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 based on the market analysis and the prior background of the contributing partners:
- Oil & Gas exploration
- Self-optimized libraries
The task has two primary goals. The first goal is to dive deeper into the implementation details of the above mentioned applications as a standalone software that can be executed in the Bare-Metal servers, Virtual Machines and the Linux Containers if applicable. The second goal is to integrate with the Service Description Language (SDL) developed in D5.1.1 which serves as the application blueprint that can be readily deployed in the testbed system. As a result, with the input from other tasks, this deliverable captures all the software dependencies required for successful working of all the chosen use cases and demonstrate the end to end functioning of the ray-tracing use case in the cloud environment (Intel testbed) where the end-user can dynamically deploy and perform rendering remotely.