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The legal aspects of multi-cloud: DECIDEdly not unimportant!

As the DECIDE project is quickly taking shape, the consortium leaves no stone unturned to ensure that the project’s results can be exploited in a fast-paced production environment. One of the aspects that are being duly considered is the legal side of things.

Are we ready for the Multi-Cloud revolution?

The Multi-Cloud concept is part of the maelstrom of terms and technological trends that have arisen around the Cloud Computing in recent years: Cloud Brokerage, Cloud Orchestration, Cloud Bursting, etc.

DECIDE moves forward

We are nearing the end of the first project year, and DECIDE is progressing at a very good pace.

Work is focused on the definition of the general architecture for the different tools that are involved in the project, as well as for the framework that will orchestrate all these tools.

DECIDE participated in NETFUTURES 2017 conference

On June 28th DECIDE participated in the event NetFutures, organized by the European Commission. Netfutures is a networking event where policy makers and technologists meet to discuss and learn about each other's wishes and needs for tomorrow's internet, the economy and society.

DECIDE was present in CLOSER 2017 – International Conference on Cloud Computing and service science

In April 2017, DECIDE was present in the 7th International Conference on Cloud Computing and service science, celebrated in Porto. Two DECIDE scientific papers were accepted and presented trough a poster and technical presentation.

DECIDE-DevOps for trusted, portable and interoperable Multi-Cloud applications towards the digital single market

What if we could change a flat tyre of our car, in the motorway, at 90 km per hour without stopping the car or interrupting our trip? And what if we could select at the same time the best available new tyre? The most appropriate one based on our car’s make and model, the road we are circulating by, the weather or the special offers available in the market?

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