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FanTaaStic: Sustainable management of Future Internet testbed federations


The global trend of Future Internet related experimentally driven research has gained a strong momentum. In this context sustainability and the best use of developed infrastructures are highly critical. While many facilities have reached a level of maturity that allows them to be opened up to a wider use, mainly the academic sectors have been targeted. The Fanning out Testbeds-as-a-Service for the EIT ICT1 (FanTaaStic) project explores best practices, has performed a gap analysis, investigates applicable business models and works out a concept for the operation of a self-sustainable commercial testbed service offering. For defining the operational model, an analysis of available tools and frameworks from past and current Future Internet testbed projects is being carried out, based on a standard framework that defines the required processes and applications for the carrier grade operation of telecommunication infrastructures and provisioning of services. The business model is defined as a gradually growing service offering, based on categories of a framework for IT Service Management in federated e-infrastructures. The applicability of both, the developed business and operational model for such a sustainable federation will initially be implemented and evaluated in 2014.
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Alexander Willner, Stefan Albrecht, Stefan Covaci, Florian Schreiner, Thomas Magedanz, et al.. FanTaaStic: Sustainable management of Future Internet testbed federations. ManFI 2014 - The Sixth IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on Management of the Future Internet , May 2014, Kracow, Poland. pp.1-4, ⟨10.1109/NOMS.2014.6838379⟩. ⟨hal-01137984⟩
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