Monday, 15th December 2014, 2:00 am (SCE Meeting Room)
Speaker: Yuri Demchenko (University of Amsterdam)
Title: Access Control and Trust Management in Federated Cloud Based Infrastructures
The seminar will start with the overview of modern e-Science use cases that deal with Big Data and require federated cloud based infrastructure to support both managing large amount of distributed scientific data and support effective collaboration of distributed groups of researches. Federated access control and data security in the generally heterogeneous multi-provider cloud infrastructure will require special mechanisms and services to allow consistent security context management and dynamic trust associations establishment. The seminar will also overview access control and federation services provided by the major cloud providers Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure. It will also provide background information about Intercloud Architecture Framework and related research at the University of Amsterdam and IEEE Intercloud Testbed Initiative.
More details can be found from the following references:
Demchenko, Yuri, Peter Membrey, Cees de Laat, Defining Architecture Components of the Big Data Ecosystem. Second International Symposium on Big Data and Data Analytics in Collaboration (BDDAC 2014). In Proc. The 2014 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS 2014), May 19-23, 2014, Minneapolis, USA.
Y.Demchenko, C. Lee, C.Ngo, C. de Laat, Federated Access Control in Heterogeneous Intercloud Environment: Basic Models and Architecture Patterns. In Proc IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E), March 11, 2014, Boston, USA
Open Cloud eXchange (OCX): Bringing Cloud Services to NRENs and Universities, TERENA Networking Conference 2014 (TNC2014), 19-22 May 2014, Dublin, Ireland. https://tnc2014.terena.org/getfile/1275
Yuri Demchenko is a Senior Researcher at the System and Network Engineering of the University of Amsterdam. He is graduated from the National Technical University of Ukraine "Kiev Polytechnic Institute" where he also received his PhD (Cand. of Science) degree. His main research areas include Big Data and Data Intensive Science Technologies and Infrastructure, Cloud and Intercloud Architecture, general security architectures and distributed access control infrastructure for cloud based services and data centric applications. He is currently involved in the European projects GN3plus, EUBrazil CloudConnect and Cyclone where he conducts research and developments on the cloud federation infrastructure and cloud based Big Data infrastructure. He is actively contributing to the standardisation activity at RDA, OGF, IETF, NIST on defining Big Data Architecture Framework and Intercloud architecture for complex infrastructure services provisioning in clouds.