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Short description of the achievements until date of the scientific and technical objectives

O1. Design an architecture ensuring the trade-off between increasing reliability by scaling components over multiple Clouds and reducing costs by keeping a low inter-Cloud communication

The main achievements are the followings:

  • establish the terminology
    1. for the field of MultiClouds and the requirements for the support tools, described in the paper published in J. Grid Computing
    2. taxonomy for Cloud services, described in the paper published in IJCSE
  • establish the main requirements for
    1. application portabilities in Cloud environments, described in the paper published in SCPE
    2. interoperability requirements in multiple Clouds, described in the paper published in CLOSER
    3. Platform as a Service from the portability point of view, described in the paper published in Cloud Computing
    4. programmable e-infrastructures, described in the paper published in WoSS
    5. Cloud Governance, described in the paper published in Studies in Computational Intelligence
    6. Automated Clouds, described in the paper published in Cloud Computing and Big Data
    7. Cloud ontologies, described in the paper published in CISIS
    8. Cloud service lifecycle, described in the paper published in SYNASC
    9. Automatic HPC Clouds, described in the paper published in NESUS 2015
    10. Cloud workloads, described in this paper
  • innovative architectures
    1. event driven multi-agent architecture for enabling Cloud governance, described in the paper published in UCC
    2. Cloud service ecosystem, described in the paper published in ISPDC
    3. for multiple pattern matching, described in the paper published in FGCS
    4. service quality assurance in Multi-Clouds, described in the proceedings of GECON

O2. Design decentralized algorithms for automated Sky computing environments that are capable to be distributed across several Clouds for increased reliability and make management decisions based on local knowledge ensuring low inter-Cloud communication and high scalability

The main achievements are the followings:

  • new decentralised algorithm for auto-scaling
    1. analyzed from a theoretical point of view, as described in the paper published in Arxiv
    2. tested in simple environments, as described in the paper published in ADAPTIVE
    3. tested in multiple clouds, as described in the paper published in Computing
  • new mechanisms for
    1. scheduling for multiple Clouds, described in the paper published in FGCS
    2. on-line switching of scaling methods, described in the paper published in SYNASC
    3. service brokerage, described in the paper published in SYNASC
    4. Cloud governance, described in the paper published in ITI
    5. Cloud resource orchestration, described in the paper published in CCPE
    6. Cloud resource intelligent management, described in the paper published in UCC
    7. SLA-based Cloud resource provisioning, described in the papeer published in AINA
    8. for increased reliability,
      1. through security monitoring, described in the papers published in CLOSER and COMPSAC
      2. through malicious code detection, described in the paper published in Advances in Intelligent Systems and computing
      3. through data security mechanisms, described in the paper published in Euro-Par
    9. application placement via a scalable hybrid approach, described in the paper to appear in the proceedings of RO-LCG 2015
    10. runtime execution, described in the paper published in JSFI
    11. agents-based deployment of heterogeneous infrastructure-as-a-services, described in the paper published in IJCSE
  • new services and tools design
    1. distributed resource identification service, described in the paper published in SYNASC 2013
    2. interfaces of a resource management system for multiple Clouds, described in the paper published in JoCASA
    3. software engineering tools for multiple Clouds, described in the paper published in INFOCOM
    4. programming e-infrastructures, described in the paper published in InCoS

O3. Implement, test and compare the architecture and the algorithms with the most similar approaches and detect the possibility of integration of the software prototypes in other technical solutions for Cloud and Sky computing.

The main achievements are the followings:

  • implement the architecture
    1. components for an open-source platform as a service which ensure the application portability, described in the paper published in FGCS
    2. event-driven platform as a service, as described in the paper published in WISE
    3. Cloud governance bus, as described in the paper published in IJCCC
    4. datastore services, as described in the paper published in ISPA and extended in SCPE
  • comparisons and benchmarks
    1. for the case of scientific applications, described in the paper published in LSSC
    2. for the case of datastores, described in the paper published in 3PGCIC
    3. for Cloud databases, described in the paper published in ITI
    4. for the case of ultrascale systems, described in the paper published in JSFI
  • test and validate
    1. Cloud porting legacy scientific applications, described in the paper published in ISPDC
    2. general scientific applications, described in the paper published in RO-LCG
    3. engineering applications, described in the paper published in J.Cluster Computing
  • integration with other systems and application domains
    1. gaming, described in the paper published in Studies in Computational Intelligence, ENASE, SISY and SYNASC
    2. multi-agent stock trading systems, described in the papers published in LNCS, KES, SYNASC-1, SYNASC-2, ITI and SISY
    3. distributed constraint problem, described in the paper published in Procedia Computer Science
    4. health care, described in the paper published in CISIS
    5. Internet of Things, described in the paper published in CISIS, AINA, 3PGCIC
    6. business processes, described in the paper published in ISPA
    7. smart homes, described in the paper published in Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
    8. public service advertising, described in the paper published in Cloud Computing Technologies for Connected Government
    9. intrusion detection, described in the paper published in Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing

Other non-technical achievements until date

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