The SUNFISH project aims to reduce management cost of private clouds owned by Public Sector bodies.
Enabling the development and execution of time critical applications in Clouds.
The TOREADOR project is aimed at overcoming some major hurdles that until now have prevented many European companies from reaping the full benefits of Big Data Analytics (BDA).
Universal Quality Assurance & Control Services for Internet Applications with Volatile Requirements and Contexts.
SeaClouds is a novel open source framework that performs Seamless Adaptive Multi-cloud Management of Service-based applications.
This cloud´s standard-based framework consist on an Application Management System over Clouds (AMSoC) which makes more efficient the design, development, planning and management of complex business applications across multiple and heterogeneous clouds, something unfeasible hitherto.
SeaClouds is a valuable tool for:
openModeller provides a flexible, robust, cross-platform environment to carry out ecological niche modeling experiments. It is comprised of a single framework written in C++ allowing multipe interfaces on top of it, such as command line programs, Desktop interface, Web interface and Web Service interface.
MODAClouds will provide methods, a decision support system (DSS) and an open source IDE and run-time environment for the high-level design, early prototyping, semi-automatic code generation, and automatic deployment of applications on multi-Clouds with
guaranteed quality of services.
Six complementary experiments are being demonstrated and evaluated. Pilots are based on the following business solutions of MO-BIZZ partners: customer relationship management solutions; enterprise resource planning solutions; mobile business intelligence; mobile marketing; business collaboration and SmartGrid.
IOStack is a Software-defined Storage toolkit for Big Data on top of the OpenStack platform.
HOLA CLOUD targets all the stakeholders of the R&D domain in the field of Software, Services and Cloud computing including researchers, industrial players, related national and EU funded projects but also policy makers.
COMPOSE is a complete ecosystem for developers, covering all the different stages of the application development lifecycle, from design time through to deployment and run-time within a secure cloud environment.
CloudSpaces aims to protect personal data of users and organisations stored and synchronized in Personal Clouds.
CloudScale is an engineering approach for building scalable cloud applications and services.
CloudLightning aims to address the problems surrounding cloud infrastructure management, service specification, access to, and provisioning of, cloud resources faced by both consumers and providers of cloud services.
The Clarus project provides innovation in security-enabling techniques, attack-tolerant systems and in new architectures for secure delivery in the cloud.
CELAR targets both users that use cloud infrastructures to deploy and operate their applications and cloud IaaS operators that want to offer extra features to their customers.
The BETaaS project is addressing developers communities in the field of IoT and M2M, Hardware vendors, Development Companies, M2M & IoT standardization groups and frameworks, Service Providers.
ARTIST targets mainly software owners who need to modernize their applications and business model towards the cloud. ARTIST focuses on the modernization of applications based on three pillars that in most occasions cannot be tackled independently.
The “as-a-service” approach, which delegates all kinds of resources to remote cloud service providers (CSPs), calls for new security methodologies that introduce security mechanisms and controls in a modular way. This is the base notion behind SPECS security-as-a-service offering.
MIKELANGELO offers flexible, easy to maintain, open source, standardised and user friendly Cloud/HPC Cloud technology stack, focusing on performance, low footprint and security. MIKELANGELO components are easy to deploy and compatible with renowned upstream or enabling open source projects and standards such as KVM, POSIX, OpenStack and Kubernetes.