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COLA – Cloud Orchestration at
the Level of Application
Introduction and project overview
Dr Tamas Kiss
Project Scientific ...
Project objectives
Overall objective:
• Define a generic pluggable framework, called MiCADO (Microservices-based Cloud
App...
High level concept
Application 1 Application 2 Application N
Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 Service 5
Baseline re...
Project details/facts
• Project started: 1st January 2017
• Project ends: 30th June 2019
• Overall project cost: 4.2 milli...
Project Partnership
• 14 partners from 6 EU countries
• 10 partners already worked together in the EU CloudSME project
(ht...
Project Partnership
• SMEs and public sector organisations implementing use-cases:
• Use-case 1: Social media data analyti...
Project structure – work packages
WP3
Commercial
exploitation and
sustainability
WP1
Project
management
WP5
Application
de...
For more information please visit
www.project-cola.eu
twitter.com/projectCOLA
facebook.com/projectCOLA
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Project COLA - Cloud Orchestration at the Level of Application - Introduction and Project Overview

  1. 1. COLA – Cloud Orchestration at the Level of Application Introduction and project overview Dr Tamas Kiss Project Scientific Coordinator and Project Director University of Westminster
  2. 2. Project objectives Overall objective: • Define a generic pluggable framework, called MiCADO (Microservices-based Cloud Application-level Dynamic Orchestrator) that supports optimal and secure deployment and run-time orchestration of cloud applications. The project will provide a reference implementation of this framework by customising and extending existing, typically open source solutions. Moreover, it will demonstrate via large scale close to operational level SME and public sector demonstrators the applicability and impact of the solution. Detailed objectives: • Design, prototype, test and demonstrate a set of services in a generic framework that cloud application developers can utilise from their application source code • Pilot, demonstrate and validate the technical feasibility of the MiCADO framework in SME and public sector case-studies. • Validate economic feasibility of the implemented use-cases. • Define common and widely applicable application templates. • Provide access to heterogeneous, federated and distributed cloud resources. • Develop solutions to address security, reliability and trustworthiness. • Maximise impact by focused dissemination and marketing campaign.
  3. 3. High level concept Application 1 Application 2 Application N Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 Service 5 Baseline resource consumption Variable resource consumption Cloud services Dynamic demand Manually adjusted supply Resource requirements To be replaced by automatically adjusted supply
  4. 4. Project details/facts • Project started: 1st January 2017 • Project ends: 30th June 2019 • Overall project cost: 4.2 million Euros • EC contribution: 3 million Euros • Further contributions by Switzerland and the participating companies • 14 project partners from 6 European countries • 10 companies and 4 academic/research institutions
  5. 5. Project Partnership • 14 partners from 6 EU countries • 10 partners already worked together in the EU CloudSME project (http://www.cloudsme-project.eu/) • Experts in cloud computing/orchestration research: • University of Westminster (UK) • MTA SZTAKI (Hungary) • Experts in cloud security: • Swedish Institute of Computer Science (Sweden) • BALABIT (Hungary) • Cloud platform and resource providers • CloudBroker (Switzerland) • ScaleTools (Switzerland) • CloudSigma (Switzerland)
  6. 6. Project Partnership • SMEs and public sector organisations implementing use-cases: • Use-case 1: Social media data analytics for public sector organisations • Instrumentación y Componentes S.A. (Inycom) + Sociedad Aragonesa de Gestion Agroambiental SL (SARGA) – Spain • Use-case 2:Scalable Evacuation Planning Service • Saker Solutions + Brunel University – UK • Use-case 3: Scalable hosting, testing and automation for SMEs and public sector organisations • Outlandish LLP + The Audience Agency – UK • Use-Case 4: Scalable simulation for manufacturing and engineering SMEs • cloudSME UG – Germany
  7. 7. Project structure – work packages WP3 Commercial exploitation and sustainability WP1 Project management WP5 Application definition templates WP6 Microservices deployment and execution layer WP7 Security, privacy and trust WP2 Dissemination, communication, training and standardisation Business models, market analysis WP4 Cloud access layer and testbed infrastructure WP8 SME and public sector use-case pilots Infrastructure support for use-cases Infrastructure support for framework development Framework requirements WP9 Ethical issues
  8. 8. For more information please visit www.project-cola.eu twitter.com/projectCOLA facebook.com/projectCOLA Thank you!

Tamas Kiss provides an overview about Project COLA - Cloud Orchestration at the Level of Application.

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