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Cloud Brokerage Across Borders for Mobile Users and Applications

Deliverables

Use cases evaluation and recommendations

D6.5 Use cases evaluation and recommendations, ETRI, (R) – (Interim:M12), (Final:M24) These reports will include the outcomes of the evaluation (in terms of consistency, correctness, completeness) for the BASMATI technologies and the benefits they provide in different cases, as well as recommendations to the research activities of the project following the evaluation process. The initial versions will feed back to the architecture specification while the final version will act as a “Best practices and Lessons Learned” report (according to the Methodology described in Section 1.3.4). The final version will update and substitute the first

Multimodal Brokerage and Offloading: Design and Specification

D4.3 Multimodal Brokerage and Offloading: Design and Specification, SNU, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M20) This report will provide the design of the technologies for computation and data brokerage and offloading from mobile devices towards either cloud infrastructures (federated environment) or other devices (i.e. device-to-device). It will also describe the brokerage and offloading decision making process for federated clouds and the results of a comparison analysis of the difference in off-loading for federated clouds and for single clouds. Optimizations mechanisms (T4.3) will also be specified and described in this report. The final version will update and substitute the first

Situational Knowledge Acquisition and Inter-Cloud Service Monitoring

D3.3 Situational Knowledge Acquisition and Inter-Cloud Service Monitoring, ETRI, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M20) This report will describe the structure and the prediction methodologies of the service deployment executed on BASMATI platform with support of service monitoring. The final version will update and substitute the first

Use case scenarios definition and design

D6.1 Use case scenarios definition and design, ETRI, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M18) This document will outline the design of the use cases, including the scenarios, the infrastructures and platforms that will be utilized and the use of BASMATI technologies. The final version will update and substitute the first

Project management plan

D8.1 Project management plan, ICCS/NTUA, (R) – M3 Describes the project management structure, procedures for communication, documentation, deliverables review, payments and cost statements, procedures to control project progress, and risk management. Annexes will include document templates.

Standardisation plan and activities

D7.6 Standardisation plan and activities, ETRI, (R) – (Interim:M12), (Final:M24) This report will detail all engagement with standardisation bodies or similar fora and the corresponding potential contributions (see Section 2.2.3 for a detailed description of the planned standardisation strategy for BASMATI), as ITU-T and JTC1. The final version will update and substitute the first

Communication plan and activities

D7.4 Communication plan and activities, CNR, (R) – (Interim:M12), (Final:M24) This series of deliverables will describe the dissemination and communication strategy and the activities followed during the reporting periods as well as the results from these activities (see Section 2.2.2 for a detailed description of the planned dissemination and communication strategy for BASMATI). An internal plan will be developed in M6 to drive the initial dissemination and communication activities of the project. The final version will update and substitute the first

Dynamic Cloud Federation: Design and Specification

D4.1 Dynamic Cloud Federation: Design and Specification, AMEN, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M20) This report will describe the technologies and algorithms developed in BASMATI for the federation of cloud infrastructures considering also business aspects in the federation decisions. The final version will update and substitute the first

Brokerage Platform Dynamic Structure: Design and Specification

D4.5 Brokerage Platform Dynamic Structure: Design and Specification, ETRI, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M20) This report will specify the brokerage platform architecture / structure (varying deployment patterns) including the connection manager to interact with multi and heterogeneous cloud infrastructure, the core engine for managing diverse services running on the federated cloud, and the user workspace for each user. The final version will update and substitute the first

Use case analysis

D2.2 Use case analysis, KT, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M18) This report will provide functional and non-functional requirements against each use case. Also these requirements will be checked against the technologies developed in the technical WPs in order to realize the BASMATI environment. The final version will update and substitute the first

Periodic management report (including financials)

"D8.3 Periodic management report (including financials), ICCS/NTUA, (R) – (Interim:M12), (Final:M24) Describes the project progress for the corresponding reporting periods overall and by work packages. Follow-up of risks, deviations and recovery actions if required. Report on the use of resources in the period. Internal deliverables will be produced on M6 and M18 in order to ensure a good project consumption of resources (both human and financial) and to ensure that work is according to plan and objectives will be achieved. The final version will update and substitute the first"""

Final report on the distribution of the Community contribution

D8.4 Final report on the distribution of the Community contribution, ICCS/NTUA, (R) – M24 Describes the final outcomes of the project based on the corresponding Management Report on M24 but will be distributed to public.

Market analysis and business potentials

D7.2 Market analysis and business potentials, ATOS, (R) – (Interim:M6), (Final:M20) This document will present the findings from the market analysis task. It will identify important trends and requirements from the market which will need to be reflected in the technical development. It will also look at the exploitable assets of the project and the potential for them to be exploited in joint or individual fashion. An initial version of the report will be delivered in M6 in order to set the market opportunities for BASMATI technologies (that will be reflected in the initial overall architecture) and provide input for the initial exploitation plan (planned for M12). The iteration that is planned for the last year of the project will consider the emerging situation of the market and provide input for the final exploitation plan. This report will also explore the potential implementation routes for the BASMATI results, describing the value chain, deployment options, delivery options, and above all, and potential business models for exploitation. The final version will update and substitute the first

Quality, security and privacy enforcement: Design and specification

"D5.5 Service, security and privacy quality enforcement: Design and specification, ATOS, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M20) This report will deliver the specification of the mechanisms for ensuring quality, security and privacy in the BASMATI environment. The report will also include the integrated monitoring functions. The final version will update and substitute the first"""

Initial publication package

D7.1 Initial publication package, CAS, (R) – M2 This deliverable will focus on the publication of the initial set of materials that will define and promote project’s identity. It will include the creation of a project logo, a project factsheet, an MS PowerPoint presentation providing a general description of BASMATI, project’s official web site and templates for the official documents to be developed within the project.

Analysis and Modelling of Users and Applications: Design and Specification

"""D3.1 Analysis and Modelling of Users and Applications: Design and Specification, ICCS/NTUA, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M20) This report will describe the tools developed to model user mobility behaviour which are developed on the basis of user profile analysis. Also the analysis with the help of machine learning methods or data mining combined with semantics is in the focus of this report. The report will also describe the specifications of the modelling mechanisms that will be developed for the analysis and prediction of the mobile applications to be brokered / offloaded to the federated cloud environment. The final version will update and substitute the first"

Hybrid infrastructure management: Design and specification

"D5.3 Hybrid infrastructure management: Design and specification, ETRI, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M20) This report will provide the specification of the technologies that realize the federation and brokerage decisions (outcomes of the mechanisms of WP3) as well as the mechanisms for service migration, data placement and movement, application deployment, and runtime-adaptable resource management. The final version will update and substitute the first"""

Scalable big data management: Design and specification

"D5.1 Scalable big data management: Design and specification, ICCS/NTUA, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M20) This report will describe the new data models, underlying data stores and query techniques enabling real-time analytics over the varying data sets and data sources. The final version will update and substitute the first"""

BASMATI Server- and Client- side Applications Adaptation and Reconfiguration: Design and Specification

"D3.5 Server- and Client- side Applications Adaptation and Reconfiguration: Design and Specification, CNR, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M20) This report will describe the structure, the deployment schemas and the management methodologies of the applications executed on the BASMATI cloud federation, focusing on their support to adaptation and reconfiguration. It will also describe the definition of the structure of the client-end of target applications and the technologies enabling the required adaptations. The final version will update and substitute the first"""

Global Architecture Design

D2.3 Global Architecture Design, CNR, (R) – (Interim:M8), (Final:M18) This report will describe the architecture of BASMATI infrastructure, presenting it in an organic way along with the description of its components and their API. An internal deliverable will be released in M3 to drive the start of the technical WPs of the project. The final version will update and substitute the first

State of the art and Requirements analysis

D2.1 State of the art and Requirements analysis, SNU, (R) - (Interim:M6), (Final:M12) This report will examine the SotA for the technologies involved in BASMATI, present possible future trends and analyse both the identified use cases and the technical requirements. During the course of the project the technologies and requirements related to BASMATI will continue being investigated in order to ensure that the objectives and innovations of the project are valid, work is performed taking into account the latest SotA and developments fulfill the identified goals and requirements. The final version will update and substitute the first

Training plan and activities

D7.5 Training plan and activities, ICCS/NTUA, (R) – (Interim:M18), (Final:M24) This deliverable will describe the training plan and activities with respect to different groups, and the corresponding training syllabus. The final version will update and substitute the first

TripBuilder Use Case

D6.4 TripBuilder Use Case, CNR, (DEM) – (Interim:M12), (Final:M24) This prototype delivers the implementation of the TripBuilder use case. The final version will update and substitute the first

Multimodal Brokerage and Offloading: Software Prototype

D4.4 Multimodal Brokerage and Offloading: Software Prototype, SNU, (DEM) – (Interim:M10), (Final:M22) This prototype will deliver the developed components that provide brokerage and offloading decisions (including runtime optimizations – T4.3) following the design in D4.5. The final version will update and substitute the first

Hybrid infrastructure management: Software prototype

"D5.4 Hybrid infrastructure management: Software prototype, ETRI, (DEM) – (Interim:M10), (Final:M22) This prototype will deliver the BASMATI solutions for the management of the complete infrastructure and the realization of the federated environment based on the design of D5.3. The final version will update and substitute the first"""

Large Events Use Case

D6.3 Large Events Use Case, CAS, (DEM) – (Interim:M12), (Final:M24) Results of Task 6.2. Prototype and documentation of the large events use case implementation. The final version will update and substitute the first

BASMATI Service Monitoring Framework

"D3.4 BASMATI Service Monitoring Framework, ETRI, (DEM) – (Interim:M10), (Final:M22) This prototype will deliver the service monitoring framework for the service deployment architected in D3.3. The final version will update and substitute the first"""

Brokerage Platform Dynamic Structure: Software Prototype

"D4.6 Brokerage Platform Dynamic Structure: Software Prototype, ETRI, (DEM) – (Interim:M10), (Final:M22) This prototype will provide the implementation of the algorithms developed and the mechanisms specified in D4.5 for the brokerage architecture (i.e. centralized, distributed, hybrid). The final version will update and substitute the first"""

Cross-border Testing Environment and Integration

D2.4 Cross-border Testing Environment and Integration, INNO, (DEM) – (Interim:M12), (Final:M24) This report will describe the methodology and guidelines to perform the integration activities. It will describe the integration process and planned activities, the tools that will be used, the components that will be integrated and the infrastructure that will be used. The report will also describe how the technical outcomes have been integrated in order to provide the corresponding integrated prototypes of BASMATI. The final version will update and substitute the first

Scalable big data management: Software prototype

"D5.2 Scalable big data management: Software prototype, ICCS/NTUA, (DEM) – (Interim:M10), (Final:M22) This prototype will deliver the big data solution of BASMATI and analytics frameworks architected in D5.1. The final version will update and substitute the first"""

Analysis and Modelling of Users and Applications: Software Prototype

D3.2 Analysis and Modelling of Users and Applications: Software Prototype, ICCS/NTUA, (DEM) – (Interim:M10), (Final:M22) This prototype will deliver the mechanisms enabling analysis and modelling of user profiles and mobile applications both prior and during the application execution according to the specifications of D3.1. The final version will update and substitute the first

Quality, security and privacy enforcement: Software prototype

D5.6 Service, security and privacy quality enforcement: Software prototype, ATOS, (DEM) – (Interim:M10), (Final:M22) This prototype will provide the implementation of the mechanisms designed as part of D5.5. The final version will update and substitute the first

BASMATI Server- and Client- side Applications Adaptation and Reconfiguration: Software Prototype

D3.6 Server- and Client- side Applications Adaptation and Reconfiguration: Software Prototype, CNR, (DEM) – (Interim:M10), (Final:M22) This prototypes will provide the mechanisms enabling adaptation and reconfiguration of applications (server and client sides) according to the specification D3.5. The final version will update and substitute the first

Dynamic Cloud Federation: Software Prototype

D4.2 Dynamic Cloud Federation: Software Prototype, AMEN, (DEM) – (Interim:M10), (Final:M22) This prototype will deliver the mechanisms implementing the algorithms for federation decision making as specified in D4.2. The mechanisms will be such that will enable the development of new proposals during runtime in order to optimize federation decisions. The final version will update and substitute the first

Mobile Virtual Desktop Use Case

D6.2 Mobile Virtual Desktop Use Case, ETRI, (DEM) – (Interim:M12), (Final:M24) The prototype will deliver the real virtual desktop service for mobile users. The final version will update and substitute the first

Data management plan

D8.2 Data management plan, ICCS/NTUA, (R) - M6 BASMATI will participate in the Pilot on Open Research Data in Horizon 2020 and will endeavour to offer open access to its scientific results reported in publications, to the relevant scientific data and to data generated during the course of the project. The plan will identify the best practices and specific standards for the generated data and assess their suitability for sharing and reuse in accordance with official guidelines (additional information is provided in Section 2.2.5).

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Publications

Text Classification Using the N-Gram Graph Representation Model Over High Frequency Data Streams

Author(s): John Violos, Konstantinos Tserpes, Iraklis Varlamis, Theodora Varvarigou
Published in: Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Issue 4, 2018, Page(s) 4-41, ISSN 2297-4687
DOI: 10.3389/fams.2018.00041

Evaluating investments in portability and interoperability between software service platforms

Author(s): Netsanet Haile, Jörn Altmann
Published in: Future Generation Computer Systems, Issue 78, 2018, Page(s) 224-241, ISSN 0167-739X
DOI: 10.1016/j.future.2017.04.040

QoS Guarantees for Network Bandwidth in Private Clouds

Author(s): Gaetano F. Anastasi, Massimo Coppola, Patrizio Dazzi, Marco Distefano
Published in: Procedia Computer Science, Issue 97, 2016, Page(s) 4-13, ISSN 1877-0509
DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2016.08.275

A Holistic Approach for High-level Programming of Next-generation Data-intensive Applications Targeting Distributed Heterogeneous Computing Environment

Author(s): Emanuele Carlini, Patrizio Dazzi, Matteo Mordacchini
Published in: Procedia Computer Science, Issue 97, 2016, Page(s) 131-134, ISSN 1877-0509
DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2016.08.290

Effect of homophily on network formation

Author(s): Kibae Kim, Jörn Altmann
Published in: Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, Issue 44, 2017, Page(s) 482-494, ISSN 1007-5704
DOI: 10.1016/j.cnsns.2016.08.011

Enabling Business-Preference-Based Scheduling of Cloud Computing Resources

Author(s): Azamat Uzbekov, Jörn Altmann
Published in: 2016, Page(s) 225-236
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-61920-0_16

User Behavior and Application Modeling in Decentralized Edge Cloud Infrastructures

Author(s): John Violos, Vinicius Monteiro de Lira, Patrizio Dazzi, Jörn Altmann, Baseem Al-Athwari, Antonia Schwichtenberg, Young-Woo Jung, Theodora Varvarigou, Konstantinos Tserpes
Published in: Economics of Grids, Clouds, Systems, and Services. GECON 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2017, Page(s) 193-203
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-68066-8_15

BASMATI: An Architecture for Managing Cloud and Edge Resources for Mobile Users

Author(s): Jörn Altmann, Baseem Al-Athwari, Emanuele Carlini, Massimo Coppola, Patrizio Dazzi, Ana Juan Ferrer, Netsanet Haile, Young-Woo Jung, Jamie Marshall, Enric Pages, Evangelos Psomakelis, Ganis Zulfa Santoso, Konstantinos Tserpes, John Violos
Published in: 2017, Page(s) 56-66
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-68066-8_5

BUDAMAF: Data Management in Cloud Federations

Author(s): Evangelos Psomakelis, Konstantinos Tserpes, Dimosthenis Anagnostopoulos, Theodora Varvarigou
Published in: CLOSER 2018 : 8th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science, 2018

Self-Optimising Decentralised Service Placement in Heterogeneous Cloud Federation

Author(s): Emanuele Carlini, Massimo Coppola, Patrizio Dazzi, Matteo Mordacchini, Andrea Passarella
Published in: 2016 IEEE 10th International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (SASO), 2016, Page(s) 110-119
DOI: 10.1109/saso.2016.17

Load balancing for minimizing the average response time of get operations in distributed key-value stores

Author(s): Antonios Makris, Konstantinos Tserpes, Dimosthenis Anagnostopoulos, Jorn Altmann
Published in: 2017 IEEE 14th International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control (ICNSC), 2017, Page(s) 263-269
DOI: 10.1109/icnsc.2017.8000102

Design of Application Controller for BASMATI platform

Author(s): Song-Woo Sok, Ganis Zulfa Santoso, Young-Woo Jung
Published in: 2017 Spring KIPS Conference, 2017, Page(s) 585-586

Study of Real-time Monitoring System Applicable to Heterogeneous Cloud Service Brokerage

Author(s): Baul Kim, Cheolyong Jo, Donghwi O, Myungjin Kim
Published in: 2017 Spring KIPS Conference, 2017, Page(s) 637-640

Optimal resource placement of Nested Virtualization System by using Performance Degradation Analysis

Author(s): Yunbin Kim, Jaewon Sa, Sunwook Kim, Youngwoo Jung, Sungju Lee
Published in: JCCI 2017: The 27th Joint Conference on Communications and Information, 2017

Efficient Nested Cloud System Configuration using Performance Analysis

Author(s): Yunbin Kim, Jaewon Sa, Sunwook Kim, Youngwoo Jung, Sungju Lee
Published in: The 12th International Conference on Future Information Technology (FutureTech2017), 2017

BASMATI-A Brokerage Architecture on Federated Clouds for Mobile Applications

Author(s): Jörn Altmann, Emanuele Carlini, Massimo Coppola, Patrizio Dazzi, Ana Juan Ferrer, Netsanet Haile, Young-Woo Jung, Dong-Jae Kang, Iain-James Marshall, Konstantinos Tserpes, Theodora Varvarigou
Published in: TEMEP Discussion Papers, Issue 2016132, 2016

Design of Multiple Clouds based Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Architecture for Service Mobility

Author(s): Dongjae Kang, Sunwook Kim, Youngwoo Jung
Published in: UBICOMM 2016, The Tenth International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies, 2016, Page(s) 61-64

Dynamic Resource Selection in Cloud Service Broker




BASMATI: Cloud Brokerage Across Borders for Mobile Users and Applications

Author(s): Emanuele Carlini, Massimo Coppola, Patrizio Dazzi, Konstantinos Tserpes, John Violos, Young-Woo Jung, Ganis Zulfa Santoso, Jorn Altmann, Jamie Marshall, Eric Pages, Myoungjin Kim
Published in: Advances in Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing, 2018, Page(s) 181-186
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-79090-9_16

Enabling Business-Preference-Based Scheduling of Cloud Computing Resources

Author(s): Azamat Uzbekov, Jörn Altmann
Published in: IDEAS, 2016