Collaborative Team on Cloud Computing Reference Architecture ofITU-T SG13/WP6 and ISO/IECJTC1/SC38/WG3First and Second Meetings:25-27 September 2012, Stockholm, Sweden17-19 October 2012, Seattle, USADocument: CT-CCA-i-1-Annou-AgenTitle:Meeting announcement and agenda for the first CT-CCRA meeting (25-27 September2012, Stockholm, Sweden & 17-19 October 2012, Seattle, USA)Status:Meeting announcement issued by the chairmen of the CT-CCRAPurpose:Announcement & AgendaAuthor(s) orContact(s):Jamil ChawkiFrance Telecom OrangeOrange LabsLannion, FranceAnders KingstedtSoftarcSwedenSource:Tel:Email: 33 [email protected]:Email: 46 [email protected] chairmenAs agreed between ITU-T SG13/WP6 and ISO/IEC JTC1/SC38/WG3, the first meeting of the jointCollaborative Team on Cloud Computing Reference Architecture CT-CCRA will be organized inStockholm, Sweden. The second meeting is considered as a continuation of the first meeting and will beorganized in Seattle, USA.The September CT-CCRA meeting will start on the morning of the Tuesday 25 September untilthe Thursday 27 September 2012.The October CT-CCRA meeting will start on the morning of the Wednesday 17 October until theFriday 19 October 2012.Below is some information related to the meeting arrangements, logistics and the agenda of the meeting:1) Logistical Information for the CT-CCRA meeting is available in Annex-1 for September Meeting(ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 38 N 666) and in Annex-2 for October meeting.2) The contribution document registration, submission and archive site for the CT-Cloud Computingare:Web page: CRA/Pages/default.aspxFTP area: A contribution document template for the CT-CCRA meeting is available at FTP area. The documenttemplate contains some important information about preparing and submitting contributiondocuments.4) To enable study of contributions prior to the meeting, the deadline for this CT-CCRA meetingcontribution is 12 September 2012.5) For September meeting, please send registrations from to Patrick Lindén [email protected] , thesecretary at Swedish Standards Institute (SIS). Please CC to Åsa Wallström [email protected] Allparticipants are urged to register as soon as possible, and not later than 1 September 2012, to enableappropriate facilities planning.Page: 1Date Saved: 2012-08-31

6) For October meeting, an online registration form will be available at the ITU-T CT Cloud web CT-CCRA/Pages/default.aspx.7) The proposed agenda for the CT-CCRA meeting is as follows:IPR policy reminder and declarationsContribution document allocationPresentation of CT-CCRA ToR (scope, documents and contributions, working methods )Presentation of input Recommendations/Standards documents :oWD 17789 v2 Cloud Computing Reference Architecture from ISO/IEC JTC1/SC38 WG3oDraft Recommendation ITU-T SG13 Y.cceco – Cloud Computing Ecosystem from ITUT Q.26/13oDraft Recommendation ITU-T SG13 Y.ccra – Cloud Computing Reference Architecturefrom ITU-T Q.27/13Consideration of contributions for common text on cloud architectureConsideration of information contributionsCoordination activitiesFuture planning: determination of next steps, meeting planning, refinement of expectedstandardization timeline and other planning issuesOther business as appropriate for considerationKind Regards,Jamil Chawki and Anders KingstedtChairmen of the Collaborative Team on Cloud Computing Reference Architecture (CT-CCRA)of ITU-T SG13/WP6 and ISO/IEC JTC1/SC38/WG3.Page: 2Date Saved: 2012-08-31

Annex-1Logistical Information for September MeetingHosted by Swedish Standards InstituteMeeting place: Kista Entré KonferensAddress: Knarrarnäsgatan 7, KistaTelephone: 46 8 52 29 10 10ACCOMMODATIONAll accommodation is to be booked and paid by the individual delegates, directly with the hotel. Pleasefind recommended hotels situated close to the conference center listed below. There are also other hotelsin the city center of Stockholm. It takes around 20 min. by underground to get to Kista from the citycenter (blue line, the Akalla train). For online hotel reservations please visit find the Kista hotels location in the map at the end of this document. The conference center isnumber 8 on the map. Kista is the hub of the metropolitan region’s electronics and Telecom industry.Hotels in Kista (North of Stockholm, close to the conference center):Memory HoteloBorgarfjordsgatan 3-5oPhone: 46 8 793 07 00Mr Chip HoteloFärögatan 9oPhone: 46 8 750 56 00Scandic Victoria ToweroArne Beurlings torg 3oPhone 46 8 517 533 00StayAt Hotel Apartments KistaoDanmarksgatan 34-38oTel: 46 8 505 727 00Some hotels in Stockholm city centerNordic Light Hotel ; Radisson Blu Royal Viking Hotel, Stockholm ; Adlon HotelSheraton Stockholm Hotel ; Central Hotel ; Radisson Blu Waterfront HotelPage: 3Date Saved: 2012-08-31

TRAVELVisa: Sweden is a member of the European Union and party to the Schengen Agreement. Forinformationregarding visa to Sweden please visit The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs: and credit cards: The Swedish krona (plural kronor), is denoted by the international currencysymbol SEK. One krona contains 100 öre. Bank notes are available in denominations of 20, 50, 100, 500and 1,000 kronor, coins in, 1, 5 and 10 kronor. Major credit cards such as VISA, MasterCard, DinersClub and American Express are widely accepted but always check before purchasing. ATM's(Cashpoints) are named "Bankomat" and are very commonplace throughout. Sweden and generally accepta wide range of cards.Insurance: The host and organizer cannot accept any responsibility for accidents, losses and/or damagesthat may occur. Delegates are advised to obtain travel, medical, personal accident and luggage insurancein their home countries prior to departure.From the airport to Kista: Kista is situated 12 km north of Stockholm; Stockholm Arlanda Airport issituated 40 km north of Stockholm and 25 km north of Kista/Akalla. Stockholm Bromma Airport is 9 kmfrom Kista/Akalla. Below are airport connections:Airport buses, (”FLYGBUSSARNA”), as well as the bus stops, are marked with a rainbow stripe ofblue, green, yellow, orange and red colours. Armanda Airport bus service to KistaThe “Flygbussarna” airport buses to Kista/Akalla leave from bus-stop No. 12 (Monday – Friday).Buses on the line are marked “Brommaplan”. For further information please Bromma airport: Transportation from Bromma airport: Bromma airport Taxi serviceThe most comfortable way to go from Arlanda airport to Kista/Akalla or Stockholm is by taxi.Normal taxi fare from Arlanda to Kista/Akalla should be around SEK 400 (approx. 40 Euro) Ask forfixed price. UndergroundTake the blue line 11 Kungsträdsgården – Akalla. Travel time approx. 20 minutes from T-Centralen.Alight at Kista (take the rear exit towards Kista Galleria). Follow Kistagången to the left through theshopping mall, then follow the directions below under “By foot from Kista Galleria”. By foot from Kista GalleriaFollow the signs for Kista Science Tower. Walk straight through and you will come out the other endby Sats. Turn left as you come out, cross over the footbridge and turn right. The main entrance is nowdirectly in front of you.From the airport to the city:By fast train, Arlanda Express The train station is situated under terminals 2/3/4 and 5. Departures every15 minutes, with a travelling time of 20 minutes to the Central Station By bus, Flygbussarna Buses leaveboth the international and domestic terminals every 10 to 15 minutes and arrive at the City Terminal atKlarabergsviadukten, next to the Central Station. Travelling time is 40 minutes By Taxi: You will find taxis outside each of the terminals. Ask for fixed price from Arlanda airport, andthe fair should be around SEK 500 (approx. 50 Euro). Ask for a fixed price. Bromma airport Transportation from Bromma airport: Bromma airportPage: 4Date Saved: 2012-08-31

Skavsta airport Transportation from Skavsta airport: Skavsta airportTravelling within StockholmThe public transport system (bus or underground) is easily accessible anywhere in the city. The entranceto the underground is identified with a white sign with a blue T. More information (how to , tickets, tripplanning etc) is available at You must buy a discount card as you cant pay by cashThere are many taxi companies, recommended are:Taxi Stockholm, phone: 46(0)8-15 00 00 www.taxistockholm.seTaxi Kurir, phone: 46 (0)8-30 00 00 www.taxikurir.seTaxi 020, phone: 46 (0) 20-20 20 20 www.taxi020.sePlease, check the price information tag on the window of the car. The maximum price should not be morethan SEK 350PRACTICAL INFORMATIONBank and Post offices: Banks are generally open from Monday to Friday, between 10.00 a.m. and 3.00p.m. Many branches have extended opening hours at least once a week (until 6.00 p.m. in larger cities).Banks are closed at weekends. Traditional post offices offering full range of services are usually openbetween 9.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. and may have extended opening hours once or twice a week. Yellowpost boxes are for national and international letters and blue for regional letters. You can also buy stampsand conduct other errands at post office representatives in local shops, many of which stay open late inthe evening and on weekends.Electricity: Electricity in Sweden is 230 Volts, alternating at 50 cycles per second. If you travel toSweden with a device that does not accept 230 Volts at 50 Hertz, you will need a voltage converter.Outlets in Sweden generally accept 1 type of plug: Two round pins If your appliances plug has a differentshape, you may need a plug adapter.Emergency: In case of emergency, dial 112 to contact the police, fire brigade or medical services.Emergency calls made from payphones are free of charge.Language: Swedish is the official language. Swedes are generally good at English.Measures: Metric system, Sweden is a relatively low-crime country; however a common sense approach to personal safetyis encouraged.Smoking: There is no smoking in indoor public places and no sales to children under 18.Telephones: Swedish international code is 46, area code for Stockholm is (0)8. Public telephones,international dial cards available.Time zone: GMT 1 hour (Central European Standard Time)Tipping (in restaurants and taxis): Service charge is included in the price. But it is normal practice toleave a small tip if you feel you have been treated well.Page: 5Date Saved: 2012-08-31

Travel within Sweden: For information on domestic airlines and their schedules: www.gotlandsflyg.seFor information on domestic trains and their schedules: official gateway to Sweden: official visitors guide to Stockholm: tourist - Stockholm travel Sweden/Stockholms rgasbord - The shortcut to Sweden: of KistaPage: 6Date Saved: 2012-08-31

Annex-2Logistical Information for October MeetingHosted by MicrosoftMeeting place: Microsoft Main CampusBuilding 37 (Conference Rooms 1701-1701)16071 NE 36th WayRedmond, Washington 98052Accommodations:All accommodations are to be booked and paid by the individual delegates, directly with the hotel.Please find recommended hotels situated close to the conference center listed below.Hotels in Redmond: (approximately a 10 minute drive to Microsoft Redmond Main Campus)Redmond Marriott Town Center7401 164th Avenue NERedmond, WA 98052Tel: 425-498-4000Page: 7Date Saved: 2012-08-31

Marriott Residence Inn7575 164th Avenue NERedmond, WA 98052Tel: 425-497-9226Hyatt House Redmond15785 Bear Creek Parkway NERedmond, WA 98052Tel: 425-497-2000Hotels in Bellevue: (approximately a 20 minute drive to Microsoft Redmond Main Campus)Westin Hotel600 Bellevue Way NEBellevue, WA 98004Tel: 425-638-1000Hyatt Regency Bellevue900 Bellevue Way NEBellevue, WA 98004Tel: 425-462-1234Sheraton – Bellevue100 112th Avenue NEBellevue, WA 98004Tel: 425-455-3330Hilton – Bellevue300 112th Avenue SEBellevue, WA 98004Tel: 425-455-1300Red Lion Bellevue Inn11211 Main StreetBellevue, WA 98004Tel: 425-455-5240Embassy Suites3225 158th Avenue SEBellevue, WA 98004425-644-2500Courtyard by Marriott111010 NE 8th StreetBellevue, WA 98004Tel: 425-454-5888Page: 8Date Saved: 2012-08-31

TRAVELVisaVisitors VISA’s are required and you can find information at Travel. State. Gov. 1262.htmlCurrency and Credit CardsThe United States Dollar, is denoted by the international currency symbol USD.Major credit cards such as VISA, MasterCard, Diners Club and American Express are widelyaccepted but always check before purchasing.ATM’s are very commonplace throughout the United States and generally accept a wide rangeof cards.InsuranceThe host and organizer cannot accept any responsibility for accidents. Losses and/or damagesthat may occur. Delegates are advised to obtain travel, medical, personal accident and luggageinsurance in their home countries prior to departure.From airport to RedmondLeaving the Airport:Follow signs to Freeways, this will put you on SR 518 eastbound, merge carefully.Follow signs to I-5 and I-405Take I-405 North-Renton (center lane)Continue on North I-405 thru Renton and Bellevue, approx. 14 milesTake SR-520 East exit toward RedmondFollow directions below depending on desired destinationFor Main CampusExit SR-520 at NE 40th St exitTurn Right at exit onto NE 40th StTurn right at light onto 156th Ave NETurn left at 2nd light, NE 36th St, enter campus.Map of Seattle - Redmond areaREDMOND520SEATTLEBELLEVUEI-5Mercer IslandI-90RENTONI-405TUKWILASEA-TAC AIRPORTPage: 9Date Saved: 2012-08-31

PRACTICAL INFORMATIONBank and Post OfficesBanks are generally open from Monday to Friday, between 10:00a and 6:00pwith limited hours on Saturday.ElectricityVoltage: 110-120 VoltsThree prong plugAdapter for Type B NEMA 5-15 (Grounded, Non-Polarized)EmergencyIn case of emergency, dial 911 to contact police, fire department or medicalservices.TelephonesUnited States international code is 1, area code for Redmond and Bellevue is425.Time ZoneUTC – 8 Pacific Time ZonePage: 10Date Saved: 2012-08-31

MICROSOFT MAIN CAMPUS MAPPage: 11Date Saved: 2012-08-31

Taxi Kurir, phone: 46 (0)8-30 00 00 Taxi 020, phone: 46 (0) 20-20 20 20 Please, check the price information tag on the window of the car. The maximum price should not be more than SEK 350 PRACTICAL INFORMATION Bank and Post offices: Banks are generally ope