ASCETiC project launch a set of webinar in October to present its Toolbox

Event Date: 
Monday, 10 October, 2016 - 10:30

The end of ASCETiC Project is drawing to a close and to present their results, the ASCETiC Toolbox, they have organised a series of webinar, during October, in order to present a number of possibilities in each layer of a Cloud stack (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS).


What is ASCETiC Project

The ASCETiC project focuses on providing novel methods and tools to support software developers aiming to optimise energy efficiency and minimise the carbon footprint resulting from designing, developing, deploying and running software in Clouds.

The objectives of the project are:

  • To extend existing development models for green software design, supporting sustainability at all stages of software development and execution.
  • To develop and evaluate a framework with identified energy efficiency parameters and metrics for Cloud services.
  • Develop methods for measuring, analyzing and evaluating energy use at software development and execution stages.
  • To integrate energy efficiency into service construction.

Save the date:

  • ASCETiC in a nutshell - 10/10 11CET

    Introduces ASCETiC concept and objectives as well as the Cloud solution architecture addressing SaaS, PaaS and IaaS.

  • IaaS layer - 11/10 11CET

    Presents Infrastructure management tools developed in ASCETiC and provides insights about how to install and use them.

  • PaaS layer - 17/10 11CET

    Provides an overview of Service Deployment and operation tools, including details on installation and use. It build on top of IaaS, so it acts as a pre-requisite.

  • SaaS Programming Model - 20/10 12CET

    Introduces the ASCETiC Programming Model and application runtime environment for energy use enhacement. It builds on top of PaaS, so it acts as a pre-requisite.

  • SaaS Design Tools - 21/10 11CET

    Presents Software Design tools for energy efficiency developed in ASCETiC. It builds on top of PaaS, so it acts as a pre-requisite.

For more information about the project, you can visit the ASCETiC website or download the document attached at the end of the page.




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