EFFICIENT CLOUDS

Adapting Service lifeCycle towards EfficienT Clouds (ASCETiC) is focused 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.

Development of models for green and efficient software design, supporting sustainability and high quality of service levels at all stages of software development and execution

Development and evaluation of a framework with identified energy efficiency parameters and metrics for Cloud services

Development of methods for measuring, analysing, and evaluating energy use in software development and execution, complementing quality measures

Energy and quality efficiency integration into service construction, deployment, and operation leading to an Energy Efficiency Embedded Service Lifecycle

Latest News & Events

Software Services and Cloud Concertation Meeting

The registration for the next Software Services and Cloud Computing Concertation Meeting is now open.

Position papers about the next relevant topics are expected:
- Relevant topics
- Major results.
- Exploitation strategies.
- Startups and/or spin-offs.

ASCETiC at European Open Cloud Collaboration Workshop 2014

The European Open Cloud Collaboration Workshop takes place the 15th of May in Brussels.

ASCETiC is presented at the Architecture track focused on Service Management, Data Management and APIs and standards.

Come to learn more about our project!

European Open Cloud Collaboration Workshop 2014
The Collaboration Workshop for European Open Cloud projects takes places in Brussels the 15th of May. This hands-on workshop is a good oportunity to deliver tangible synergies with other Open Cloud projects. The workshop is splitted in two tracks:
First documents available for download

First project documents available for download!

State of the Art, Business and Technical requirements, Market Analysis and Y1 Architecture.

See more at our Downloads section.

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