We present the goals, development and results of the SmartSDK project, a FIWARE initiative that aims to create a sustainable FIWARE ecosystem between Europe and Mexico by leveraging on existing FIWARE outcomes and building reference standards for common challenges, providing ready-to-use bundles to simplify the creation of Smart Software Services.
The EC FP7/FIRE STREP project NOVI - Network Innovation over Virtualized Infrastructures - explores efficient approaches to compose virtualized e-Infrastructures towards a holistic Future Internet (FI) cloud service. Resources belonging to various levels, i.e. networking, storage and processing are in principle managed by separate yet inter-working providers. In this ecosystem NOVI aspires to develop and validate methods, information systems and algorithms that will provide users with isolated slices, baskets of resources and services drawn from federated infrastructures. Experimental research accomplished thus far concludes the first phase of NOVI, with early prototypes of semantic-aware advanced control & management plane components being deployed and tested. The NOVI testing environment is based on combining PlanetLab and FEDERICA, two dissimilar virtualized experimental infrastructures with attributes widely anticipated in a FI cloud. This federated testbed is stitched at the data plane via the NSwitch, a distributed virtual switch developed within NOVI.
This paper is based on a services and technologies Roadmap produced by the NGN Initiative (NGN-I) project1 within the European Union’s 5th Framework Programme IST (Information Society Technologies). It includes not only issues concerning technological evolution, but also highlights the more interactive way that the actors will communicate with each other in the future, and the types of end-user interaction.
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