1 Global Cloud Services In Higher Educa7on: Developing, Deploying and Enhancing through Community Collabora8on A TERENA Panel Discussion with members of the Global Cloud Services working Group June 2013 June 4: 13:00
2 Who is the Global Cloud Working Group? Volunteer Charter Member NREN s represen7ng Europe, Americas, and Asia Pacific Mary Fleming (AARNET) Harry Sharma (CANARIE) Jay Black (CUCCIO Canada) Carlos Casusus (CUDI) Erik- Jan Bos (Internet2) Shel Waggener (Internet2) Dan Perry (Janet) Jorgen Qvist (NORDUnet) Steve CoWer (REANNZ) Jan Bakker (SURFmarket) Harold Teunissen (SURFnet) TERENA JUNE 2013
3 PANEL PARTICIPANTS Mary Fleming (AARNET) Shel Waggener (Internet2) Dan Perry (Janet) Steve CoWer (REANNZ) Harold Teunissen (SURFnet) TERENA JUNE 2013
4 Global Cloud Services Working Group Charter We are a team dedicated to the widespread adop8on of federated cloud services that benefit the global research and educa8on community. In partnership with those we serve, the Global NET+ team will provide simple, consistent and streamlined access to highest value cloud services, offered at the best possible terms and condi8ons, to all par8cipa8ng ins8tu8ons. We are extending the NET+ principles pioneered by Internet2 and coordina8ng GLOBALLY
5 What Program is NOT: It is NOT a buyers club for collective one-off purchases. It is NOT a marketing system where providers sell to higher education. It is NOT primarily about price although getting highest value is a driving goal Is NOT one way - it isn t exclusively provider changing to meet our needs. It is NOT driven by one campus, country, NREN or Company/Provider.
6 CLOUD COMPUTING: NET+ VIEW OF NIST MODEL Commercial and Community Services Providers NET+ Phases for Development and Catalog of Service Par8cipa8on Opportuni8es Community requirements developed in a standardized approach Convening and represen8ng the Community Iden7ty NET+ Pordolio: Design, Contract, Provisioning, Deprovisioning, Ongoing Stewardship, Sunseeng Describe basis for and facilitate external audit services. [Commercial Audit Firms] * hwp://csrc.nist.gov/publica8ons/nistpubs/ /sp pdf Global R&E Networks Iden8ty Management Trusted Iden7ty in Educa7on (not part of NIST* model)
7 Services Above the Network Services at scale leveraging the advanced network, identity management infrastructure, and market power of the R&E community Services delivered globally leveraging NREN R&E partnerships around the globe with thousands of beneficiaries Service model transformation tailored for R&E, fundamentally changing the way higher education and industry do business in the cloud A community partnership started in March 2013 in the US with 2 services and 13 campuses and has grown to 38 services and 333 US campuses US now with 11 Global NREN partners.
8 Services IS the following: Driven by needs of Research Universities - but benefiting all participating R&E Institutions Delivered over the advanced R&E Networks Coordinated across all participating NRENs Delivers value to both higher ed and providers Tailored services Dramatically Reduced administration Special pricing and business terms Master Service Agreements/Negotiated contracts On-going involvement with service providers Global scope Globally shared benefit
9 Three Op8ons for R&E Discount in the Cloud A. Each Campus/NREN/Country/Consor8um nego8ates and gets its own price [Tradi8onal] B. Each Campus/NREN/Country/Consor8um gets a prorated share of discount based on consump8on [Current] C. Each par8cipa8ng Campus/NREN gets the same increasing discount based on combined global volume [NET+]
10 R&E Participants define Member: A qualifying ins8tu8on that can evaluate, sponsor, or use a NET+ service. Provider: The en8ty (company, campus or REN) that is responsible for the service. dren: DIRECTING Research and Educa8on Network: Responsible for developing the service with provider and sponsoring ins8tu8on. Leading through Inquiry to SV phase and serving as the primary distributor globally to all pren s. pren: PARTNER Research and Educa8on Network: Responsible for distribu8ng service to member ins8tu8ons and coordina8ng with the dren for any issues re the provider.
11 R&E Participants define R&E Ins7tu7ons (Members) of par7cipa7ng NREN s: Engage in Research and explora8on. Create solu8ons. Inquiry phase helps discover and review service catalog. Partner ins8tu8ons Evaluate proposed solu8ons Sponsor Service Valida8on phase w/ Service Providers Facilitate phased Adop7on by other campuses. Decide readiness for General Availability in conjunc8on with dnren, Campuses, and Service Providers. Determine when services no longer meet community needs and recommend Sunse;ng.
12 NET+ Service Phases
13 Domains of Global NET+ Cloud Services IaaM Trusted Iden8ty In Educa8on: Iden8ty and Access Management IaaS Infrastructure Pladorm, & System Security as a Service SaaS Sopware as a Service: Academic, Research and Administra8ve VVC Voice, Video & Collabora8on as a Service Content Content Services: etext, Research and Academic Content Running Across the High Speed Community R&E Global Networks Globally Aligned Federated, Iden8ty, Integra8on, Architecture and Standards Global Agreements, Contracts, Provisioning & Deprovisioning
14 Six Criteria for inclusion in the pordolio 1. Offered services scale to have a na8onal impact 2. Can/do/will leverage the R&E global networks 3. Can/do/will use common R&E federated iden8ty 4. Provider is willing to nego8ate a global contract that will sa8sfy significant por8on of community 5. Provider is willing to adopt and support the community s needs with respect to security, privacy, compliance and accessibility 6. Provider is prepared to work with community to customized services to meet the unique needs of educa8on and research
15 Global Service Priori8es Voted on top service priori8es - Top services selected to deploy first SERVICE LEAD STATUS Adobe Connect Internet2* Completed SV. Mexico First Amazon AWS Internet2* in SV. Expect EA 6/30/2013 Microsop Azure JANET* GA- New. 2 Subscribers Box Internet2* GA. 40 Subscribers Aust. First Canvas UWash SV. Expect EA on June 2013 Evernote SURFnet* Inquiry Evough CalTech Pending Agreement Microsop 365 Colorado State SV. Expect GA on 5/1/2013 vcloud (Dell) Clemson Evalua8on. Expect SV Summer 2013
16 Adobe Connect Area: Solu7on: Provider: Sponsor: Sopware as a Service: Academic, Research, and Administra8ve Web conferencing pladorm for web mee8ngs, elearning, and webinars Adobe Case Western, CUDI, Internet2 Status Functional Validation complete Security Assessment in progress Costs lowered using Amazon agreement Next Steps Finalize contract for US Deployment. Convert Contract to Mexico Use.
17 Amazon Web Services Area: Solu7on: Provider: Sponsor: Infrastructure, Pladorm and System Security as a Service Amazon Web Services DLT Solu8ons and Amazon Web Services University of Virginia, Internet2, Janet Status Global Aggregation and volume discounts User friendly self-service portal to provision services InCommon integration Network peering Pilot program to mostly eliminate data transfer costs Next Steps Finalize legal agreements with DLT for Global Use.
18 Azure (Microsoft Windows) Area: Solu7on: Provider: Sponsor: Infrastructure, Pladorm and System Security as a Service Large data ini8a8ves, such as genomics, can save on bandwidth charges, shiping those resources toward direct research- related ac8vi8es. Microsop U of Washington, Internet2, SURFnet Status Participation is Open Global Participation prepared however requires- InCommon Open to all educational and research institutions" No restrictions on use Student, Faculty, Staff No Data Charges In or Out. Legal Agreement Done. Global in Development.
19 Box Area: Solu7on: Provider: Sponsor: Infrastructure, Pladorm, and System Security as a Service Storage and collabora8on service Box UC Berkeley, AARNET, Internet2 Status 40+ universities Network peering being upgraded to 10G First phase of accessibility development complete New pricing tiers for smaller schools Next Steps Updated agreement to support Common Wealth Legal Countries
21 Evernote Area: Sopware as a Service: Academic, Research, and Administra8ve Solu7on: Personal Content Mgmt System Provider: Evernote Sponsor: SURFnet, Internet2? Inquiry Status Contact made with provider Discussions just underway Next Steps Face to face meeting (video) with Surf and Internet2 and Evernote with US Office.
22 Office 365 Education Area: Solu7on: Provider: Sponsor: Sopware as a Service: Academic, Research, and Administra8ve Office desktop suite in the cloud and cloud produc8vity pladorm Microsop Colorado State University and University of Florida, SURFnet Status Customized contract Additional no-cost support options InCommon testing being planned Online community of practice site will be established Next Steps Move to Early Adopter phase in next 2 months
23 SeeVogh Area: Solu7on: Provider: Sponsor: Video, Voice, and Collabora8ons as a Service Simplified interface, high- end, video collabora8on Evogh University of Maryland Bal8more County Status Participation is Open InCommon integration completed Business agreement nearly completed Next Steps Identify Global Sponsor. Document Qualified Regions for SV. Sign Agreement
24 V-Cloud On-Demand Area: Solu7on: Provider: Sponsor: Infrastructure, Pladorm and System Security as a Service Mul8- tenant Infrastructure- as- a- Service (IaaS) hosted in secured Dell datacenters Dell Indiana University Status Participation is Closed InCommon participation required Higher education only is pending Next Steps Global Sponsor Needed. Global agreement work still pending.
25 So how does all this work work anyway?
26 Five Areas of NET+ Collabora7on Network U8liza8on: Shared Understanding and commitment to leverage the global R&E networks Iden8ty Management: Commitment to collabora8on on federated iden8ty standards to support global access. Accessibility: Working towards universal accessibility in all Cloud services.. Security: Standard security framework to support external audit (Global Cloud Security Alliance) Legal: Common Master Service Agreement that will cascade benefit to all par8cipants
27 It Starts with a NET+ Global Partnership Agreement Global NET+ - Sign Mutual Agreement - $10k /Annual Par8cipa8on - Promote Services - Set your own prices - Share in the Savings - Leverage your R&E Network - Par8cipate in Vo8ng on Catalog In/Sunset
28 NET+ Takes on the Burden of Contrac7ng for the Cloud dren works with Service Providers and campus to crap a Business Agreement Has mul8ple types of contractual arrangements to suit different SP and ins8tu8onal needs Type B most SPs will use this (based on Box model) Type A Internet2 assists but contract is between organiza8on and SP Type R Internet2 assists but contract is between organiza8on and a reseller Type P Based on the Global NREN Partner Program to allow Direc8ng or Partner RENs to serve their par8cipants
29 dren in NET+ Takes on the Burden of Contrac7ng for the Cloud Can work through Global Partners (or Large Account Resellers as necessary The pren has responsibility for conver8ng agreement to local language and applicability but not changing the basic terms. Leverage power of the community and economy of scale to nego8ate favorable terms so that global aggrega8on benefits all global par8cipants. Reduced administra8ve process: ready to sign contracts!
30 dren in NET+ Takes on the Burden of Payment Processing for the Cloud dren works with Service Providers and counsels from par8cipa8ng organiza8ons to crap a payment process that ensures that best price is passed through and administra8ve costs are covered. Has mul8ple types of payment processes to suit different SP and ins8tu8onal needs Type B1 contract specifies wholesale price; dren specifies retail price P- B1: Partner specifies retail price. Type B2 contract specifies retail price; dren gets paid admin fee by SP; P- B2: Partners bill customers for retail plus their admin fee. Type A contract specifies retail price; dren gets paid admin fee by SP; P- A: Partners bill customers for their admin fee directly. Type R Reseller publishes retail price; dren gets paid admin fee by SP; P- R: TBD.
31 NET+ Contractual Rela7onships Type B1 (for Box ) Service Provider 4 1 Business Agreement 1. SP invoices I2 at wholesale 2. I2 invoices EC at retail 3. EC pays I2 4. I2 pays SP at wholesale Terms of Service Agreement dren 3 Enterprise 2 Customer Agreement Qualified Organiza8on* Faculty, students, staff * Qualified Organiza8on defined by BA with each SP
32 NET+ Contractual Rela7onships Type B2 (new payment scheme) Service Provider Terms of Service Agreement Business Agreement dren 3 1. SP invoices I2 at retail 2. I2 invoices EC 3. EC pays I2 4. I2 pays SP at retail 5. SP pays I2 admin fee 2 Enterprise Customer Agreement Qualified Organiza8on* Faculty, students, staff * Qualified Organiza8on defined by BA with each SP
33 NET+ Contractual Rela7onships Type A (for Assisted ) Service Provider 1 Business Agreement 1. SP invoices EC at retail 2. EC pays SP 3. SP pays I2 admin fee 3 dren Enterprise Customer Agreement Terms of Service Agreement 2 Qualified Organiza8on* Faculty, students, staff * Qualified Organiza8on defined by BA with each SP
34 NET+ Contractual Rela7onships Type R1 (for Reseller ) [required by some large service providers] Service Provider Value Added Reseller (VAR) Business Agreement 3 Terms of Service Agreement dren Business Agreement Enterprise Customer Agreement SP invoices EC at retail 2. EC pays SP 3. SP pays I2 admin fee Qualified Organiza8on* End- user * Qualified Organiza8on defined by BA with each SP
35 NET+ Contractual Rela7onships Type R2 (for Reseller ) [required by Microso^ and possibly others] Service Provider Business Agreement dren 1. SP invoices EC at retail 2. EC pays SP 3. SP pays I2 admin fee LAR 3 Agreement Service Agreement Large Account Reseller (LAR) Business Agreement Enterprise 1 Customer Agreement 2 Qualified Organiza8on* Terms of Service Agreement End- user * Qualified Organiza8on defined by BA with each SP
36 Service Provider NET+ Contractual Rela7onships Type P- A1 (for Global Partners ) 1 Business Agreement 1. SP invoices EC at retail 2. EC pays SP 3. SP pays dren admin fee 4. pren invoices EC admin fee 5. EC pays pren admin fee 3 dren Enterprise Customer Agreement 2 pren 4 5 Non- I2 Member Organiza8on* Partner Agreement Terms of Service Agreement Faculty, students, staff * Non Member Qualified Organiza8on defined by BA with each SP
37 NET+ Contractual Rela7onships Type P- B1 (for Global Partners ) Service Provider 1 6 Business Agreement dren 1. SP invoices dren at retail 2. dren invoices Partner at retail 3. Partner invoices EC at retail plus admin fee 4. EC pays pren 5. pren pays dren at retail 6. dren pays SP at wholesale 2 Enterprise Customer Agreement Terms of Service Agreement Partner Agreement 5 Partner 3 4 Non Member Organiza8on* End- user * Non Member Qualified Organiza8on defined by BA with each SP
38 NET+ Contractual Rela7onships Type P- B2 (for Global Partners ) Service Provider Terms of Service Agreement Partner Agreement Business Agreement dren SP invoices dren at retail 2. dren invoices Partner at retail 3. pren invoices EC at retail plus admin fee 4. EC pays pren 5. pren pays I2 at retail 6. dren pays SP at retail 7. SP pays dren admin fee Enterprise Customer Agreement Partner 3 4 Non I2- Member Organiza8on* End- user * Non Member Qualified Organiza8on defined by BA with each SP
39 Service Provider NET+ Contractual Rela7onships Type P- A2 (for Global pren ) 1 Business Agreement 1. SP invoices EC at retail 2. EC pays SP 3. SP pays DR admin fee 4. Partner invoices EC admin fee 5. EC pays Partner admin fee 3 dren Enterprise Customer Agreement 2 Partner REN 4 5 Qualified Member Organiza8on* Partner Agreement Terms of Service Agreement Faculty, students, staff * Qualified Member Organiza8on defined by BA with each SP ** Direc8ng REN may be Internet2 or an interna8onal partner REN
40 What s should a campus to do? Start now! Create a campus strategy for internal & external cloud services. Ship from a culture of central or departmental control to one of sharing, reuse, and value added differen8a8on. Evaluate NET+ Catalog. Examine your own pordolios and consider which projects could benefit from NET+ scale.
41 What are the big barriers/challenges 1. Every campus, connector, NREN and country believes it can do bewer than others. We must resist the tempta8on to go it alone. 2. The Sales structure and country managers. They are not compensated to do the right thing for higher educa8on but they will spend 8me to divide and conquer (see #1). 3. Providers: Must have execu8ve sponsorship to make it work, and for many legacy companies, it just one. 4. Lawyers. Working in the cloud is new and everyone needs to use the red pen.
42 Barriers/challenges continued 5. Procurement policies and laws. Different everywhere. All based on pre cloud concepts. 6. Security/Privacy. S8ll evolving in cloud so need to expect it not to be perfect but not wait un8l it is. 7. Iden8ty: Must move beyond simple federa8on and into aligned middleware for provisioning and deprovisioning at scale. 8. Timezones and Resources. We need to move faster than we are, and in parallel, but we need to stay coordinated so we can get things a bit tuned before we scale to more par8cipa8ng NREN s.
43 What s should a campus to do? Start now! 1. Create a campus strategy for internal & external cloud services. 2. Ship from a culture of central or departmental control to one of sharing, reuse, and value added differen8a8on. 3. Evaluate NET+ Catalog. Examine your own pordolios and consider which projects could benefit from NET+ scale.
44 What s should a campus to do? Start now! 4. Develop a campus iden8ty solu8on built on open standards. 5. Support compe88on for services so there are choices but constrained, not unlimited choices. 6. Implement Global NET+ Sucessor language NOW for all contracts.
45 What s should a campus to do? Start now! 7. Create a cloud first culture by partnering with your legal and procurement teams. Restructure internal processes and policies with cloud in mind. 8. Confirm which NREN supports your campus and country. An8cipate star8ng in late Fall 2013 or Winter 2014
46 Q&A with Panel Members Mary Fleming (AARNET) Shel Waggener (Internet2) Dan Perry (Janet) Steve CoWer (REANNZ) Harold Teunissen (SURFnet) TERENA JUNE 2013
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