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GÉANT : Performance et innovation au service de la communauté ESR Sabine Jaume-Rajaonia GN GÉANT : Performance et innovation au service de la communauté ESR Sabine Jaume-Rajaonia GN 3 EXEC member RENATER- Directrice des relations extérieures Jean Paul Le Guigner JRES - 22 novembre 2011 connect • communicate • collaborate

GÉANT est incontournable! “Without GÉANT a significant bulk of pan. European research cooperation would GÉANT est incontournable! “Without GÉANT a significant bulk of pan. European research cooperation would simply not function. GÉANT is a critical infrastructure for many projects*. ” * Source: European Commission (2010): The Role of e-Infrastructures in the Creation of Global Virtual Research Communities. Final Study Report. connect • communicate • collaborate

Définition de GÉANT Un réseau pan-Européen – GÉANT interconnecte tous les pays membres de Définition de GÉANT Un réseau pan-Européen – GÉANT interconnecte tous les pays membres de l’UE et quelques autres via leur réseau national pour la Recherche et l’Enseignement (NRENs). NREN et GEANT fournissent ensemble un réseau haut débit pour les enseignants, les chercheurs, les étudiants Un projet centré sur l’utilisateur – le projet GN 3 est découpé en “work packages” qui comprennent le developpement et la mise en oeuvre opérationnelle de services avancés adaptés aux besoins des utilisateurs. Un élément fondamental de la construction de l’European Research Area et de la stratégie européenne : pour une recherche “sans frontières” GÉANT est co-financé par les NRENs et la Commission Européenne à travers le 7 ième PCRD (FP 7). connect • communicate • collaborate

Retour sur une “Success Story” 2000 -2004: GN 1 Project GÉANT Network 2004 -2009: Retour sur une “Success Story” 2000 -2004: GN 1 Project GÉANT Network 2004 -2009: GN 2 Project GÉANT 2 Network Other Services Joint Research Activities Networking Activities 2009 -2013: GN 3 Project GÉANT Network Wider Range of Services Joint Research Activities Networking Activities connect • communicate • collaborate

Qui participe à GÉANT? Les partenaires de GÉANT sont 32 NRENs européens (40 pays) Qui participe à GÉANT? Les partenaires de GÉANT sont 32 NRENs européens (40 pays) , TERENA et DANTE. connect • communicate • collaborate

DANTE et TERENA DANTE (Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe) : Société à DANTE et TERENA DANTE (Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe) : Société à but non lucratif de droit UK, dont les actionnaires sont les NRENs. Gestionnaire du projet GN 3. RENATER est actionnaire de DANTE TERENA (Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association): Association des NRENs européens, forum d’échange entre NRENs pour promouvoir les « best practices » , l’innovation etc. . RENATER est membre de TERENA connect • communicate • collaborate

Qui utilise GÉANT? Plus de 40 millions de chercheurs et d’étudiants sont connectés à Qui utilise GÉANT? Plus de 40 millions de chercheurs et d’étudiants sont connectés à GÉANT via leur NREN, + 8000 institutions Projets de recherche : physique des hautes énergies, radio astronomie, biomedical, sciences sociales, arts & culture, …. Universités, organismes de recherche, musées, bibliothèques “The EBI would not exist without GÉANT, because our primary goal is to collect and distribute biological data… without GÉANT we could not do that. ” - Professor Janet Thornton, Director of EMBL-EBI and Coordinator of ELIXIR connect • communicate • collaborate

Le réseau : Flexibilité, fiabilité et haut débit • Vitesse de transfert de données Le réseau : Flexibilité, fiabilité et haut débit • Vitesse de transfert de données jusqu’à 20 Gbps à travers 50, 000 km d’infrastructure réseau • 25 Points de Presence, 44 routes et 18 routes en fibre noire • Réseau Hybride • GÉANT IP: packet routed • GÉANT Plus: switched point-topoint circuits GÉANT Lambda: dedicated wavelengths • connect • communicate • collaborate

Au delà de l’Europe “The Global Research Village” GÉANT connects to international networks enabling Au delà de l’Europe “The Global Research Village” GÉANT connects to international networks enabling researchers and students to collaborate on a global scale. connect • communicate • collaborate

GN 3 : un projet à orchestrer Un projet de 45 M€ /an co-financé GN 3 : un projet à orchestrer Un projet de 45 M€ /an co-financé par la Commission Européenne et les NRENs européens + de 400 personnes participent à GN 3 (env. 140 ETPs) Participants de toutes nationalités activités de Recherche + Services + Etudes + Dissémination Résultats : au bout de 2 ans ( à mi- parcours) 59 Deliverables et 74 Milestones connect • communicate • collaborate

Promote, Liaise & Study Explore & Develop Future Network Project Management Coordinate Administrate NA Promote, Liaise & Study Explore & Develop Future Network Project Management Coordinate Administrate NA 1 Manage NA 2 Promote JRA 1 Innovations in network design Implication de. Create & Operate RENATER dans les Services activités Backbone & SA 2 T 3 (Perf. SONAR) SA 3 T 2 (Edu. Roam Ops) (*) JRA 1 T 2 (Photonics) (*) JRA 1 T 4 (Virtual°) Global Links SA 1 Cost Shared Common NREN Network (*) JRA 2 T 3 (Adv. Monit. ) NA 4 Liaise NA 3 Study MD service research JRA 2 Control and management JRA 2 T 4 (Security) JRA 3 T 2 (Identity Fed. ) Virtual Organizations SA 3 T 3 (Edu. GAIN) NA 1 (Mgt) Composable Services SA 2 Services to Institutions Roaming & Identity Access Control Identity JRA 3 Multi Domain Connectivity SA 3 Software Governance SA 4 Development Environment Services to Individual End Users

Une Gouvernance complexe NREN Policy Committee Executive Committee (EXEC) Supervisory Cttees Project Managers SA Une Gouvernance complexe NREN Policy Committee Executive Committee (EXEC) Supervisory Cttees Project Managers SA 1 SA 2 SA 3 SA 4 JRA 1 JRA 2 JRA 3 Project Office NA 2 Activity Leaders NA 3 NA 4 Innovation Quality assurance Network arch. Coordinator functions: Technical, Services, Security, Standards, IPR Project Management Team connect • communicate • collaborate

Les Services connect • communicate • collaborate Les Services connect • communicate • collaborate

GÉANT : un portefeuille de Services edu. PERT edu. CONF Perf. SONAR edu. GAIN GÉANT : un portefeuille de Services edu. PERT edu. CONF Perf. SONAR edu. GAIN edu. PKI GÉANT services (IP+ Lambda) Multi domain services (Bo. D etc) edu. ROAM connect • communicate • collaborate

Service Portfolio: Backbone Connectivity Services GÉANT IP GÉANT Plus GÉANT Lambda connect • communicate Service Portfolio: Backbone Connectivity Services GÉANT IP GÉANT Plus GÉANT Lambda connect • communicate • collaborate

Service Portfolio: Multi-Domain Services perf. SONAR MDM (phase pilote) edu. PERT Multi-domain security service Service Portfolio: Multi-Domain Services perf. SONAR MDM (phase pilote) edu. PERT Multi-domain security service Multi-Domain Bo. D (phase pilote) Multi-Domain Lambda (phase pilote) Multi Domain tools : auto. BAHN, I-SHARE, c. NIS connect • communicate • collaborate

Service Portfolio: MD End User Services eduroam edu. PKI educonf edu. GAIN connect • Service Portfolio: MD End User Services eduroam edu. PKI educonf edu. GAIN connect • communicate • collaborate

Year 2: Achievements The GÉANT edu. PKI service En production depuis mars 2011 Le Year 2: Achievements The GÉANT edu. PKI service En production depuis mars 2011 Le service a démarré avec l’“eduroam Trust Profile”, développé en coordination avec JRA 3 -T 1 et SA 3 -T 2 Discussions en cours avec d’autres groupes potentiels d’utilisateurs au sein de GÉANT, (SA 2 et SA 3 -T 3) Démarrage du service très encourageant! connect • communicate • collaborate

Year 2: Achievements The GÉANT eduroam service Tous les partenaires de GÉANT ont accès Year 2: Achievements The GÉANT eduroam service Tous les partenaires de GÉANT ont accès au service et ont signé la “policy” Service qui se développe très rapidement (x 3 /an) Aide au développement et à la prise en main du service dans les régions à l’Est de l’Europe, en Amérique Latine et Afrique. connect • communicate • collaborate

Year 2: Achievements The GÉANT edu. GAIN service En production depuis avril 2011 Service Year 2: Achievements The GÉANT edu. GAIN service En production depuis avril 2011 Service pilote mené avec 13 pays en Europe et 19 fédérations d’identité Fort intérêt pour ce service dans la communauté et croissance prévue. Un Id. P GÉANT est disponible pour les utilisateurs dont le NREN n’a pas encore de fédération. Des NRENs hors de GÉANT ont manifesté leur intérêt pour ce service. connect • communicate • collaborate

Year 2: Achievements The GÉANT edu. CONF Business Case Cette activité a été proposée Year 2: Achievements The GÉANT edu. CONF Business Case Cette activité a été proposée en janvier 2010 : service de visioconférence. Création d’une nouvelle “task” edu. CONF pour établir un “Business Case” du service. Le Business Case a été approuvé en mars 2011 : et un service est en cours d’élaboration en Y 3. connect • communicate • collaborate

Et après GN 3? Intervention de Jean Luc Dorel, Commission Européenne connect • communicate Et après GN 3? Intervention de Jean Luc Dorel, Commission Européenne connect • communicate • collaborate

GÉANT & e-Infrastructures: état des lieux Journées Réseaux 2011 Toulouse, 22 Novembre 2011 Jean-Luc GÉANT & e-Infrastructures: état des lieux Journées Réseaux 2011 Toulouse, 22 Novembre 2011 Jean-Luc Dorel Commission Européenne, DG INFSO Géant et e-Infrastructures • • • 23

GÉANT & e-Infrastructures: état des lieux Cadre Financier pluriannuel Ø “Horizon 2020” Ø CEF GÉANT & e-Infrastructures: état des lieux Cadre Financier pluriannuel Ø “Horizon 2020” Ø CEF e-Infrastructures Ø Groupe d’experts GÉANT (GEG) Conclusions • • • 24

Multiannual Financial Framework 2014 -2020 (MFF) – 29/06/2011 • Smart and Inclusive Growth - Multiannual Financial Framework 2014 -2020 (MFF) – 29/06/2011 • Smart and Inclusive Growth - 47. 89% – Economic, Social and Territorial Cohesion - 36. 68% • • Cohesion policy - 32. 78% Connecting Europe Facility - 3. 90% – CSF research and innovation - 7. 80% – Others - 3. 40% • Sustainable Growth: Natural Resources - 37. 36% – CAP (direct payments + market expenditure) - 27. 50% – Rural development - 8. 77% – Others - 1. 09% • • • Security and citizenship - 1. 81% Global Europe - 6. 83% Administration - 6. 11% • • • 25

Significant re-distribution in key policy areas • • • 26 Significant re-distribution in key policy areas • • • 26

Common Strategic Framework Europe 2020 priorities architecture International cooperation European Research Area Shared objectives Common Strategic Framework Europe 2020 priorities architecture International cooperation European Research Area Shared objectives and principles Creating Industrial Leadership and Competitive Frameworks Tackling Societal Challenges - Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security and the bio-based economy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Supply of raw materials Resource efficiency and climate action Inclusive, innovative and secure societies - Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies - ICT - Nanotech. , Materials, Manuf. and Processing - Biotechnology - Space - Access to risk finance - Innovation in SMEs Excellence in the Science Base Simplified access - Frontier research (ERC) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Skills and career development (Marie Curie) Research infrastructures Dissemination & knowledge transfer Common rules, toolkit of funding schemes • • • 27

CSF - HORIZON 2020 Forthcoming steps • 30 November 2011 – EC adoption of CSF - HORIZON 2020 Forthcoming steps • 30 November 2011 – EC adoption of Horizon 2020 draft legislative proposal • 5 December – 1 st Innovation Convention • 6 December – Presentation to the Competiveness Council • • • 28

Connecting Europe Facility • Infrastructure spending declining – …whereas investment in infrastructure stimulates growth Connecting Europe Facility • Infrastructure spending declining – …whereas investment in infrastructure stimulates growth • To promote the completion of EU single market – "transport core network“ (EUR 21, 7 B + 10 B from cohesion) – "energy priority corridors" (9, 1 B) – and key digital infrastructure (9, 2 B) • Total budget: EUR 50 billion • • • 29

Connecting Europe Facility • Common legislative basis – Unified view, flexibility – CEF Regulation Connecting Europe Facility • Common legislative basis – Unified view, flexibility – CEF Regulation proposal COM(2011) 665 – …completed by guidelines per area • Combine market-based instruments and EU direct support – Role of EIB, Project Bonds • • • 30

CEF: Telecom / Digital Infrastructures (from Guidelines, COM(2011) 657/3) – Broadband networks • Deployment CEF: Telecom / Digital Infrastructures (from Guidelines, COM(2011) 657/3) – Broadband networks • Deployment of passive and active physical infrastructure, associated facilities and services • Driven by Digital Agenda objectives for 30/100 Mb/s • Up to 270 B investment required by 2020! – Financial instruments – Digital Service infrastructures • Core service platforms + generic services • Remove bottlenecks for single market, economies of • • • 31 scale

Mutual reinforcement approach 1. Broadband networks roll-out 2. Enhanced supply of broadband - Financing Mutual reinforcement approach 1. Broadband networks roll-out 2. Enhanced supply of broadband - Financing deployment of broadband networks trough CEF 4. Enhance demand for broadband - Creating critical mass and potential markets for applications 3. Development of digital services - Enhanced supply of digital services will create foster new applications that will in turn need more bandwidth - Digital services deployed by the CEF act as European public goods (core layers) • • • 32

Trans-European high-speed backbone connections for public administrations “A public trans-European backbone service infrastructure will Trans-European high-speed backbone connections for public administrations “A public trans-European backbone service infrastructure will provide very high speed and connectivity between public institutions of the EU in areas such as public administration, culture, education and health. ” “ Core service platform… In particular it will provide connectivity for other trans-European services inter alia those mentioned in this Annex. This infrastructure will be fully integrated in the Internet as a key capacity for trans-European public service and will support the adoption of emerging standards (IPv 6)” “The integration of the core platform into the European public services will be facilitated by the deployment of generic services: authorisation, authentication, inter-domain security and bandwidth on demand, federation of services, mobility management, quality control and performance control, integration of national infrastructures. Interoperable 'cloud computing' …” See: http: //ec. europa. eu/budget/reform/commission-proposals-for-the-multiannual-financial-framework-20142020/index_en. htm • • • 33

GÉANT Expert Group (GEG) Provide a 2020 vision and recommendations for European Research and GÉANT Expert Group (GEG) Provide a 2020 vision and recommendations for European Research and Education Networking Composition: Ziga Turk (Chair) Arnd Bode, Vassilis Maglaris, Dorte Olesen, Roberto Saracco, Peter Tindemans, Pedro Veiga Interviews with stakeholders: Dante, Surfnet, DFN, Bavarian CIO, Terena, Janet, Internet 2, CERN, EBI, JIVE, CLAREN, Alcatel-Lucent, Level 3, ETNO, Elsevier, Nordunet, e-IRG, … Presentation of Report to VP Kroes on 4 October 2011 • • • 34

GÉANT 2020 as Commons is what we share • “Creations […] that belong to GÉANT 2020 as Commons is what we share • “Creations […] that belong to all of us equally, and should be preserved and maintained” onthecommons. org/comm ons-glossary • “resources that are collectively owned or shared between or among populations” en. wikipedia. org/wiki/The _commons “GÉANT 2020” is the European communications commons where talent anywhere is able to collaborate with their peers around the world and to have instantaneous and unlimited access to any resource for knowledge creation, innovation and learning, unconstrained by the barriers of the pre-digital world. • • • 35

GÉANT 2020 for Talent • talent as ultimate economic resource • talent anywhere, talent GÉANT 2020 for Talent • talent as ultimate economic resource • talent anywhere, talent from anywhere – “GÉANT 2020 is rooted in values of equality, solidarity and freedom which are held in high regard by Europeans”. • globally around the world “GÉANT 2020” is the European communications commons where talent anywhere is able to collaborate with their peers around the world and to have instantaneous and unlimited access to any resource for knowledge creation, innovation and learning, unconstrained by the barriers of the pre-digital world. • • • 36

GÉANT 2020 for knowledge creation, innovation and learning • • a common enabling infrastructure GÉANT 2020 for knowledge creation, innovation and learning • • a common enabling infrastructure for European research and education a collaboration platform for knowledge communities an environment for knowledge creation, innovation and learning a transformative digital ecosystem “GÉANT 2020” is the European communications commons where talent anywhere is able to collaborate with their peers around the world and to have instantaneous and unlimited access to any resource for knowledge creation, innovation and learning, unconstrained by the barriers of the pre-digital world. • • • 37

GÉANT 2020 Unconstrained by the past • because Internet changes everything! “GÉANT 2020” is GÉANT 2020 Unconstrained by the past • because Internet changes everything! “GÉANT 2020” is the European communications commons where talent anywhere is able to collaborate with their peers around the world and to have instantaneous and unlimited access to any resource for knowledge creation, innovation and learning, unconstrained by the barriers of the pre-digital world • • • 38

Goals fulfilling the vision Support knowledge communities by providing world-class connectivity and services Support Goals fulfilling the vision Support knowledge communities by providing world-class connectivity and services Support the growth of these communities, in both breadth and depth within Europe, and opening up to talent beyond Europe’s borders Push the state-of-the-art of the communications commons by constant innovation and by translating this innovation into a competitive European ICT sector Reorganize to cope with the constantly changing environmenthttp: //cordis. europa. eu/fp 7/ict/e-infrastructure/docs/geg-report. pdf

e-Infrastructures Vision empower research communities through ubiquitous, trusted and easy access to services for e-Infrastructures Vision empower research communities through ubiquitous, trusted and easy access to services for data, computation, communication and collaborative work Sharing and federating scientific data Sharing computers, software and instruments Linking at the speed of the light. . . . Scientific facilities, research communities • • • 40

Pistes à suivre • Valeur ajoutée: – NREN/GÉANT comme intermédiaire entre utilisateurs et contenus Pistes à suivre • Valeur ajoutée: – NREN/GÉANT comme intermédiaire entre utilisateurs et contenus (logiciel, service web, données, publications. . ) – Convergence réseaux/centre de calcul: opportunité? – Pionnier de l’internet – Faire (faire) vs intégrer vs acheter clés en main – Ouverture (internet du future, industrie, université) • Infrastructure critique pour les services publiques – Souveraineté, sécurité, architecture non-contrainte, redondante – Rationalisation de l’investissement publique en temps de crise; synergie NREN/Services publiques – Création d’un marché, bénéfice pour les plus petits • • • 41

Thank you! • • • 42 Thank you! • • • 42