Prototypes

You can find here some videos of the demos we are creating in 4CaaSt:

Taxi Booking Application: showing the application dynamically deployed in the 4CaaSt Platform.

Business Model Simulation: A Method for Simulating Cloud Business Models: A Case Study on Platform as a Service

Advanced Monitoring Analysis: showing predictive analysis based on historical information.

Marketplace: The 4CaaSt electronic marketplace is the place where supply and demand for services meet. This video demonstrates how a service provider can easily offer, specify and publish a service using 4CaaSt

Multi-tenancy in JOnAS: This video demonstrates the multi-tenancy support that has been developed in the JOnAS Java EE application server within 4CaaSt; the provided features are illustrated through a simple e-commerce application example.

PgCloud: showing the usage of Chef to install PgCloud replicas and to scale manually and transparently when executing a use case based on TPC-W

Multi-tenancy in Bonita: This video demonstrates Multitenancy in Bonita using a very simple scenario: i) connect to Bonita Web page and create tenants (providing names and credentials for 1st user) ii) connect on each tenant and show that modifications done on a tenant are not visible on the other (data isolation).

Blueprint toolset : This page introduces the toolset for designing and configuring cloud applications using blueprints. The blueprint toolset supports a number of tools for describing a cloud service (i.e. software, platform, or infrastructure service) in a blueprint, storing and managing all the blueprints in a repository, as well as combining blueprints into a deployable cloud application configuration.

OpenNebula Clusters: this OpenNebula functionality allows to group physical hosts with associated datastores and virtual networks.

Platform Adoption Simulation: A Model for Simulating the Adoption of Platform-Based Business Models: A Case Study on Platform as a Service

CumuloNimbo is a new Platform as a Service that provides high scalability (100+ service nodes) without sacrificing data consistency and ease of programming.
The PaaS is a multi-tier software stack for cloud computing providing the same functionality to current, software multi-tier stacks, such as Java EE, SAP Netweaver or .NET. Providing scalability without trading off consistency is a major breakthrough that will enables European stakeholders in service platforms, such as SAP, to position in the cloud computing market with a competitive advantage.
It also provides a highly scalable relational database without sharding (data partitioning) and a transactional key-value datastore that was integrated in the 4CaaSt project.