As a sequence of the technical state of the art discussion during the WCN, the Cloudscape Brazil 2017 will be a forum for discussing cloud-friendly policy measures, ensuring safe and fair contracts and a level playing field for the supply side, as well as more informed consumer choices are essential to build trust in the cloud, with the aim of introducing a dialogue demonstrating how you can make the most out of adopting cloud computing. Cloudscape Brazil takes a practical look at some of the major challenges & requirements to the adoption of cloud computing, exploring pathways for closer collaboration between Brazil and Europe on issues of common interest.
EUBrasilCloudFORUM organizes the 4th edition of Cloudscape Brazil with the ambition to shape cloud developments in both Brazil and Europe by bringing insights into current market trends, challenges slowing down mainstream adoption of cloud services and best practices to address them. Further topics include: policy issues around taxation, bandwidth, energy pricing and data protection, which are slowing down cloud adoption in Brazil.
We wish to create a consolidated and continuous platform with Cloudscape Brazil that both promotes EU & BR excellence in the advances made in the area of cloud computing and its links with big data & IoT using cloud as an enabler, from a IaaS, SaaS & PaaS perspective, maturity in the delivery of common templates for Cloud SLAs, delivering novel tools to support EU & BR SMEs & Start-ups to use Cloud computing in a more efficient way, being given informed know-how around data protection, security & legal issues.
A special Interest Group on Cloud Computing
During these two days EUBrasilCloudFORUM team and the event delegates will interact with the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) to start a SIG (Special Interest Group) in Cloud Computing, formed by Brazilian academic experts to structure the evolution of this area within the research community in Brazil for the upcoming years. This SIG will also be responsible for organising future technical themed workshops to strengthen the collaboration between academia and industry.
A selection of relevant topics for ICT cooperation between Europe and Brazil
A call for papers has been launched at WCN on the latest challenges, technologies, solutions and techniques related to networking within the cloud and to the efficient and effective cloud deployment and hosting of the various emerging applications and services. In parallel, Cloudscape Brazil will collect a series of Position Papers bringing insights into current market trends, challenges slowing down mainstream adoption of cloud services and best practices to address them, including policy issues around taxation, bandwidth, energy pricing and data protection.
A White Paper for the EU-Brazil Policy Dialogue meeting on ICT in November, Brasília
EUBrasilCloudFORUM has the mandate from the EC and MCTI to support the EU-BR collaborative projects in the collection and promotion of their results and activities. The results will be used to draft a research Roadmap on cloud computing, identifying collaboration needs and opportunities between Europe and Brazil for the European Commission and to MCTI, thus contributing to the definition of future cooperation priorities between the two regions. The outcomes of the meeting will be submitted to the European Commission and to the MCTIC and used during the EU-Brazil Policy Dialogue.
Both WCN and Cloudscape Brazil are organized by EUBrasilCloudFORUM in the frame of the annual Conference of the Brazilian Computing Society (CSBC) 2017. The two events are jointly organized and the agendas complement with attention to research, industry and policy topics around cloud computing. Participation at both events is highly welcome. Be part of our working agenda and growing EU & BR cloud computing community, get involved.
EUBrasilCloudFORUM is the consolidated result of the efforts pooled together by representatives of the EU-Brazil Working Group set up at the EUBrazil workshop held in July 2014, in Brasilia. The project is going to contribute in a strategic way to the definition, scoping and creation of an EU-Brazil Open Science Cloud environment.
EUBrasilCloudFORUM is going to contribute in a strategic way to the definition, scoping and eventual creation of an EU-Brazil Open Science Cloud. The project will facilitate the establishment of an organisational cooperation model that enables the EU and Brazil to formulate and develop a common strategy and approach for Research & Innovation in Cloud Computing in line with the priorities of each region.
|08:30 - 08:45||Cloudscape Brazil & WCN Opening and welcome
Priscila Solis (University of Brasilia and EUBrasilCloudFORUM Brazilian coordinator, Brazil)
Welcome & perspective from the EC and MCTI
Lisandro Zambenedetti Granville (President of Brazilian Computing Society and an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the Institute of Informatics of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil)
Wanderson Paim de Jesus (R&D project manager at the Brazilian National Research and Education Network)
|08:45 - 09:00||Keynote
Setting ICT priorities for Europe and Brazil 2018-2020
Pearse O'Donohue (Acting Director for Future Networks and Head of Unit for Cloud & Software at DG CONNECT, European Commission)
|09:15 - 09:30||EU-Brazil Strategic assets: a tour of the EUBrasilCloudFORUM Marketplace
Antônio Augusto Fröhlich (Federal University of Santa Catarina)
Brazil participation in the EU’s H2020
Carlos Oliveira (Chief of the Information Technology Department at the European Delegation to Brasilia)
|09:30 - 10:30||Session 1: An intercontinental resource pool for trustworthy cloud services and stories of adoption
Driving innovation for massively connected societies with EUBra-BIGSEA technology in Brazilian and European cities
Ignacio Blanquer (Professor of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain)
New exascale HPC techniques to energy industry simulations
Alvaro Coutinho (Professor of UFRJ, Brazil, and HPC4E coordinator, Brazil)
Novel big-data applications that using sensitive data in the cloud
Andrey Brito (Professor of the Federal University of Campina Grande, Brazil, and SecureCloud coordinator, Brazil)
FIBRE testbed research legacy supporting next generation of Brazilian scientists
Leandro Ciuffo (R&D Manager at RNP, Brazil)
|10:30 - 11:00||Coffee Break|
|11:00 - 12:00||Session 2: Towards 2020: common priorities and challenges for the future of EU-Brazil Collaborative research
Cloud & software for Research in Brazil and in the Europea Union
José Luiz Ribeiro Filho (Director of Services and Solutions of the Brazilian National Education and Research Network, Brazil)
Research and innovation needs in H2020 in the areas of Data Protection, Security and Privacy in the Cloud
Nicola Franchetto (Senior Associate of ICT Legal Consulting & member of the DPSP European Cluster)
Cloud for HPC
Philippe O.A. Navaux (professor at the Universidade Federal of Rio Grande do Sul and Computer Science Area Director of CAPES)
The European cyber security cPPP strategic research & innovation agenda
Fabio Martinelli (CNR, National Research Council of Italy, representing the NECS project)
Data security in the cloud era
Flávio Lenz Cesar (Special Minister Counselor, Ministry of Communications, Brazil)
|12:00 - 13:00||
Session 3: From Europe to Brazil: Free tools and services for easier cloud adoption
CloudTeams – Collaborative Software Development Framework based on Trusted, Secure Cloud-based Pool of Users
Clemens Putschli (Fraunhofer FIT and CloudTeams project, Germany)
Enterprise multi-cloud powered by Melodic: calculate the best multi-cloud options for an application
Szymon Błaszczyk (7bulls and Melodic project, Poland)
An in-house flexible web-based platform for analysing, managing and publishing social media and audiovisual content
Alexandru Stan (R&D and Innovation Manager at IN2 search interfaces development Ltd, UK)
From research to market: USTORE distributed cloud computing platform
Rodrigo Assad (Chief Nerd Officer at Usto.re, Brazil)
WisoApp cloud platform for geolocated content management by retail stores
Guilherme J. G. Sousa (Research Coordinator at SInteliCom)
Mobb: providing Mobile Commerce ready-to-go apps
Breno Leoni Ebeling (LemoBB), Ognjen Prnjet (European and Regional e-Infrastructure Manager in the Greek Research and Technology Network)
Wrap-up and conclusions
|13:00 - 14:30||Lunch|
|14:30 - 16:30||SECOMU (Joint with the CSBC 2017 Conference)|
|16:30 - 17:00||Coffee Break|
|17:00 - 18:30||Pitch session with European and Brazilians SMEs and Startups|
|18:30 - 19:15||EUBrasilCloudFORUM working meeting with the Advisory Board|
|19:00||Cocktail & Networking Event at Hotel Tryp Higienópolis|
EUBrasilCloudFORUM marketplace is a practical, online tool - the place-to-go for public and private stakeholders interested in promoting collaborative initiatives on cloud computing, find information on current and past research and innovation initiatives, get in touch with stakeholders, access technology assets and new knowledge coming from EU-Brazil collaborative work. The tool will therefore be key to facilitating collaboration in cloud computing between industry professionals, academia and policy makers across Europe and in Brazil.
Antônio Augusto Fröhlich: Federal University of Santa Catarina
What services, tools and software components have come from past funded EU-Brazil collaborative research projects so far?
The session is all about showcasing results and assets from joint EU-Brazil research and innovation initiatives. Coordinators and end-users from current projects will not only showcase innovations in cloud computing and big data services, but also zoom in on experiences and new knowledge creation over the past few years to help measure the impact of international co-operation so far. The session also includes discussions on bilateral initiatives between Europe and Brazil and what we might or should see in the years to come.
This session revolves around Cloud & software, the data economy, cyber security, IoT and 5G as key technology building blocks for the digital economy and society. Brazilian and European experts share insights on the challenges and priorities of common interest as forthcoming EU-Brazil collaborative calls approach.
Marco Vieira: University of Coimbra, EUBrasilCloudFORUM European Coordinator
Cloud computing is a key enabler for emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things and Data Science. It is continuously driving the vast spectrum of both current and emerging applications, products, and services. Mobile phones and tablets are now used more than desktops to access Internet as business and habits change. SMEs are adapting to this new reality. Cloud services are providing amazing opportunities for and giving the opportunity for businesses to be agile allowing them to adapt business plans to changing circumstances. This session showcases secure and interoperable services which can improve the lives of SMEs. From services to understand cloud contracts and actually write SLAs to solutions to helping bring together developers and users in a collaborative environment.
Nick Ferguson: Trust-IT Services and CloudWATCH2 Coordinator
The Cloudscape Brazil networking session is the perfect place for maxmising visibility with a European audience and engage with potential partners. Pitch your company's story, services and objectives to a global audience of research analysts, industry representatives, SMEs, start-ups and policy makers from Europe and Brazil and reserve your place in EUBrasilCloudFORUM marketplace. Reserve your place, submit your demo or write us at email@example.com