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The primary technological goal of the competence centre is to establish a unified, integrated and open platform for cloud computing, which will provide an opportunity for economy breakthrough in terms of developing innovative services and research-development breakthrough in terms of development of new technologies and skills in one of the most important ICT areas, cloud computing. The unified open platform for cloud computing will provide the infrastructure, expertise and support services for the Slovenian companies, research-development institutions, government, universities and other interested parties, which will offer top-level platform, adjusted specifically to Slovenian environment for developing innovative services and products at all levels of cloud computing: infrastructure, platform and service. In doing this, the open platform will address the key challenges, associated with shifting to the cloud, including the data and services location, legislation accordance, safety, elasticity, flexibility and interoperability.



Mission of TClouds:
  • To develop an advanced cloud infrastructure that can deliver computing and storage that achieves a new level of security, privacy, and resilience yet is cost-efficient, simple, and scalable.
  • To change the perceptions of cloud computing by demonstrating the prototype infrastructure in socially significant application areas: energy and healthcare.

State-of-the-art cloud computing enables seamless access to services and global availability of information, but inherent risks severely limit the application of this technology.

In a cloud environment, pertinent data is accessed via information and communications technology (ICT) using remote hardware instead of being stored only on a local server or computer. The benefits of increased storage at reduced cost allow information to be made readily available.

However, the current cloud computing model comes with perceived risks concerning resilience and privacy. There are three fundamental trends in ICT whose risks mutually reinforce each other:

  • the push towards an Internet of Services - most services are provided on the web as a platform;
  • cost pressures drive a migration of ICT into so-called Infrastructure clouds;
  • growing importance of ICT as the critical “nervous system” for socially relevant “smart” infrastructures – such as healthcare, energy, environmental monitoring, or mobility.

Protecting data and services in the cloud is important to governments,organizations and enterprises across all industries, including healthcare, energy utilities, and banking. Thus, the perceived security and dependability risks of cloud computing are limiting its application.

The TClouds project targets cloud computing security and minimization of the widespread concerns about the security of personal data by putting its focus on privacy protection in cross-border infrastructures and on ensuring resilience against failures and attacks.

URL: http://www.tclouds-project.eu/


microsoftThe goal of ABC4Trust is to address the federation and interchangeability of technologies that support trustworthy yet privacy-preserving Attribute-based Credentials (ABC). So far credentials such as digitally signed pieces of personal information or other information used to authenticate or identify a user where not designed to respect the users privacy. They invariably reveal the identity of the holder even though the application at hand often needs much less information, for instance only confirmation that the holder is a teenager or is eligible for social benefits. In contrast to that, Attribute-based Credentials allow a holder to reveal just the minimal information required by the application, without giving away full identity information. These credentials thus facilitate the implementation of a trustworthy and at the same time privacy-protecting digital society.

URL: http://www.ABC4Trust.de


microsoftThe European business community can now start developing flexible and dynamic infrastructure offerings to support the change in the way business applications are consumed with less Capital Expense (CAPEX) investments in computers and business software and more moderate operational costs by buying business services delivered on-demand from the Cloud.

URL: http://www.reservoir-fp7.eu/


microsoftSLA@SOI is a consortium of leading Industrial, Academic and Research Institutes from around Europe committed to research, engineer and demonstrate technologies that can embed SLA-aware infrastructures into the service economy.

URL: http://sla-at-soi.eu/

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microsoftIn the future cloud computing should provide flexibility, rich services, allowing users to do more with large amounts of data.

URL: http://www.kc-class.eu/about/tclouds


microsoftOptimized Infrastructure Services, aka OPTIMIS, is a three-year, €10.5m research and development project selected under the ‘Software and Service Architectures & Infrastructures’ track of the EU’s FP7 framework program.

OPTIMIS kicked off in June 2010. It is a cloud project that aims at optimizing cloud services, using techniques that take advantage of an OPTIMIS architectural framework and a development toolkit that takes trust, risk, eco-efficiency, cost and legal issues into account.

The consortium includes Atos Origin (Spain), Umea Universitet (Sweden), The 451 Group (UK), Universität Stuttgart (Germany), ICCS (Greece), Barcelona Supercomputing Center (Spain), SAP (Germany), Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (Germany), University of Leeds (UK), Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany), Flexiant (UK), BT Group (UK) and City University London (UK).

URL: http://www.optimis-project.eu/



Contrail will vertically integrate an open-source distributed operating system for autonomous resource management in Infrastructure-as-a-Service environments, and high level services and runtime environments as foundations for Platform-as-a-Service.

The main achievement will be a tightly integrated software stack in open source including a comprehensive set of system, runtime and high level services providing standardized interfaces for supporting cooperation and resource sharing over Cloud federations.

Contrail will address key technological challenges in existing commercial and academic Clouds: the lack of standardized rich and stable interfaces; limited trust from customers; and relatively poor Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees regarding the performance and availability of Cloud resources. Addressing these important issues is fundamental to support large user communities formed of individual citizens and/or organizations relying on Cloud resources for their mission-critical applications.

The main contribution of CONTRAIL is an integrated approach to virtualization, offering Infrastructure-as-a- Service, services for IaaS Cloud Federation, and Platform-as-a-Service. It will aim at equalling current commercial Clouds, and surpassing them in a number of selected key domains to facilitate industrial up-take of Federated Cloud computing.

URL: http://contrail-project.eu