Deliverables

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D2.2.3 -Analysis of Existing solutions and Requirements for SLAs and aspects in Cloud
 
Deliverable D2.2.3 - Analysis of Existing solutions and Requirements for SLAs and aspects in Cloud comprises five major sections: Requirements on Service Level Agreements (SLAs) in Cloud environments, SLA schemas and term descriptions, SLA negotiation protocols, SLA management and existing implementations.
The section on Requirements on Service Level Agreements in Cloud environments gives a general introduction to SLAs and leads over to specific requirements rega
D2.2.2.1 - OPTIMIS SLA Framework and Term Languages for SLAs in Cloud Environment
 
Deliverable D2.2.2.1 has two major parts, the first one (Section 3 –Section 5) describing the technology used in OPTIMIS to negotiate and create Service Level Agreements (SLAs), the second part describing the term languages to define the TREC parameters (parameters for Trust, Risk, Eco-efficiency and Cost )used in the OPTIMIS SLAs.

 

D7.1.1 – Cloud Ecosystem: Taxonomy and Value Networks
 
It is barely day two in the cloud. Cloud adoption is moving beyond the use of public Infrastructure-as-a-service offerings. The cloud marketplace has plenty of momentous events occurring regularly. The outlook for innovation is high, with new opportunities –roles, partnerships, value activities- emerging everywhere while existing segments and roles merge. 

 

D7.2.1.1 - Cloud Legal Guidelines (Part I - November 2010) & D7.2.1.2 Cloud Legal Guidelines (Part II - November 2011)
 
Our aim is on the one hand to ensure that no legal barriers are going to hinder the way of accomplishing the OPTIMIS project goals. On the other hand this paper gives guidance about legal issues of cloud computing as such.
 
In this Report, we focus on legal requirements relevant to OPTIMIS in order to achieve compliance of the project with European legislation and efface legal uncertainty.
D5.1.3.1- Report on Cloud License Management Requirements and New Approaches (Report on Cloud License Management existing technologies and Requirements)
 
Deliverable D5.1.3.1 reports on requirements for license management in Clouds and new developments in this area and  comprises three major sections:
 
- General requirements for license management in Clouds (section 2)
- Specific requirements for license management in the OPTIMIS environment (section 3)
- New approaches (section 4)

D1.2.1.1 - Architecture Design Document - (Updated Version M12) 

D1.1.1.1 - Requirements Analysis

D1.2.2.1 - Updated Optimis Detailed Design - (updated version M12)