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

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

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

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The ETP4HPC 2020 Handbook is at your hand!

ETP4HPC 2020 Handbook

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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.

Let's shape together the new strategy for Cloud Computing in Europe!

ETP4HPC handbook

ETP4HPC handbook

Sodalite has been mentioned in this year's ETP4HPC Handbook magazine

Read the magazine!

ETP4HPC Handbook

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SODALITE aims to provide an optimized, highly resilient heterogeneous execution environment enabling operational transparency between Cloud and HPC infrastructures.

Enabling operational transparency between Cloud and HPC infrastructures

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Now available!

This is the new white paper of the project consortium showing the new stuff related to DevOps and business advances to maximize the impact of SODALITE"

Extremely optimizing software applications on Cloud and HPC solutions

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International Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing is an international conference that aims to stimulate the interaction between the two scientific communities of symbolic and numeric computing and to exhibit interesting applications of the areas both in theory and in practice.

SYNASC 2020

busses, such as PCI or USB
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

Deploying Across Heterogeneous Accelerators at the Edge in Kubernetes

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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!

Choose your book! SODALITE Summer Readings

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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.

ISC virtual booth experience: the next generation of exhibition areas communication in times of COVID-19

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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In this virtual exhibition, our intention was fostering the networking and business area of the ISC in spite of the physical cancellation due to the covid19. The booth was totally interactive and offering all the features/services of a physical booth. The future of technologies will drive us to manage more than one virtual event...In SODALITE, we just simply started earlier!

ISC HPC 2020 Booth: Virtual experience

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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.

Karim Djemame Interview- SODALITE in Heterogeneous arena

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This year 2020, our meetings seem to turn into virtual arrangements. This month of June, the General Assembly of the project SODALITE took place.

SODALITE General Assembly #3

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Pain in the lower back and other symptoms are some of the most prevalent health problems experienced by the populations of developed nation.

How SODALITE helps improving patient individual assessment of bone-implant-systems

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

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

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

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