazmi, Hermann de Meer, Jean Patrick Gelas, Laurent Lefevre, Olivier Mornard, Abderhaman Cheniour, Antonio Astorga, Jean Serrat, Javier Rubio Loyola, Steven Davy
This presents a number of service-centric platforms and demonstrations that have been developed by the FP7 Autonomic Internet project with the aim to create a flexible environment for autonomic deployment and management of Virtual Networks (VN) and Services as validated on large- scale testbeds.
D2: SRLG inference in OSPF for improved reconvergence after failures, Bart Puype, Dimitri Papadimitriou, Goutam Das, Didier Colle, Mario Pickavet, Piet Demeester
The ECODE FP7 project researches cognitive routing functions in future networks. We demonstrate machine learning augmented OSPF routing which infers SRLGs from network failure history. Inferred SRLGs are used to improve OSPF convergence and recovery times during subsequent (multiple) network failures.
D3: A middleware infrastructure for multi-rule-engine distributed systems, Pierre de Leusse, Bartosz Kwolek, Krzysztof Zielinski
The rule technological landscape is becoming ever more complex, with an extended number of specifications and products. It is therefore becoming increasingly difficult to integrate rule-driven components and manage interoperability in multi-rule engine environments. The described work presents the possibility to provide a middleware infrastructure for rule-driven components in a distributed system. The authors’ approach leverages on a set of middleware, discovery protocol, rule interchange and user interface to alleviate the environment’s complexity.
D4: Demonstrating Distributed Virtual Networks, Alexandru Paler, Andreas Fischer, Hermann de Meer
The current internet is commonly perceived as being too inflexible. Network Virtualization has been recognized lately as a method to overcome these limitations. A first step toward the expected flexibility, with a solution that is both universal and thorough, is the implementation of network virtualization using system virtualization approaches. We present a system that is constructing arbitrary virtual networks in a universal, scalable and flexible way.
D5: SOA4All in Action: Enabling a Web of Billions of Services, Maurilio Zuccalà
The “SOA4ALL in Action” demonstration will present the SOA4ALL approach to a global service delivery platform, and will make it available to end users through the SOA4ALL Studio: a user-friendly holistic platform covering the whole lifecycle of services.
D6: NinSuna: Metadata-driven Media Delivery, Davy Van Deursen, Wim Van Lancker, Erik Mannens, Rik Van de Walle
In this demonstration, we present NinSuna, a fully integrated multimedia content adaption and delivery platform based on Semantic Web technologies. We demonstrate three main components of the platform: trancparency towards media formats and representation, the connection between media content and media annotations, and the ability to address and deliver media fragments through URIs in a standardized way.
D7: Enabling Interoperability for SOA-based SaaS Applications using Continuous Computational Language, Yehia Taher, Dinh Khoa Nguyen, Willem-Jan van den Heuvel, Ali Ait-Bachir
Today there still exist many interoperability issues in the communications between Web Services. Current approaches can only solve either the structural or behavioural interoperability conflicts between exchanged SOAP messages by heterogeneous WS. In this demonstration we present a novel prototype tool that allows encoding adaptation rules in the Continuous Query Language (CQL) for SOAP messages on both structural and behavioural levels, and then deploying and managing the rules on a rule engine in a predictable and repeatable manner.
D8: Future Internet Architectures and Scenarios by means of Opportunistic Networks and Cognitive Management Systems, Panagiotis Demestichas, Jens Gebert, Markus Mueck
This demo showcases a FI architecture that includes the following elements: (i) Opportunistic networks and heterogeneous network infrastructures; (ii) Cognitive systems for managing the opportunistic network and the infrastructure, and control channels for their cooperation. This solution enables the cost efficient provision of applications and the realization of important (technical and business) scenarios of the FI.
D9: Enhanced Privacy and Identity Management for Community Services – Demo of the PICOS project, Christian Kahl, Markus Tschersich, Katja Böttcher, Stephan Heim, Kai Rannenberg
As online communities get increasingly mobile, enabling new location based community services, including privacy and trust for their users gets more important. Within the PICOS project we investigated and elaborated innovative concepts to improve the privacy of users within mobile communities based on three exemplary communities. The demonstration provides an interactive demo of the PICOS prototyp applications.
D10: Future Internet Monitoring Platform for Computing Clouds, Stuart Clayman, Alex Galis, Giovanni Toffetti, Luis M. Vaquero, Benny Rochwerger, Philippe Massonet
RESERVOIR, a EU FP7 funded project and a NESSI strategic project, presents a monitoring platform enabling effective operation of service clouds. It is designed for monitoring resources and services in virtualized environments. It provides data on the actual usage and changes in resources of the cloud and of the services running in the cloud. RESERVOIR also presents an interactive demonstration to show the visitor how complex multi-tier applications can be securely deployed on a federated Cloud infrastructure.
D11: MASTER as a Security Management Tool for Policy Compliance, Gabriela Gheorghe, Bruno Crispo, Valentina Di Giacomo, Domenico Presenza
In this demonstration, we show the automatic monitoring of the traffic flowing in the ESB and the enforcement of usage control policies. We use a healthcare scenario and we show how master detects and reacts to compliance violation to this process.
D12: Environmental Service Infrastructure with Ontologies (ENVISION), Arne J. Berre, Dumitru Roman
This demo paper briefly introduces the need for an open environmental service infrastructure for monitoring, managing and reporting about our environment, highlights an emerging architecture (ENVISION architecture) of such an infrastructure and presents the components of this architecture which will be demoed.
D13: Automated Management of Network Experiments and User Behaviour Emulation on Large Scale Testbed Facilities, Steven Latre, Filip de Turck, Dimitri Papadimitriou, Piet Demeester
Setting up realistic network experiments on a physical testbed is a manual and time consuming task that includes the installation and configuration of dozens of servers and the emulation of realistic user behaviour. We demonstrate a management framework that automates these steps as much as possible. The demonstration will show the configuration of network experiments on the iLab.t Virtual Wall testbed facility, applied to a use case of the FP7 STREP ECODE project.
D14: MICIE: An Alerting Framework for Interdependent Critical Infrastructures, Paolo Capodieci, Michele Minichino, Stefano Panzieri, Marco Castrucci, Alessandro Neri, Leonid Lev, Paulo Simoes
MICIE is an EU research project that addresses the development of risk management tools for interdependent critical infrastructures (CIs). This exhibit will showcase the project vision and outcomes, focusing on three MICIE keystones: novel risk prediction tools; a platform for secure, real-time mediation of risk data between interdependent CIs; and the validation of this framework in reference scenarios. All these tools will provide CI operators with real-time risk assessment, based on the status of their own CI and interdependent CIs.
D15: Demonstration for the 3DLife Framework, Qianni Zhang, Ebroul Izquierdo
In this demonstration we present the framework integrating technologies developed in EU FP7 NoE project 3DLife – Bringing the Media Internet to Life. This framework is based on a distributed repository of software tools. This demonstration will be organised in four parts each showing one of the current four main modules in the framework.
D16: Spectrum Sharing in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: an FP7 CREW use Case, Stefan Bouckaert, Lieven Tytgat, Sofie Pollin, Peter Van Wesemael, Antoine Dejonghe, Ingrid Moerman, Piet Demeester
The main target of FP7-CREW (www.crew-project.eu) is to establish an open federated test platform, which facilitates experimentally-driven research on advanced spectrum sensing. During the demonstration, two parts of the CREW federation are shown: the IBBT heterogeneous ISM testbed for Wi-Fi and wireless sensor experiments, and the IMEC advanced spectrum sensing solution.
D17: Coverage and Capacity Optimization of Self-managed Future Internet Wireless Networks, Panagis Magdalinos, Dimitris Makris, Panagiotis Spapis, Christos Papazafeiropoulos, Apostolos Kousaridas, Makis Stamatelatos, Nancy Alonistioti
Future Internet network management systems are expected to incorporate self-x capabilities in order to tackle the increased management needs that cannot be addressed through human intervention. Towards this end, Self-NET developed a self-management framework based on the introduction of cognitive capabilities in network elements. In this presentation, the experimentation platform for “Coverage and Capacity Optimization of Self-managed Future Internet Wireless Network”, incorporating the self-management framework of Self-NET, is presented.
D18: OneLab: Developing Future Internet Testbeds, Serge Fdida, Timur Friedman, Sophia Mackeith
A demonstration of the OneLab offer, including the presentation of the facility’s three main testbeds: PlanetLab Europe, the NITOS wireless testbed and the ETOMIC measurement infrastructure. The demonstration will also include an introduction to the new monitoring tool portal supported by OneLab, T-Rex.
D19: Service Compositions for All, Nikolay Mehandjiev, Freddy Lecue, Usman Wajid, Georgia Kleanthous, Abdallah Namoune
We have developed a tool to allow users who are not programmers to assemble non trivial service compositions. The tool uses templates and background reasoning to reduce the mental efforts needed by users when they compose services. We will demonstrate the tool on a number of scenarios.
D20: REMICS- REuse and Migration of legacy applications to Interoperable Cloud Service, Arne J. Berre, Parastoo Mohagheghi
The main objective of the REMICS project is to specify, develop and evaluate a tool-supported model-driven methodology for migrating legacy applications to interoperable service cloud platforms. The demonstrations will show the support for two tasks in this migration: recovery process with the BLU AGE tool and the use of SoaML and forward engineering with the Modelio tool.
D21: Experimenting with Multipath TCP, Sébastien Barré, Olivier Bonaventure, Costin Raiciu, Mark Handley
Today, more and more devices support several technologies to access the Internet (3G, WiFi,…), but can use only one of them at a time. We propose a demonstration of Multipath TCP, a modification to the Linux implementation of the TCP protocol that allows efficiently using several paths through the Internet, without any change to the applications.
D22: Demonstration of the SmartLM License Management Technology for Distributed Computing Infrastructures, Wolfgang Ziegler, Angela Rumpl, Hassan Rasheed, Miriam Gozalo
We are demonstrating the use of license-protected applications with a new licesing technology that seamlessly works in local cluster environments as well as in Grid and Cloud environments. License as a Service is demonstrated and you can “see” how the license travels with the application to the respective execution environment. We present advanced features like using Service Level Agreements, informing the user about the estimated price beforehand, defining and avaluating budget limits.
D23: ecoBus – Mobile Environment Monitoring, Srdjan Krco, Jelena Vuckovic, Stevan Jokic
The ECOBUS, a smart city service for environment monitoring built according to the FP7 Senset Architecture Design is presented in the demo.
D24: Immersive Collaboration Environment, Maarten Dumont, Steven Maesen, Karel Frederix, Chris Raymaekers, Philippe Bekaert, Frank van Reeth
Our demo shows how to create an immersive virtual office, where people that are not co-located can meet. Three main different technologies, which are on itself novel, are integrated in order to form an office-of-the future setup. Firstly, users can collaborate by using a multitouch interface to exchange ideas. Secondly, free-viewpoint video allows users to have eye-gaze corrected face-to-face communication. Finally, a multiprojector system is used to realize an immersive feeling of working together. We show how the integration of these technologies allows for a more natural and immersive collaborative environment.
Demonstration Committee Chairs
Jennifer Pérez, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
Julien Vayssière, Smart Services CRC, Australia
Demonstration Committee Members
Claudio Bartolini, HP Labs, USA
Markus Brunner, NEC, Germany
Zeta Dooly, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Keith Duddy, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Alexander Gluhak, University of Surry, United Kingdom
Michael Goedicke, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Miguel Jimenez, Technical University of Madrid
André Ludwig, University of Leipzig, Germany
Norman May, SAP, Germany
Ingo Weber, UNSW, Australia
For additional information, consult with the demonstration chairs.