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Informative Package on Runninga FIWARE Lab NodeCHOICE 6th November 2015Federico M. Facca@chicco785 – [email protected]

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FIWARE OFFER

“With FIWARE, you don’t have to worry about fixing basic problemsthat others have already solved, but can focus on developing the

specifics of your bright idea.”Neelie Kroes, Former Vice-President of the European Commission

“The Generic Enablers and FIWARE Lab supportand add value to our entire infrastructure.”

Christoph Müller-Dechent, CEO of FoodLoop

“FIWARE is about lowering the barriers to innovation”Juan José Hierro, FIWARE Coordinator and Chief Architect

"FIWARE is going to have a very important role. It is going to provide all companies with a common platform so we develop solutions all across

Europe and, hopefully, all across the world"Víctor Calvo-Sotelo, Spanish Secretary of State of

Telecommunications & Information Society

THE OPEN PLATFORMFOR THEFUTURE INTERNET

WHAT DOES FIWARE OFFER?

FIWARE assembles a set of building blocks that ease creation of smart Internet Applications. These blocks are called Generic Enablers and are ready available and ready to use. They offer reusable and common shared functions serving multiple use cases in various sectors

GENERIC ENABLERS1The FIWARE Lab is an example of FIWARE instance available as a free

experimentation environment where developers can build their applications using available FIWARE GEri instances, or dedicated instances they can deploy on their own. It not only allows them to experiment with FIWARE technologies,

but test and showcase their applications with real data and users, making it easier to catch the attention of potential customers and investors.

FIWARE Lab 2

FIWARE Ops is the suite of tools that will ease creation and operation of FIWARE instances based on the federation of

FIWARE nodes. It has been used to build and to support the expansion of the FIWARE Lab worldwide.

FIWARE Operations 34 FIWARE AcademyThe FIWARE eLearning Platform is a good place to start. Here you will find webcasts, tutorials and other training material about FIWAREGeneric Enablers.

Cloud

IoT

Data/Media ContextManagement

AdvancedWeb-based UI

Apps/DataDelivery

Security

Advanced middlewareand Interfaces to Networksand Devices

5 FUNDING AND MENTORINGThe FIWARE Accelerator Programme, co-funded by the European Commission, provides mentoring and distributes a total amount of 80 million euros among the most innovative and with higher potential SMEs projects!

80MILLION EUROS

1.000 to 2.000Companies

funded

The open serviceplatform

Direct Funding(grant)

Mentoring Coaching Support Networking

But FIWARE is only the first step to the future of your project, we need you to join us and be part of the new digital revolution

that is coming! Welcome to FIWARE, welcome to progress.

Same as in early 90s, the Web lead to the so called e-Business transformation, a new digital revolution is now taking place that will lead to a new generation of context-aware applications hostedon the Cloud, connected to the Internet of Things and capable of processing BigData and Media Content atlarge scale

Businesses and organizations longing to stay in the limelight must now get on board this train or they will inevitably run out of business, substituted by those who did grasp this opportunity in a global competitive market. And it is in that context that FIWARE is framed, easing existing businesses and organizations as well as entrepreneurs to capture the wave.

FIWARE is an open platform that offers a rich library of components to build and manage innovative apps and services upon an enhanced OpenStack cloud. It provides open APIs with open source reference implementations that ease the creation of complex processes, such as connection to the Internet of Things or handling large amounts of data.Its architecture is aimed at making projects created in a cost effective way, with security guarantees and quality of service. fiware.org ops.fiware.orglab.fiware.org

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FIWARE Lab nodes16 FIWARE Lab Nodes• Currently 16 nodes in Europe providing up

to 3000+ cores, 6TB+ Ram, 750TB+ HD

• 1 node in Mexico providing 1200+ cores

• 1 node in Brazil is being deployed in these days

…and more to follow!• Discussions with several European

regions and with Brazil and Chile already started

• Discussions with other regions and countries with high potential

• Open Call deadline on 16th November

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FIWARE Lab Relevance• Top 30% of OpenStack deployments in term of size!

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FIWARE Lab node Categories

Full node• Part of FIWARE Programme• High capacity• Commercial grade SLA• Open to all users

Associate node• Not part of FIWARE Programme• Small Capacity• Best effort SLA• (May be) Restricted to some users

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FIWARE Lab Open Call• Target: Full nodes joining the Lab and committing to launch a

commercial offer before March 2016

• Duration: 1st December 2015 (approx.) – 31st December 2016

• Rules: as by FP7

• Modalities– Option 1 (250,000€): Full Node with Level 1 support and Level 2 for

OpenStack– Option 2 (325.000€): Full Node with Level 1 and Level 2 for GEs

• Deadline: 16th November 17.00

• More information– https://www.fiware.org/fiware-lab-open-call-2015/

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General requirements• FIWARE Lab nodes are OpenStack clouds that

– Connect to the FIWARE Lab IDM service– Adopt FIWARE Lab monitoring stack– Pass FIWARE Lab Health Checks– Host FIWARE GE Images

• Provide a support team in charge of helping users

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Required capacityAssociated Nodes Full Nodes

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Required capacity

• Compute capacity– At least 100 CPU physical

cores (core types: Intel VT-x or AMD AMD-v)

– RAM 2 GB x Core– HD 20 GB x Core

• 1 cloud controller– 8 Cores and 32 GB Ram, 2 TB

HD• Network Capacity

– 100 Mbps connectivity for the backbone;

– 100 Mbps Internet connectivity for end-users;

– Firewall to ensure security;– 128+ Public IPs available for

assignment

• Compute capacity– At least 200 CPU physical

cores (core types: Intel VT-x or AMD AMD-v)

– RAM 2 GB x Core– HD 20 GB x Core

• 3 cloud controller2– 8 Cores and 32 GB Ram, 2 TB

HD• Network Capacity

– 1 Gbps connectivity for the backbone;

– 100 Mbps Internet connectivity for end-users;

– Firewall to ensure security;– 128+ Public IPs available for

assignment

Associated Nodes Full Nodes

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Required SLAAssociated Nodes Full Nodes

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Required SLA

• Best Effort • FIWARE Lab services availability on the node >95%

• Level 1 and Level 2 support, Mon to Fri, 9 am to 5 pm CET

• Ticket response time EOB of the following work day for 95%

• Ticket resolution within 2 work days for 95%

Associated Nodes Full Nodes

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CAPEX EstimationHardware role Characteristics Cost Quantity Total costAssociated Node (100 users)Controller server 1 CPU with 8 Cores, 32 GB Ram, 2TB HD

(e.g. Dell PowerEdge R415)3.000€ 1 3.000€

Compute server 2 CPU with 16 Cores, 64 GB Ram, 640 GB HD (e.g. Dell PowerEdge R360)

6.000€ 3 18.000€

Switch (e.g. Dell Networking N1524 Switch) 1.000€ 1 1.000€

Firewall 1 Gbps bandwidth (e.g. Sonicwall NSA 250)

1.500€ 1 1.500€

Total 23.500€Full Node (200+ users)Controller server 1 CPU with 8 Cores, 32 GB Ram, 2TB HD

(e.g. Dell PowerEdge R415)3.000€ 3 9.000€

Compute server 2 CPU with 16 Cores, 64 GB Ram, 640 GB HD (e.g. Dell PowerEdge R360)

6.000€ 6 36.000€

Switch (e.g. Dell Networking N1524 Switch) 1.000€ 1 1.000€

Firewall 1 Gbps bandwidth (e.g. Sonicwall NSA 250)

1.500€ 1 1.500€

Total 47.500€Costs do not include VAT since it depends on each country

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OPEX Estimation

• Costs presented are an indicative average (salaries and taxation are different in each country)

• System admin salary costs: based on a European average of 45000 €yearly salary

• Maintenance: 10% of the total hardware budget per year• Site facilities (air-conditioning, rent, connectivity …) was extrapolated

from one site, based on 250€ per compute core per year• Power consumption was assumed to be 1kW per hour per server at a cost

of 0.12€ and 24/7 operation

Cost category Cost/y Quantity Total costAssociated Node (100 users)System administrator 45.000€ 0,5 PPY 22.500€Maintenance cost 2.350€ 1 Y 2.350€Facility cost (e.g. data centre space rental, connectivity) 25.000€ 1 Y 25.000€Power 4.204€ 1 Y 4.204€Total 54.054€Full Node (200+ users)System administrator 45.000€ 1,8 PPY 81.000€Maintenance cost 2.350€ 1 Y 4.750€Facility cost (e.g. data centre space rental, connectivity) 50.000€ 1 Y 50.000€Power 9.460€ 1 Y 9.460€Total 145.210€

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More information

• FIWARE Lab Node Handbook

• FIWARE Catalogue

• FIWARE Cloud Hosting Chapter

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