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Deep Leaning and code embedding based approach to linguistic detecting anti-patterns in Infrastructure as code. This is from SODALITE smell and defect prediction task.

DeepIaC: Deep Learning-based Linguistic Anti-Pattern Detection for Infrastructure-as-Code

Deep Leaning and code embedding based approach to linguistic detecting anti-patterns in Infrastructure as code. This is from SODALITE smell and defect prediction task.

DeepIaC: Deep Learning-based Linguistic Anti-Pattern Detection for Infrastructure-as-Code

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This document provides a wide view of the extent of communication and dissemination strategy of SODALITE, during 36 months of the project duration.

D7.1 Web presence, branding and communication guidelines

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The SODALITE architecture is divided into 3 main layers: Modelling layer, Infrastructure as Code layer, and Runtime layer. This document summarizes the available stable components in each of these layers, and points to instructions on how these components can be accessed and built.

D6.5 SODALITE framework - First version

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This deliverable reports on the development status after M12 of the SODALITE Runtime Layer and the integration of its components with the rest of the SODALITE platform.

D5.1 application deployment and dynamic runtime Initial version

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This deliverable presents the status of development of the Infrastructure as Code (IaC) layer within the SODALITE platform, as well as the integration with other components and tools in SODALITE platform at the end of the first year of the project. 

D4.1 IaC Management initial version

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The present deliverable reports on the work carried out within T3.1 “Application Semantic Modelling” and T3.2 “Infrastructure Semantic Modelling”, relevant to the development of the SODALITE ontologies (abstraction layer) and the representation and mapping of cloud applications and infrastructures to ontological entities.

D3.1 First version of ontologies and semantic repository

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This document sets some rules and guidelines on how contributors can support the development of the SODALITE platform, how the SODALITE software is organized in various related open source repositories, and the practical procedures to be used to propose changes and to see them accepted by the SODALITE team.

D2.4 Guidelines for contributors to the SODALITE framework

Journal of 2020 IEEE International Conference on Software Architecture (ICSA)

pp. 103-113

COCOS: a Scalable Architecture for Containerized Heterogeneous Systems

10th International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics (WIMS)

Towards Semantic Detection of Smells in Cloud Infrastructure Code

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IIn this deliverable, we report on our key contributions towards the implementation and evaluation of the SODALITE platform and use cases. Whereas Deliverable D6.1 paved the way in M6 for the SODALITE platform by detailing the overall implementation plan and roadmap, we now report on the current status of implementation up to M12.

D6.2 Initial implementation and evaluation of the SODALITE platform and use cases

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This deliverable presents the time plan for the development of the SODALITE platform, as well as the implementation plan of the project´s use cases.

D6.1 SODALITE platform and use cases implementation plan

In this deliverable, we report on our key contributions towards the implementation and evaluation of the SODALITE platform and use cases. Whereas Deliverable D6.1 paved the way in M6 for the SODALITE platform by detailing the overall implementation plan and roadmap, we now report on the current status of implementation up to M12.

D6.2 Initial implementation and evaluation of the SODALITE platform and use cases

This deliverable presents the time plan for the development of the SODALITE platform, as well as the implementation plan of the project’s use cases.

D6.1 SODALITE platform and use cases implementation plan

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This deliverable reports on the progress of the SODALITE project in developing a model for application and infrastructure performance.

D3.3 Prototype of application and infrastructure performance models

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The UML use cases and the architecture presented in this deliverable have been defined with the contribution of all partners in the project and constitute the main guidelines that will steer the work in the technical work packages during the first iteration in the project.

D2.1 Requirements, KPIs, evaluation plan and architecture - First version

Journal of Software: Practice and Experience

Volume49, Issue5, May 2019

Pages 813-839

SDSN@RT: A middleware environment for single-instance multi tenant cloud application

2019 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC) in Milan (Italy)

FM4SN: A Feature-Oriented Approach to Tenant-Driven Customization of Multi-Tenant Service Networks

2019 IEEE International Congress on Big Data (BigDataCongress) in Milan (Italy).

AIOps for a Cloud Object Storage Service

IEEE International Conference on Cloud Networking, 4-6 November 2019 in Coimbra (Portugal).

A Case for Data Centre Traffic Management on Software Programmable Ethernet Switches

2019 IEEE International Congress on Big Data (BigDataCongress), pp. 85-92. IEEE, 2019 in Milan (Italy).

HyperSpark: A Data-Intensive Programming Environment for Parallel Metaheuristics.

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The second press release of SODALITE is here!

SODALITE PRESS RELEASE #2