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e-Commerce e-Business e-Science
National e-Science Centre
Official Opening 25th April 2002
Dave Pearson
Oracle Corporation UK
Common Goals and Objectives
Expand
Reach
Business
Science
Wealth Creation
First to
Market
Improve
Efficiencies
Major Differences
Business
z
Inherently risk averse
z
Focused activities directly related to bottom line
z
Do things that are financially profitable
Science
z
Challenging problems
z
No guarantee of solution
z
Do things that are interesting
Common Challenges
z
Maximising available resources
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z
Integrating data, information, knowledge
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z
Duplicated, multiple representations
Questionable quality
Collaborative working
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z
Heterogeneous platforms
Distributed environment
Tightly coupled, stove-piped systems
Inconsistent function, process, and workflow
Subjective policies and practices
Reliable Quality of Service
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Limited resources
Unpredictable workloads
Expensive maintenance
Meeting the Challenges
z
Single source supplier
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z
Custom build
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z
Development/maintenance effort
Rapidly changing technology
Best of breed integration
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z
Supplier dependency for total solution
Generalised v specific solutions
Customisation
Multi-supplier relationships
Duplicate functionality and data
Optimisation
Configuration management
Common issues
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Cost of ownership
Inflexibility
Managing change
Web Services and The Grid
Why are web services different ?
z
Loose coupling & abstraction
z
Reuse
z
Extensibility & Flexibility
z
Context and meaning
What capability is still needed for Grid Services
z
Security
z
Session management & transactional coordination
z
Dependability
z
As well as standards, performance, scalability, …..
The Grid Vision
z
Virtual organisations
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z
Virtual applications
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z
Resource sharing
Collaborative working
Shared processes
Composable services
Dynamic workflow
New economic models
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Hosting
Service provision
Exchanges
A Grid Vision For Science
Intelligent
Interface
Cluster Operating
System
System Users
Supercomputing
Networking
Middleware
Jack Dongarra
Mass
Storage
Grid Benefits for Business
Types of Organisation
z
Science & technology based discovery
z
Engineering and manufacturing
z
Large Organisations with common business
infrastructure
z
Project based JVs
z
Start ups
z
Service providers
z
Small to medium sized enterprises
A Grid Vision For Business
Consumers
iTV
PC
Phone
PDA
Kiosk
Branch
Other
Partners
Branches
Suppliers
Service
Providers
Extended
Enterprise /
Community
of Interest
ERP
Legacy
Business Processes
Call
Centre
Information &
Knowledge
Operations
Finance
Sales &
Mktg
Supply
Customer
Chain
places
and
an
Process
order
over
Integration
the
WWW
Payment
Targeted
Stock
Order
Distributor
Customer
for
adjusted
authorised
advertising
new
included
profile
Notified
components
inupdated
legacy
inby
on
marketing
the
next
application
placed
Bank
visit
campaign
with
supplier
for similar goods
A Grid Vision for Industry
Geophysics
Surveys
Lines
Stacks
Picks
Models
Geology
Wells
Logs
Formations
Samples
Models
Drilling
Reservoir
Production
Wells
Casing
Tests
Equipment
Fields
Reservoirs
Models
Reserves
Flows
Volumes
Maintenance
Lines
Models
Models
Models
Information and Knowledge Value Chain
Management
Budgets
Plans
Projects
Reports
Models
A Grid Vision for Industry
Geophysics
Geology
Surveys
Lines
Stacks
Picks
Wells
Logs
Formations
Samples
Models
Models
Drilling
Reservoir
Production
Wells
Casing
Tests
Equipment
Fields
Reservoirs
Models
Reserves
Flows
Volumes
Maintenance
Lines
Models
Models
Models
Management
Budgets
Plans
Projects
Reports
Models
Complete Information and Knowledge Value Chain