Demos

U-QASAR – Universal quality assurance and control services for Internet applications with volatile requirements and contexts

Times - 15:45 - 16:15 12 March Networking Coffee & 12:30 - 13:30 13 March Networking Lunch

UQASAR consortium has developed a first version of the methodology that guides all the actors of the software development process in the definition of a Quality Model, identification of Quality Indicators and Metrics. A first version of the prototype has been produced, showing how a Quality Model can be imported or created from scratch, how a Quality Project is created and the potential of the customized dashboards to show information about the quality of projects.

RISCOSS – Managing risks and costs in open source software adoption

Times - 12:30 - 14:00 12 March Networking Lunch & 11:00 - 11:30 13 March Networking Coffee

The RISCOSS demo shows, first, how we can use the RISCOSS platform to register OSS components and measurement tools to obtain information about OSS communities, and second, how we can integrate our own projects that adopt OSS components and then evaluate the risks associated to this adoption. The demo uses XWiki OSS component as an example, which is a OSS component used to build the RISCOSS platform. We could say that in some manner the demo shows the RISCOSS risks associated to the adoption of XWiki OSS component.

PROSE – Promoting open source in European projects

Times - 12:30 - 14:00 12 March Networking Lunch & 11:00 - 11:30 13 March Networking Coffee

PROSE will demo the Open Source Projects (http://opensourceprojects.eu) platform, a software forge for European projects, showcasing the main platform features including public and private repositories (GIT and SVN), and the onboarding process, inviting projects and users to sign-up and adopt the platform as their main software development support tool.

MODAClouds - MOdel-Driven Approach for design and execution of applications on multiple Clouds

Times - 12:30 - 14:00 12 March Networking Lunch & 11:00 - 11:30 13 March Networking Coffee

The MODACLOUDS demonstration will highlight the benefits of using model-driven engineering tools developed in the frame of the FP7-ICT project MODAClouds for describing at the design time the application behavior independently from the Cloud services to be consumed and for analyzing at the run-time the quality of the services.

View the MODACLOUDS Demo

HARNESS – Hardware and network-enhanced software systems for cloud computing

Times - 15:45 - 16:15 12 March Networking Coffee & 12:30 - 13:30 13 March Networking

The focus of HARNESS is integrating heterogeneous hardware and network technologies into data centre platforms, vastly increasing performance, reducing energy consumption and lowering cost profiles for important and high-value cloud applications such as real-time business analytics and the geosciences.

Presenter - Alexander Wolf, Professor, Imperial College London

COMPOSE - a journey from the Internet of Things to the Internet of Services

Times - 12:30 - 14:00 12 March Networking Lunch & 11:00 - 11:30 13 March Networking Coffee

The COMPOSE demo will demonstrate how different emulated devices send updates (including geo-location) to the COMPOSE platform; these updates are ingested and processed to be later consumed by an external application that
places them on a map according to different criteria. The demo will highlight how geo-spatial search can be performed, as well as provide a simple example of data transformation on-the-fly as data flows through the platform.

Cloudscale's CloudStore

Times - 15:45 - 16:15 12 March Networking Coffee & 12:30 - 13:30 13 March Networking

The CloudScale CloudStore is:

  1. an example SaaS scenario for designing a scalable, elastic, and efficient online shop and
  2. an example migration scenario from a legacy book shop application to a scalable, elastic, and efficient cloud-aware online shop.

For these scenarios, the CloudScale project reused ideas from the TPC-W benchmark, a legacy benchmark of an online book store.

The benefits of CloudStore are:

CELAR - Cloud Elasticity Provisioning

Times - 15:45 - 16:15 12 March Networking Coffee & 12:30 - 13:30 13 March Networking Lunch

The goal of the CELAR project is to develop methods and open-source tools for applying and controlling multi-grained, elastic resource provisioning for Cloud applications in an automated manner. This resource allocation is to be performed through intelligent decision-making based on: