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  • Multiple Clouds and multiple interest communities: challenges in developing open-source software in Cloud-related collaborative projects Dana Petcu http://web.info.uvt.ro/~petcu
  • Measure the openness of Cloud services: degree of freedom to … choose [in IaaS, PaaS] 1.       [PaaS specific] 2.    2 the infrastructure service the operating system the virtualization technologies the language the stack components (like web framework, application server, database) the third party open components customize the platform or add additional components move data, scripts and applications to other Clouds re-use tools and components of the platform when moving to another platform OWF 2013, Paris 10/4/2013
  • PaaS and open-source [Two categories of PaaS] Platform services / hosting services/integrated solutions 1. 3  Platform software / software services/ deployable middleware/ Cloudware 1.    Open source level: allow only to customize the interfaces Deployment and hosting remains on the provider site Open source: increases the service delivery over the traditional form of software consumption Through Clouds open-source software can reach a new level of maturity OWF 2013, Paris 10/4/2013
  • FP7 Projects for open-source Cloudware 2008   RESERVOIR : OpenNebula 2010      Contrail: ConPaaS Optimis: Optimis Toolkit Cloud4SOA: portability between PaaSs mOSAIC: open-source and deployable PaaS 2012:     4 MODAClouds: DSS, IDE, Execution platform PaaSage … OWF 2013, Paris 10/4/2013
  • Finished in Feb 2013 Open source PaaS ensuring portability of component based appls consuming IaaS Multiple tools in multiple repositories Open-source codes: Bitbucket.org/mosaic 9 teams www.mosaic-cloud.eu       5       On-going from Oct 2012 Model-drivenengineering for Multiple Clouds applications using PaaS or IaaS Multiple tools in multiple repositories Sample of available codes: CloudML related 10 teams www.modaclouds.eu OWF 2013, Paris 10/4/2013
  • Challenges in multi-team projects choice of open source license establish the constraints imposed by the licenses dependencies use of widely-accepted standards and other open-source codes management of the copyright contributor license agreements source code opening moment issue tracker open mailing lists open wiki building a community beyond the project consortium establish the means to maintain the code beyond the project ….             6 OWF 2013, Paris 10/4/2013
  • Potential of open-source in PaaS world Avoid vendor lock-in Contribute to portability and interoperability Fast adoption by the research community Allow to offer new innovative services on top of them Cost reductions by providing alternatives Redefine the software services delivery Help spreading other open-source tools        7 OWF 2013, Paris 10/4/2013