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CloudLightning at CLOSER 2017

Dr. Dapeng Dong (UCC) presented two CloudLightning papers at the 7th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science, CLOSER 2017: Separation of Concerns in Heterogeneous Cloud Environments The majority of existing cloud service management frameworks implement tools, APIs, and strategies for managing the lifecycle of cloud applications and/or resources. …

CloudLightning @ NC4 2017 – Videos

The CloudLightning Conference presentation recordings are now available on the CloudLightning YouTube channel. Prof. John Morrison (UCC) – “Self-Organisation As A Cloud Resource Management Strategy” Cloud Resource Management is becoming increasingly challenging with the advent of hyperscale computing and the proliferation of heterogeneous hardware. Meanwhile, resource utilisation continues to remain …

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CloudLightning @ NC4 2017

The CloudLightning project hosted its first conference in DCU Business School on Tuesday, 11 April. More than 60 academics and industry professionals attended the four-session event to gain insights into HPC, cloud, heterogeneous computing, large scale simulation and scientific computing. The complete conference programme and presentations are available to view …

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Gateway Service

Deliverable D5.2.1 – Gateway Service – is now available for download. The Gateway Service is a front-facing component of the CloudLightning system, abstracting the inner workings of the backend components. Gateway Service builds on the components developed in previous work packages and creates the link with current and future work. …

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Integrated Use Cases

Deliverable D2.2.1 – Integrated Use Cases – has been released last week. This deliverable captures the steps followed in converting the service specifications developed in D2.1.1 into completely automated deployable services that can be readily deployed in the CL heterogeneous resource pool. The previous task identified four application use cases …