Virtualisation

EUBra-BIGSEA - Europe-Brazil Collaboration of BIG Data Scientific Research through Cloud-Centric Applications

EUBra-BIGSEA is developing a QoS architecture that will predict resource consumption of Big Data Analytics applications in order to pre-allocate and dynamically adjust virtualized infrastructures. EUBra-BIGSEA will leverage mixed horizontal and vertical elasticity on hybrid container and VM infrastructures to support a rich Data Analytic framework powered by OPHIDIA, COMPSs and Spark, which will be enriched with these capabilities.

BigClouT - Big data meeting Cloud and IoT for empowering the citizen clout in smart cities

BigClouT project makes use of today’s three key technologic enablers, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing and big data, for the objective of increasing the efficiency in using urban infrastructure, economic and natural resources shared by the increasing population. BigClouT will offer an analytic mind to the city by creating distributed intelligence that can be implanted throughout the whole city network.

CloudFlow

Computational Cloud Services and Workflows for Agile Engineering.

SecureCloud - Secure Big Data Processing in Untrusted Clouds

SecureCloud project

SecureCloud addresses the confidentiality, integrity and availability of applications executed in the cloud. The main problem that we face is how to ensure the confidentiality of data while being processed. Our approach is based on upcoming hardware extensions of commodity CPUs.

SERECA - Secure Enclaves for REactive Cloud Applications

The SERECA project provides an infrastructure that protects the integrity and confidentiality of applications running in untrusted cloud environments, even against malicious insiders with super-privileges. This relies on a set of facilities/tools useful to transparently leverage the new ISA extension of Intel's CPU, namely Software Guard eXtension (SGX).

openModeller

openModeller provides a flexible, robust, cross-platform environment to carry out ecological niche modeling experiments. It is comprised of a single framework written in C++ allowing multipe interfaces on top of it, such as command line programs, Desktop interface, Web interface and Web Service interface.

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