Nicolas Ferry is an Associate Professor at University Côte d'Azur. Prior he was a Senior Research Scientist at SINTEF. He holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Nice.
Read this post and learn how in SODALITE we assists users in the creation of complex application deployment models.
With the growing importance of DevOps roles in technological companies, bringing closer together development teams and operation teams, deployments are more frequent. As a result, possible security holes appear more often.
In recent years, an increasing interest in evidence-based computer-aided approaches to address global challenges (GC) including climate modeling and prediction of migration flows arose.
Cloud computing is a megatrend that is a key enabler for data-driven innovation. It is expected to bring enormous benefits for citizens as stated in the recent EC Communication on Shaping Europe’s digital future.
SODALITE aims to provide an optimized, highly resilient heterogeneous execution environment enabling operational transparency between Cloud and HPC infrastructures.
In the last article we introduced the use of devicetree-derived node labels for labelling static features of Edge Gateways but observed that this was not a complete labelling solution given its lack of support for the identification and labelling of devices attached to enumerable busses, such as PCI or USB
Find your book to read in your holidays, find new inspiration and prepare yourself for going back to the routine when vacation is ended up. Enjoy!
The ISC-HPC is one of the most impactful European industrial events dedicated to HPC, connecting more than three thousand practitioners and users, and including about 160 exhibitors.
The SODALITE blog is back again. We deliver monthly posts trying to convey the best of our updates and advances to our audience. This time, Karim Djemame (University of Leeds) visited us and left feedback on the relevant challenges within heterogeneity in complex systems.