Following up on Canary Sandbox Environment (CSE) blog p
First integrated PoC of the tool chain and initial business models to support sustainability.
In this month of June we are concluding the second couching programme by the European Commission initiative Horizon Results Booster in collaboration with the META Group. It concluded 6 sessions to define and analyse three Key Exploitable Results across two consecutive coaching seminars.
Interoperable Europe, within the NIFO Observatory on National Interoperability Frameworks, has published a report on Member States' plans and the measures they have taken to mitigate the effects of the health and economic c
In this post, a rectification is made on the use of Theia + EMF.cloud and we return to the point where eclipse IDE + EMF is used for the development of the PIACERE IDE. This is due to the lack of documentation and the constant problems that we have encountered when using Theia and EMF.cloud.
We are developing the DOML (DevOps Modeling Language) to support end users in modeling an application and its required infrastructure and in generating ready to use Infrastructure as Code from it.
The Infrastructure Code Generator (ICG) is the PIACERE component that allows generating executable infrastructural code (IaC) from models written in DevSecOps Modelling Language (DOML).
DevOps methodologies came into play as a manner to narrow the gap between the development and operation teams, and produce faster, higher quality products.
The implementation of the European interoperability framework (EIF) is guided by the following vision: Provide businesses and citizens with key interoperable, user-centered digital public services that support the free
As part of the project PIACERE, a new IDE will be delivered. The tool to be developed is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and therefore it must support up-to-date functionalities for programmers.
Currently, the PIACERE research team has submitted a paper to the 1st International Workshop on the Foundations of Infrastructure Specification and Testing (FIST) 2022.
During 2021, 4 General Virtual Assemblies and the first integration workshop were held. Due to COVID-19, the meeting was held online using Teams.
The Infrastructure Code Generator (ICG ) is the PIACERE component that allows generating executable infrastructural code (IaC) from models written in DevSecOps Modelling Language ( DOML).
PIACERE project was presented on the Conf42 DevSecOps 2021 by our partner Radoslaw from 7Bulls.
You can find more info of the conference here: https://www.conf42.com/devsecops2021?gclid=Cj0KCQjwyMiTBhDKARIsAAJ-9VsWdkDuStnTMgBSYtqDWbFK3xJbXrWrzduIgutRl3qUwaydZMlh2LYaAvGwEALw_wcB
The value proposition of PIACERE includes the provision of an extensible modelling engine.
The architectural complexity of an IT infrastructure is comparable to that of a building. Up-to-date and detailed building plans are indispensable.
Optimization is one of the most studied areas in the wide field of artificial intelligence. Hundreds of studies are published year after year focused on solving many diverse problems of this kind.
Overall digitalisation of our business and everyday living environment, sharp increases in big data, the so-called “the Internet of Things” where a growing number of devices that surround us communicate among themselv
The xOpera project (GitHub) provides a set of tools for orchestration and automation of the cloud applications. The xOpera includes opera – a general-purpose OASIS TOSCA orchestrator - with a set of plugins and add-ons.
Ericsson Telecomunicazioni R&D Department within the PIACERE project is developing a public safety application able to monitor a network of IoT devices in order to protect them against cyber/physica
Blog entry by Alfonso de la Fuente Ruiz, Ismael Torres and Christophe Joubert
Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) is an approach to automation of provisioning, configuration and deployment of infrastructure resources that is based on machine-readable files.
During the last week of March, the consortium has gathered together in the second General Assembly. The goals of this meeting were:
On 25th March 2021, Juncal Alonso, from TECNALIA presented the position paper titled: “Programming Trustworthy Infrastructure As Code in a Secure Framework”.